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LEXON Prism Series Clocks and Speakers: Resistance is Futile

by Range
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Despite their simplicity, cubes are still one of the coolest shapes for gadgets – especially when they look like they’re melting into your desk. These cubic speakers and clocks remind me of the awe-inspiring Borg Cube from Star Trek: The Next Generation – only much smaller. Whatever these cubes remind you of, they are certainly stylish and distinctive.

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Joe Doucet, who’s known for his work with geometric shapes, recently collaborated with the French manufacturer LEXON to create these cube-shaped clocks and speakers.

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They come in a few different models, and the speakers are rechargeable. The clock comes as a clock radio or a simple LCD clock. They’re available in either aluminum to match your Mac, white or black. All of them featured touch-based controls.

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You’ll have to contact LEXON to find out how much they cost and when they’ll be available.

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