Bowers & Wilkins has decided to miniaturize things in their latest effort – the Zeppelin Mini iPod speaker system. This is a much smaller version of its award winning bigger brother, where audio quality is not compromised with key technology such as Nautilus, Flowport and Digital EQ are included as well. The main difference between the two siblings? The Zeppelin Mini comes with an updated docking arm, letting one bypass the analogue output stage of any iPod so that one can enjoy the best digital audio quality possible from iPods. Expect the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Mini to hit the UK from October onwards for £299.
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