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.
Audiophiles will go to extraordinary lengths to reduce cabinet resonance, but it’s pretty strange to think about a speaker housing that made out of a hunk of rock. This was the idea that Audiomasons Design Works had for their new speakers.
Pioneer already has a bunch of DJ gear that is aimed at professional music-makers. The company has now announced some new gear that is aimed at the people dancing to music too. The new line of audio gear is called STEEZ and is targeted at the sort of folks that like to have dance competitions.
If you’re a fan of Transformers, you probably already known that Blaster is an Autobot who spends his days disguised as a boom box. This handmade version of the Audiobot Autobot looks like he’d fit in quite nicely on my desktop.
A few years back, I wrote about an unusual concept backpack which had a sound system built into it. I’m not sure if that pack ever made it to market, but leave it to the ingenuity of one of the artists of Etsy to come up with a real one you can buy.
Do you like Angry Birds? Of course you do. And just when I thought we might be on the precipice of them birds and pigs finally jumping the shark, along comes the most perfect Angry Birds licensed product yet.
While I usually listen to my tunes with headphones, sometimes it’s good to have a portable speaker if you want to share your music. Bluetooth speakers are cool since they allow you to do so with your smartphone.
Despite the fact that Apple’s lawyers are notorious for protecting their intellectual property rights, companies continue to tempt fate by releasing gadgets with Apple logos on them. Take, for example, this cute little speaker that looks just like the classic Apple logo, but made from wood.
Ok, now that I’ve lured you into my web of curiosity with that headline, let me explain. What we have here is yet another unusual bastardized gadget from China – it’s a speaker that looks like the Android mascot – if it were a bee.
The Sony Circle Sound speaker is supposed to deliver 360-degree sound from a single speaker. The compact, spherical units were revealed at the IFA2011 fair and there are two models to choose from: the SRS-BTV25 and RDP-V20iP.
The popularity of iOS devices has spawned the creation of a plethora of docks for iPhones, iPod, iPads, and whatnot. Some are pretty cool, like the ones that were inspired by tree stumps, while others are just plain ridiculous.
Revo has just released information about their K2, and no it’s not a real skyscraper, but it certainly looks like a distinctive speaker and dock combination for your iDevices and smartphones. It’s a “towering column of aluminum and molded rubber,” and given its substantial footprint, should give other docks a run for their money.
If you’re looking for a unique dock and charger, look no further, because the Ozaki iSuppli Gramo iPhone Speaker, on top of having a quirky name, will do the job nicely. The speaker is designed to look like a gramophone, and from the description, it will only need to be plugged in if you want to charge your iPhone or use the amplified speaker features.
I rarely use my iPad anymore except for the occasional vacation or trip where I don’t want to tote a notebook. Mostly my daughter uses the iPad for watching Netflix movies and she has a taste for any movie with a horse in it.