Altec Lansing debuts new range of portable, not-so-portable audio products

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Altec Lansing debuts new range of portable, not-so-portable audio products
Altec Lansing has been keeping itself fairly busy since introducing its brand new look a little over a year ago, and it's now back at CES with a new batch of audio products to keep things rolling. Leading things off is the inMotion Compact (iMT320) iPod speaker system, which is a slightly smaller, slightly cheaper followup to the company's inMotion Classic speaker system, and includes some nifty features like a folding leather-like cover that also doubles as a speaker stand -- look for it to be available in February for $80. That's complemented by the Octane Plus 2.1 Speaker System (pictured after the break), which will also run $80, and three new headphones in the company's MUZX DNA line that'll cost just $20 apiece but still promise "a full ranged, balanced sound."

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