iHome iDM11

The good: The iHome iDM11 is an attractively designed, affordably priced, compact Bluetooth speaker that sounds decent enough and plays reasonably loud. It also has a built-in rechargeable battery, speakerphone capabilities, and an audio input cable for non-Bluetooth devices.
The bad: It's a little short on bass and detail; a protective carrying case isn't included; and a proprietary combo cable is needed for wired audio playback.
The bottom line: The iHome iDM11 doesn't sound quite as good as the Jawbone Jambox, but it's a better value at less than $70.
After the success of the Jawbone Jambox, portable Bluetooth speakers are proliferating and iHome has two affordably priced compact models out for 2012, the iDM11 (reviewed here) and the iDM8.
The iDM11 has a boxy design (it looks a little like a miniature version of the Boxee Box) with a corner shaved off so the speaker sits at an angle. It's pretty stylish (I liked the blue light at the base) and feels well-built. This is arguably one of the better-designed products from iHome I've encountered in recent years.

The iHome iDM11 borrows the 'melting cube' look of

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