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Geneva Lab Sound System XS: Retro Clamshell Alarm Clock Speaker

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Geneva Lab has just revealed their new Sound System XS, a portable/travel-sized speaker that looks like a retro clamshell alarm clock. This little guy is Bluetooth-compatible, so you’ll be able to send your tunes to it wirelessly.

geneva lab sound systems xs clamshell retro speaker bluetooth portable

The XS is also an FM radio and an alarm clock. The 2.1 speaker system has two 1″ tweeters and a 2¼” woofer, which is pretty good for a device of its size. The battery is rechargeable, and you’ll get 5 hours of play time.

geneva lab sound systems xs clamshell retro speaker bluetooth portable

If your media player doesn’t support Bluetooth or you just don’t want to waste battery, the XS also has a 3.5mm audio jack.

geneva lab sound systems xs clamshell retro speaker bluetooth portable

It weighs 1.1 pounds and measures 6.2″×4″×4.5″. The best part is the discrete LED display that shines through the speaker grille, along with the touch sensitive controls.

geneva lab sound systems xs clamshell retro speaker bluetooth portable

It will sell for $250 and is available for pre-order directly from Geneva Lab in black, white or red.

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