With the inMotion Max Altec Lansing has delivered a portable speaker dock that works just as well in the home as in the back garden or the park.
Design,features and sound
In my opinion the inMotion Max actually looks quite decent compared to many of the other speaker docks in its price range and class. Shaped like a tablet, the mesh front displays the speakers behind it, and the central dock at the bottom does look like it should be just where it is.
Plug it in or carry it with you, as it operates just as well on battery as when it is connected to a power outlet. The battery life is roughly 3.5 hours depending on hard you play your music. For a long day in the park at summer we could have wished the battery life was a bit longer to be honest.
Behind the mesh you find twin full-spectrum speakers that provides a decent acoustic sound as well as a surprising bass considering that there is no subwoofer associated with the speaker dock.
A big plus to the inMotion Max for being iPhone friendly as there is no need to put your iPhone in flight mode before docking, and music fades out nicely when i call is coming in.
The Altec Lansing inMotion Max is available in the UK from amongst other the following retailers:
The big plus for the Altec Lansing inMotion Max is the fact that it is iPhone friendly and portable/lightweight. The sound is also fairly good for a system at this price, although you can find better ones (they might not be portable though).