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At-at Walker Boom Box Destroys Echo Base With Sound Waves

At-at Walker Boom Box Destroys Echo Base With Sound Waves
Not that the Empire needed any help winning the Battle of Hoth, but it would have been much cooler if they had attacked the Rebels with AT-AT walkers with giant speakers built into them. Boom Boom.

Soundshelf Design Concept: Not for Libraries

Soundshelf Design Concept: Not for Libraries
Polish designers Witek Stefaniak and Anielka Zdanowicz observed that conventional speakers rarely fit in with our living spaces because of their appearance, so they end up being “put away in the corner of the room or hidden in the wall”.
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LG Arena Km900 Multimedia Phone Specs, Details and Product Video Released

LG Arena Km900 Multimedia Phone Specs, Details and Product Video Released
The new LG ARENA touchscreen mobile phone is definitely one to watch for when it’s released later this Spring. The ARENA (also known as the LG-KM900) was launched today at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

Relive the Big and Chunky Days of Gadgets With Fauxsure Shirts

Relive the Big and Chunky Days of Gadgets With Fauxsure Shirts
Remember when controllers had corners and not curves? When speakers were bigger than a house? When storage was limited but personal? and rectangular? Remember when synths… Nevermind. Synthesizers still look the same. Oh wait. Remember when synths had no USB connection?

Bamboo Speakers Perfect for Pandas With Ipods

Bamboo Speakers Perfect for Pandas With Ipods
It not often these days that you see inexpensive portable speakers made out of anything but plastic. But these well-priced compact speakers are actually made of durable bamboo, a highly unusual material for speaker enclosures. According to the folks over at SourcingMap, the bamboo provides a more extensive sound range than other small speakers, but I’m not so sure given the less-than-stellar 300-10,000Hz frequency response range quoted on their site.

Stop Singing in the Shower With the Waterproof Mp3 Player

Stop Singing in the Shower With the Waterproof Mp3 Player
The rivalry between water and consumer electronics is one of the most legendary rivalries known to man. It’s right up there with Itchy & Scratchy, WOW & Life, Me & College. Recognizing the tragic state of affairs between two of man’s most beloved things, gadget manufacturer/ peacekeeper of non-living things Tokyoflash stepped in and gave us two gigantic candles that poop gray sludge.

Yuen’to Music Ball: Expensive Speaker in a Small, Nearly Useless Package

Yuen’to Music Ball: Expensive Speaker in a Small, Nearly Useless Package
How much would you pay for a 0.7 watt portable speaker that’s more cute than functional? $76.16!?! How the hell did you know that the Yuen’to Music Ball cost that much? Get outta here! I mean, you probably already know that it has a 3.5 mm stereo jack, so it’ll fit with most portable players.

Focal Aquatune Lets Your iPod Go for a Swim

Focal Aquatune Lets Your iPod Go for a Swim
How many times have you said to yourself – Self… Why is it that I can’t take my iPod in the swimming pool with me? Well this new waterproof sound system from Japan’s Focal is the answer to your inner prayers.

Sansa Slotradio Comes With 1,000 Songs but No Play Button

Sansa Slotradio Comes With 1,000 Songs but No Play Button
Chip Chick’s Ali was able to test a unit of Sansa’s yet to be released slotRadio, their answer to Apple’s iPod shuffle. A quick look at the slotRadio tells us that the only thing the two music players have in common is their small size.

Audiomatryoshka Speakers Don’T Wobble, Won’T Fall Down

Audiomatryoshka Speakers Don’T Wobble, Won’T Fall Down
The word Matryoshka isn’t exactly a part of the English vernacular, but once you realize that it’s really just the Russian name for those little nesting dolls your grandmother has sitting on her mantle, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.

Mp7 Player Most Definitely Not 3 Better Than Mp4

Mp7 Player Most Definitely Not 3 Better Than Mp4
A while back, I told you guys about an MP5 media player that didn’t seem to do anything more than any other conventional media player. So when I saw this new MP7 player, I tried not to get my hopes up too high for any kind of innovation.

Elton John Starburst iPod Nanos Are Nanocrystalchromatic

Elton John Starburst iPod Nanos Are Nanocrystalchromatic
These sparkly limited-edition Elton John iPod Nanos definitely live up to the flamboyant style of their eponymous inspiration. Created by Goldgenie, each Starburst iPod Nano is encrusted with laser-embedded 250 color-coordinated Swarovski crystals, and features Sir Elton John’s signature etched into the back of the case.

Speech Bubble Speakers for the Very Literal

Speech Bubble Speakers for the Very Literal
If life was like a comic, we would always have really cool t-shirts and witty punchlines (or we would be unchanging dinosaurs) and our conversations would fit into neat little speech bubbles. Real life is messier, but thanks to the forthcoming Speak-er, soon you’ll be able to make the aural aspect of your life a little neater… and a little more like comic life.

Go Away World, Leave Me Alone: Ovei Personal Multimedia Environment

Go Away World, Leave Me Alone: Ovei Personal Multimedia Environment
The Oculas Groups’ Ovei (Oh-vee) is a living room in a pod. A very stylish, air conditioned and ridiculously expensive pod. It’s elegantly designed by Lee McCormack and beautifully engineered by McLaren Applied Technologies. Which makes me wonder why there are no images of the ovei’s interior on the product website.

Microsoft Songsmith: the Windows Vista of Digital Audio?

Microsoft Songsmith: the Windows Vista of Digital Audio?
The idea behind Microsoft Songsmith is simple: people love to sing. We love singing more than we love playing instruments. How do I know this? Here’s how: How many people do you know play the guitar while taking a bath?

Flexicord Cables: the Slinky Evolved

Flexicord Cables: the Slinky Evolved
The main reason why I’m looking forward to a wireless future is because wires and cables are really messy. I can set things up fine, I know how to use color codes and to match shapes and to match the male end with the female end, but the way they sprawl all over the place is really irritating.
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