If you travel a lot and you bring your laptop/tablet with you wherever you go, chances are the only way you listen to your music is either through the built-in speakers (which can prove to be less than adequate), headphones, or even portable mini speakers. Now if you’re looking for something a little louder but portable, you could consider the Vibroy Portable Vibration Speaker.
As you can see in the photo above, the Vibroy Portable Vibration Speaker is small and portable, but how does it produce a louder sound? Basically the speaker will come with a module that lets you stick it to pretty much any object that you want. Depending on how large the object is and how much hollow space there is in the object will determine how loud the sound will be amplified.
So for example if you were to attach the module to a milk carton that has been sealed and is still full of milk, the results won’t be as impressive as if you were to attach to it to an open and empty milk carton. As far as specs are concerned, the Vibro Portable Vibration Speaker has an integrated 3.5mm audio jack, 1Watt output, 300Hz-10KHz frequency response,40ohm impedance and a noise level of 78dB. It is powered by 2 AAA batteries that supposed gives about 10 hours worth of playback.
Interested in picking up one for yourself? Just head on down to ThinkGeek (currently out of stock) where you can order it for $29.99.
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