Over on the Kickstarter website a new smartphone/MP3 portable speaker concept called the Berlin Boombox is currently looking to excite enough backers to make the jump from concept to production.
The Berlin Boombox has been designed by Studio Axel Pfaender and is constructed using a flash packed cardboard outer shell. The case is screen-printed with bold black and white graphic art designed by Axel Pfaender and contains speakers and amplifier. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
The Berlin Boombox kit consists of a die-cut cardboard structure, speakers and all electronic parts, and four AA batteries. Assembly is tools-free and easy taking only a couple of minutes and no geek knowledge is necessary, says its creator.
“Use the Berlin Boombox with your iPhone, iPod or any other MP3 player. Insert your device (where back in the days the tape used to go). Connect via 3,5 mm stereo jack which ensures that a wide range of devices can be used, not only iPhones or iPods.”
If you think the Berlin Boombox is something you should use jump over to the Kickstarter website to make a pledge now and help the concept become a reality.
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