A lot of love has been given to the iPhone and iPod when it comes to speaker docks, but Singapore-based company Gavio has decided to give the iPod nano some much deserved love with “The Pill” (not THAT kind of pill). It’s essentially a set of speakers designed with the iPod nano in mind, and as you can see in the photo above, it pretty much encapsulates the iPod nano, thus resembling a giant pill of sorts
The iPod nano can be controlled via its holder through its touch screen display, but if you’d rather leave it on shuffle, that function along with volume adjustment can be made via external controls on The Pill speakers itself. Apart from the fact that The Pill is a 5.8” speaker system, not much else is known about the device. Its website mentions that it will be available for pre-order, but does not specify when, how much it will cost nor its technical specifications. However if you’d like to keep an eye on the device for when it is up for pre-order, head on down to Gavio’s website.
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