Not that we're experiencing any certain drought out there for PSP and iPod accessories, but JBL's announcing their latest speaker system devices for the bespoke gadget icons. The PSP, which typically seems to get the emphasis on portable speaker systems, snags an On Stage variant of its own: the 6 watt On Tour Plus goes for $129.95 and is available now; the 60 watt Radial, successor to the On Time, will have and remote for use with that iPod, and should set you back $299.95 in June when suddenly all your friends will undoubtedly begin commenting on how your speaker-dock looks like a lopsided Michelin, or, depending on the crowd with which you hang, an As Four purse.
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