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I.dear Wooden Zoo Stand is Also a (Tiny) Whale of a Speaker

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How’d you like to do some whale watching? Well, you don’t even have to leave your desk to see this sea-faring mammal, who doubles as a speaker and stand for your iPhone or iPod Touch.

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This little dude is pretty cute looking even when he’s not holding onto your music player. The diminutive wooden whale can sink his teeth into your media player in either landscape or portrait modes, and has a small built-in speaker. While it looks like his mouth is just the right size for the iPhone or iPod Touch, it should work with other phones and media players that are less than 12mm thick, and thanks to a 3.5mm audio jack instead of an iPod dock connector. Power is provided by a built-in USB rechargeable battery.

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So what’s not to like about this whale of a speaker stand? Well, from what I can tell, he’s only swimming around in the waters around Korea at the moment. And there, you can find him at the Early Adopter Shop [KR] for 34800 Korean Won (~$32 USD).



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