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Apple iPod accessory maker Logic3 launched a number of new devices yesterday at the Digital Winter event in central London.

Logic3 Valve80 amp and speakers

Logic3 Valve80 amp and speakers

First is the Valve80 peaker set built around a vacuum tube amplifier and with piano black Kevlar speakers. Delivering 80W RMS of impressive sound - as Register Hardware witnessed first hand - it has two auxiliary inputs for connection to a TV, CD player or mixing decks. Plus an iPod dock and charger with remote control.

Priced at £300, it will be available from early November.

Logic3 i-Station Rotate

Logic3 i-Station Rotate

Next up is the i-Station Rotate portable speaker system. Logic3 claims this is the first iPhone-compatible speaker to feature a built-in rotating dock mechanism allowing the videos to be watched without any unnecessary straining of the neck.

It also features a 3.5mm stereo line-in socket and 10W output. Powered by four AA batteries, it measures 315 x 55 x 120mm and is priced at £79. Available from December. Both products are compatible with existing iPods.

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