We've seen our fair share of iPod speakers around here, and all too often they resemble boom boxes or clock radios (or sometimes both). Now, thanks to the combined efforts of EOps and industrial designer Michael Young, we finally have something that appears equally suited to the home, office and Korova Milk Bar. The i24R3 consists of an iPod dock / 40W subwoofer and two (upgradable to eight) 3-inch 20W satellite speakers, all in a fetching pure gloss white and aluminum casing. The whole shebang can be controlled with the included RF remote, from your iPod / iPhone or from any PC or Mac sporting iTunes and the included Wireless USB dongle. The base accepts a bevy of inputs and outputs, including RCA audio, video and composite video out -- and if that weren't enough, each speaker can be controlled separately using the included motion sensors, allowing hands-off volume and equalizer control. Something like that must be seen to be appreciated, so make sure you check out the video after the break. No price yet, but these guys should be hitting the street in early 2009.

[Via Engadget Spanish]