Pros Its all about bluetooth and versitiity
Cons none so far
Summary I have to give the sales person at RadioShack a real 'shout out' for introducing me to this amazing device. I happened into a store and saw this rather odd looking device - after a brief explaination of it, with an emphasis on its bluetooth capabilities, I was blasting my music collection (from my phone) throughout the store. I had full capabilities to switch music, fasforward, EVERYTHING...Then as 'icing on the cake' I connected to Pandora and was again blasting my music! This device is amazing!! I got a group of firends toegterh and we spent the night playing our muic favorites on the IMotion by just pairing our phones!
Another feature which has to be commented on is the USB connector provided to hook your desk top to the Inmotion - these guys thought nof it all!!!i
If you love music and love sharing it, run out and buy an InMotion!!
Pros Easy to pair, sounds great, much less expensive than other comparable bluetooth speakers.
Cons LED's on top of unit aren't very helpful...bluetooth connection should glow blue, Can't really tell if you're connected without checking connected device.
Summary Had this for a year now, fantastic speaker. Bought for my wife who thought she'd never use it, but we use it several times a week! we take it on the boat, to the beach, on our patio. Sound, to me, is better than the Bose unit costing 2x.
Pros VERY good sound; easy to set up & operate; rechargeable battery; stylish design; remote is intuitive & stows in back; best bass & treble clarity in its class, BY FAR; solid & well-built; streams from ANY device, not only Apple; built-in ca
Cons can't think of any, except "clicking" sound when you use your iPhone to change functions or to take a call.
Summary I've owned (or currently own) Logitech, Creative ZiiSound DX3, two Bose SoundDock units, Sony, Philips and iHome models. But my favorite until now is my Altec Lansing model 725. It is half the price of many others AND has rechargeable battery, streaming from iPhone or computer via Bluetooth OR included dongle, nice little easy-to-use remote that stows in back, and looks quite modern.
It sounds great when streaming iTunes or internet radio or anything.
BUT ... I just received my newest one, a Harmon Kardon Go+Play 2, and although it's more than twice the price of this 725, you cannot beat the sound of the Go+Play 2. Not really even close to any of the others.
But it has NO bluetooth, battery pack, and has a REALLY lame remote.
So if best quality sound is what you're after and can somehow learn to live with its many limitations (including a rather steep price for a unit without streaming or battery pack), then look at the H-K. (I just hope you won't have to use the chinzy remote very often, and don't intend to use it much as a portable.)
Otherwise get the Altec Lansing 725.
Pros Contrary to the editorial review, it has GREAT sound, esp for it's size
Compatibility with whatever
Bluetooth + Wireless
Remote - esp when using it for PC
Cons Pricey - I think $120 is about right.
Doesn't charge (but that's kind of the point by not having a cradle).
Summary I bought this for my girlfriend for Christmas because she has a Droid and isn't sure if she'll change to an iPhone or not. Well, this device lets you stream ANYTHING that has bluetooth or USB wireless (i.e., a computer).
Having a party? Simply unplug and set on the picnic table or porch. The thing is a piece of cake. If your streaming from your phone, it might be worth looking into a cradle/charger.
One of the great things about Altec is they seem to always turn out great sounding products. This one is no different. For it's size, it really puts out a lot of sound, including bass. The editor's review is simply wrong on this one.