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Aq Amigo Laptop Speaker: the Macbook Air of Speakers

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The AQ Amigo is made of plastic, but it’s so thin it seems more fragile than a pair of ceramic speakers. At 0.98 inches thick, it’s just a bit fatter than a typical laptop screen.

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The speaker is equipped with two 1.2-watt 19 mm “Exciter” drivers. AQORD Ltd. says that “the Exciter itself turns electrical audio signal into vibrations through the use of magnetism. Unlike a traditional speaker, which has a speaker cone, it can be fixed to any solid surface to make the surface vibrate, in turn producing the sound.”

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Even with its promises of “lush, deep bass” we can’t expect a speaker this small to be mind-blowingly good, but you have to admit that it’s other features – small size, built-in clip, USB-powered – makes it worth considering if you’re looking for a portable speaker.

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You can order the AQ Amigo at aqudos for £20 (appx. $32 USD).

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