The dock is Made for iPod and iPhone and sports a line input as well as an FM radio.
There are now four individually powered drivers housed within the cabinet plus a new iPod-style, backlit, touch sensitive control system on the unit.
Also given a new look, the remote control is now bigger and hopefully clearer.
Elsewhere there's an integrated alarm and room for six presets to be stored for the FM radio.
A high quality finish tends to come as standard with Geneva docks so hopefully the Model M will be no different, and it's available in white, black or red.
Also being pushed by GenevaSound dealers is the Audio Pro RX100 wifi system.
A universal system, the wireless dongle and receiver require power and an audio connection in order to create their own network and send wireless music.
So for the £150 cost you could add wireless functionality to this, or any other system with an audio input. You can also add more than RX100 to create a mulitroom solution.
We'll be taking a look at both products in our August issue.