[CES 2013] ION is best known for its iCade, which if you’re unaware, allows you to dock your iPad inside of it to play games through its bluetooth connection. The company has dominated the mobile game controller market with its iCade Core and iCade Mobile, but the company has been producing some other products throughout the years, showcasing a number of them at CES this year. One that caught our eye was its new ION Party Rocker.
The ION Party Rocker is a portable speaker system with built-in lighting that streams music wirelessly from any Bluetooth music player, including iOS and Android devices, and also has an aux-in port so you can connect non-bluetooth devices to it through a standard 3.5mm cable. The Party Rocker projects colorful light patterns onto walls, ceilings and anything else in the room it’s located in and it can even change its pattern based on the beat of the music that’s being played. The Party Rocker even has a port for a microphone so your party-goers can attempt to sing along with the music that’s currently being played.
No word on when ION’s Party Rocker will be available or how much it’ll cost, but we’re sure you can pick it up for your party some time this year.
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