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Sony updates iPod docks with Bluetooth playback

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Sony has unveiled two new iPod docks, one with wireless Bluetooth capabilities and the other with a USB port for MP3 playback.

The CMT-V75BTiP and the CMT-V50iP both sport docks compatible with the iPod, iPhone and iPad, as well as a subtly hidden CD player for those still attached to their physical music collection.

Sony CMT-V7BTiP and CMT-V50iP

The CMT-V75BTiP packs the Bluetooth connectivity, streaming music from the iOS platform wirelessly. It also comes with DAB/DAB+ support for digital radio fans.

The CMT-V50iP turns up with a USB port, so users can plug in their sticks and access MP3s.

Sony CMT-V50iP

Both feature Sony's first flirtations with Magnetic Fluid technology, with damperless speakers for improved clarity.

The pair of docks hit Blighty this June. Prices have yet to be set. ®

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