By Lisa Johnston
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DLO has introduced the TransDock Micro, an FM transmitter for iPhones. Featuring the company's IntelliTune technology, the device reportedly enables users to find an open FM frequency with a single click. No installation is required, according to the company, and it features four programmable FM presets.
The TransDock Micro also comes with a special shielding for the iPhone that's meant to eliminate mobile phone interference. It also charges the iPhone while in use. It is scheduled to be available this month for a $69.99 suggested retail.
DLO, a trademark of the Philips Group, also introduced a case for the recently announced iPod Shuffle. The Action Jacket sport case enables the music player to be secured in a padded, neoprene pocket or clipped to the case's front panel, said the company.
It also features a “one-size-fits-all” armband. Available in April, it will carry a $19.99 suggested retail.
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