The first set of iPod speakers I ever bought was Altec Lansing’s inMotion iM3, a paperback-sized unit that could nonetheless produce a very respectable sound. My iM3 has been around the world a couple of times since then and it’s getting a bit frayed around the edges now. However, I’ve never found a better set of travel speakers …
Travel speakers are a bit like thumbscrews: nothing wrong with possessing them, but I can't think of a situation when it would be socially acceptable to use them. Train? Hotel? Unless you're in your own house or car, get yourself some headphones and spare the rest of mankind from your musical tastes!
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