Ion may not be well known, but the company provides a great lineup of audio products and more. It was recently at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in early January to unveil even more goodies.
Ion started off with a turntable-tape deck combo that has a USB port to let users record their old archives of music to MP3. The device is available now and only cost $99, which is fairly reasonable given the functionality. The company also unveiled a scanner that generates its own WiFi network. It works with all major platforms, both mobile and desktop. That device retails for $149 and will be available this spring.
Interview by Nick DiMeo of F5 Live