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I’m a big fan of witty gadgets, like these R2 D2 speakers but The Nexspeaker FS-701SW sound system is a pure bliss. The left and right channel speakers (7.5-watts each) are embedded into the sails, and the boat’s hull serves as the woofer (15-watts).


The Nexspeaker is currently only available in Korea; it’s available from eShopworld for 52,000 KRW (appx. $57 USD).



Bowers & Wilkins have released their uniquely designed Zeppelin Ipod Speakers. The speakers also allow streaming video from an iPod to a television and have a remote. And for sure well-defined bass and clear sound. The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin iPod Speakers are available in all stores with Bowers & Wilkins products.


The LG MSB-100 is a cool Bluetooth speaker. Looks pretty cool with its black finish and speakers that are highlighted in white. The speaker also is a speakerphone at conferences. This bears witness to its amazing (stereo) sound output. The MSB-100 is promises us good compatibility with the scores of LG (and other) handsets that offer stereo Bluetooth. and for sure it’s portability.

The LG MSB-100 Stereo Bluetooth Speaker should be available by May for $120.

oheocha.jpgThey are already here. These are O’hEocha speakers that resembles a three-legged alien for the first chapter of legendary UFO game. Created by former BMW designer, Aonghus O’hEocha, the O’hEocha Audiophile’s Speakers were designed and manufactured in western Ireland. Each speaker is isobaric, minutely hand crafted to provide sound quality of 200 watt ratings. They are claimed to provide the clearest three-dimensional soundstage performance. For your information,three legs of each speaker tape the speaker to a pinpoint to minimize any resonance transfer. Welcome to Earth, guys!

lacies.jpgNothing in the world seemed to impress me more than robo-usb defender for my PC (though the model definitely lacks ion cannon and Google Earth maps support), but LaCie managed to do this - first ever Firewire bus powered speakers. Small things but no small sound.

Originally designed by Neil Poulton, they are not only looking extremely stylish - they do provide amazingly clear sound, because they are firewire powered. It means that they do not need an AC adapter, resulting in better portability and less cable clutter.

They are only $79. Looks like today is the day of tiny, but cool things.