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Motz Tiny Wooden Power Speaker Makes it OK to Stroke Your Wood

by Shane McGlaun
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You can get in a lot of trouble for fondling some types of wood in public. You can handle the Motz Tiny Wooden Power Speaker in public all you want though and no one will mind, unless you are playing some crap tunes like Yanni or something.

This thing is a little powered speaker that is made with an apricot wood case and it looks really nice. It has a USB port and a memory card reader for the direct playback of digital tracks. It also has a built-in FM tuner as well. The speaker has an internal rechargeable battery, but whoever wrote the product description apparently doesn’t speak English as their first language because it makes little sense in some places.

The product description says “Built-in rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery. You can always use port charges.” I assume that means that the internal battery will charge your iPhone or iPod if you plug into the USB port – or maybe it’s just a pass-through USB port. You can order the Motz wooden speaker now for $59.99 (USD).

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