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Rocketfish iPad Sound Prism Speaker Hides Away in Your Smart Cover

by Range
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If you’ve got an iPad 2 or 3rd Gen iPad, You’ve probably used a Smart Cover and noticed that there is a bit of wasted space when the Smart Cover is all folded up as a triangle to act as a support for your iPad. Some clever designers decided that they could put that wasted space to good use, and created a speaker that could fit into that void.

rocketfish ipad sound prism speaker bluetooth

The Rocketfish Sound Prism was designed by CRE8 Design Studio, and it’s a portable unit made to work with iPads, though since it uses Bluetooth it will work with smartphones and other tablets as well. The speaker attaches itself magnetically and it can hide away inside an Apple Smart Cover when folded up. Sound comes out of both ends, so its not obscured by the iPad or its cover. That’s a pretty smart design in my book.

rocketfish ipad sound prism speaker bluetooth

The MSRP for this speaker is $79.99 (USD) but Best Buy supposedly has it on sale for $49.99 (though the link is currently broken.)

[via Yanko Design]

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