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Luna by XtremeMac, radio alarm clock for iPod

The system is operated by means of four buttons located on the top or by means of its remote control. It allows defining two different alarms as well as choosing whether to use the iPod, the radio or a sound such as those emitted by conventional alarm clocks for these alarms. It also allows the sound of the alarm to gradually increase. In addition to the typical characteristics of any alarm clock, it allows you to tune in to FM radio and have four predetermined radio stations, It has auxiliary sound input, 3.5 mm minijack, so you can connect old models of iPod, iPod shuffle and any other MP3 player.

Its price is $ 149.95 and it is expected to be available from December 18. The manufacturer allows users interested in the device to reserve it through its official website, where they have also put a video where the characteristics of this model can be observed.