Sony, iPod make beautiful music together

Sony unveiled a pair of iPod devices Thursday: the ICF-C1iP and the ZS-S2iP, a clock radio and boom box, respectively. You know the drill: the iPod docks in front of the unit, where it both supplies music and gets charged. Both include remote controls. Both devices support most iPod models and come in black or white, so you're pretty much covered no matter what you've got.

The clock radio can be set to wake you up with a buzzer, the radio, or the iPod; the boom box includes a digital AM/FM tuner and an integrated CD/CD-R/CD-RW player. The iPod tray retracts if you don't want to get sand in the connector at the beach. Both units will sell for a mere US$100 when they go on sale in August.

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