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Logic3 i-Station Podium iPad speaker

Logic3 has announced six new audio and video accessories for use with an Apple iPod, iPad or iPhone. The £69.99 Logic3 i-Station Podium's launch is perfectly timed to take advantage of the growing number of sketching programs available for the iPad. 

With viewing and sketching apps all the rage on the iPad, Logic3 has come up with a smart-looking speaker that resembles an easel and can be angled for more comfortable viewing or touch-based input. Your iPad can be docked horizontally or vertically depending on whether you’re watching a video or reader an e-book. The Podium’s two speakers each produce 3 Watts of audio from the Class D mains-powered amplifier. There’s also a 3.5mm stereo line in. Logic3 includes an iPhone app that provides an internet radio tuner, alarm, weather information and the option to use the Podium for photo slideshows.

The Logic3 Podium costs £69.99 from outlets including HMV, Argos and Amazon.

Other new products in the Logic3 audio line-up include the £59.99 Base Station powered speaker and the£99  i-Station Combo iPod/iPhone dock and CD player with satellite speakers and FM radio tuner.

The Logic3 i-Station Podium can be used vertically for reading e-books or in portrait mode for viewing movies and TV programmes.


The Logic3 Base Station is a mains-powered speaker for use with an Apple iPad, iPod or iPhone. A separate cable allows the iPad to be charged while docked in either orientation

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