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Speech Bubble Speakers for the Very Literal

by Alisha K.
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If life was like a comic, we would always have really cool t-shirts and witty punchlines (or we would be unchanging dinosaurs) and our conversations would fit into neat little speech bubbles. Real life is messier, but thanks to the forthcoming Speak-er, soon you’ll be able to make the aural aspect of your life a little neater… and a little more like comic life.

speak-er speaker speech bubble design

Irreverent design rarely comes cheaply, however; a pair of Speak-ers, the speech bubble speaker by the., goes for $120. They’re not very large, either, as you can see from the picture below, but for some, that may be a plus. There often tends to be limited room around a computer for large speakers.

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The Speak-ers have not yet been released, but can be reserved via e-mail. If there’s a firm release date, though, it’s not listed on the the. website just yet. Right now, they’re only promising release sometime this year.

[The Speak-er via The Awesomer]

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