Then I found that it’s on Kickstarter. Man, this Kickstarter thing is really making some amazing things possible.
Minimalist Bluetooth Speaker for Tiny Houses
I’ve always wanted to do a weekly series on technology that goes hand in hand with small spaces. Well, today’s that day.
And this tiny wireless speaker system goes hand in hand with a small space or a mobile lifestyle.
So it’s a small speaker with a simple interface, plus it can deliver up to 80 decibels of sound which is impressive for its size.
It’s about the same size as an everyday household light bulb and was designed by John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen and Vitor Santa Maria.
Image Courtesy of John VDN and Vitor Santa Maria
Twist, Lift, Connect and Enjoy
When you twist the cap it turns the radio on for you. If you continue turning it, the volume turns up.
It can connect to a smartphone, tablet, or computer through Bluetooth. Otherwise you can use the standard 3.5mm audio port.
Inside there’s a battery that will give you up to 30 hours of sound so you can use this inside your house, apartment or anywhere else you decide to go.
Watch the Video to Learn all About it
To learn more, visit John and Vitor’s Kickstarter page. They’ve already raised $243,556 for the project since I put this article together. Would you get one for your small space?
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