San Diego - Grace Digital unveiled its first docking speaker system for Amazon's 7-inch Kindle Fire tablet, joining only two other companies that have announced such products.
Grace's FireDock for Kindle Fire will be available in July at $129 at GraceDigital.com and online and retail outlets, the company said. The docking speaker charges a docked Fire via the Fire's uniquely designed USB port and captures Fire audio from the Fire's 3.5mm headphone output, a spokesman said. A rotating cradle is sized specifically for 7-inch tablet to provide horizontal and vertical viewing angles. The docking speaker can be powered by AC power or by an optional lithium-ion battery pack.
Other features include full-range ported stereo speakers and Class D amplification.
The device is Grace's first docking speaker, joining the company's tabletop Internet radios with 3.5mm aux inputs.
its first docking speaker for the Kindle Fire and Kindle e-readers. The $69-suggested iMM375, announced for May availability, features robotic arms that adjust for the width of the Kindle Fire or Kindle Touch e-reader. It charges the Kindle devices and routes audio from the Kindles' 3.5mm headphone output.
A company called
has also announced a Kindle Fire speaker at $59.99.