The company’s most exciting product is the new iDL100 Triple Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio (pictured above), which comes equipped with two lightning docks and USB charge/play capabilities for the iPhone 5, the iPad mini and fourth generation iPad and the iPod touch.
iHome’s iDL100 will retail for $150, but there’s also a two-port version, the iDL45, which will sell for just $100.
The company also has quite a few Bluetooth-enabled products that it will be introducing, including the next iteration of its popular retro boom box, the iBT44.
Retro Boom Box
iBT44 will feature wireless connectivity to allow users to stream audio directly from Bluetooth enabled devices. It functions on six D batteries or a universal voltage adapter, and allows for USB charging. It comes in new colors and features a magnetized remote control along with two woofers and 1″ tweeters. It will retail for $200. There are also two other smaller speaker systems, the iBT20 Bluetooth Wireless FM Alarm Clock Radio and the iBT88 Bluetooth Rechargeable Mini Stereo Speaker System.
iBT88 Speaker System
iBT20 Alarm Clock
Finally, iHome will also be showing off a number of new headphones, including the iB85 Bluetooth Wireless Foldable Headphones. These headphones offer wireless connectivity via Bluetooth, and come with dynamic, enhanced bass response. There’s a built-in mic, on-ear remote, and padded ear cushions. The headphones are foldable for maximum portability and will retail for $100.
The products will debut at CES 2013, which takes place on January 8 to January 11.