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Altec Lansing has long been known for their computer and iPod speaker systems.  For years I’ve had various sets of their speakers as part of my computing rigs at home.  I even have a set of Altec Lansing ACS340 (with subwoofer) speakers in use in my daughter’s bedroom.  They sound great after 15 years of regular use.

Having always enjoyed their products, I was eager to check out the Altec Lansing inMotion Air Bluetooth Speaker System, and I must say, I wasn’t disappointed.  The quality of this very small, yet robust speaker really shocked me.  For a few years, I’ve either had small, battery-powered portable speakers powering my iOS devices, when not in the car, or various sets of ‘computer’ speakers.  Since trying the inMotion Air system, I’ve not looked back.

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Dave Curlee has spent the last 20 years producing video both online and off. Currently he is producing Cooking With Kat, a web cooking show he co-created with his wife Kat Curlee and is also producing GeekBeat.TV with Cali Lewis, seen on the Revision 3 network. DaveCurlee Media, his production company, also produces video and other digital media for Livid Lobster, Inc. and several other companies around the DFW area.