The special edition X-Mini Hello Kitty Capsule Speaker from XMI adds to your collection of Hello Kitty items and can be used as an external speaker for your phone, laptop or portable music player. XMI X-Mini Hello Kitty comes in white or pink boasting the Bass Xpansion System for deep bass, the Buddy Jack for connecting multiple capsules in a Daisy chain, built-in rechargeable battery for up to 12 hours of playback, and 3.5-mm universal audio jack. Read more
The Rhinestone Mini Speakers from Ycross come in the form of a keychain that has a very interesting design. A small ball that’s covered in rhinestones hides a powerful speaker that you can use to improve the sound of your music listening experience. Read more
Fans of music and games that involve dice will really get a kick out of this Rhinestone portable dice speaker. It’s so small you can practically use it as a keychain, but you will be surprised at the clarity and sound it delivers. Read more
Remember Motz? I wrote about it a while ago, telling you it’s a wood radio with built-in speaker functionality. It comes from Pyramid Distribution from Korea and when you’re not listening to your favorite radio stations you can use it to play music from your gadget via headphones connected to the 3.5-mm jack. The original model powers from a Li-Pol battery and operates for up to 10 hours from a single charge. Besides it, there is the Acorn-shaped mini speaker, also made from wood, that looks unique and cute. Read more
Designed to look like a real acorn, the Motz mini speaker looks natural and is a great accessory that can be used as an external speaker for portable devices.
It is made entirely from apricot tree wood and connects to your cell phone or portable media player via the 3.5-mm interface. Read more
I have never used a resonance speaker but I’m curious about them and the way they work. Resonance speakers are those speakers that use the surface they are placed on to produce sounds and you can hear the music only when you set them on a hard flat surface. Read more
It’s called Buffalo (don’t ask me why) and is a mini dice-shaped speaker for iPods. It connects to the portable media player at the bottom of the handset and measures 28 x 28 x 28 mm at about 14 grams. Read more
Last year we had the chance to review the award-winning X-mini II capsule speaker, a powerful mini speaker that enhances the sound coming from a portable media player, cell phone, laptop or other music-enabled devices. Read more
Today we’re reviewing a powerful speaker system designed and optimized for portability while enhancing the sound coming from your portable media player. The X-mini MAX II Capsule Speakers were created by XMI, the Singapore-based company that won two prestigious awards at the Red Dot Design Awards in Germany and Infocomm Singapore Awards for designing the X-mini capsule speakers. XMI is the same company that created the X-mini II Capsule Speaker which we had the chance to review last year.
The difference between the two X-minis is that X-mini II is one speaker, while X-mini MAX II is a stereo set of two speakers that travel as a single gadget. Read more