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    Speaker + Chinese food takeout box = AON BOX speaker

    Green gadgets are a big deal to lots of people who want to indulge in their gadget lust, but want to save energy and reduce pollution at the same time. If you are the green sort, who wants a portable speaker for your MP3 player or other device that uses recycled and recyclable materials the AON BOX speaker is for you.


    The speaker reminds me of a cross between iPod dock and one of those Chinese food take out boxes with all the tabs that tuck and fold. The portable speaker is designed to lay flat when not in use and when needed you unfold the paper box into its pyramid shape for use.


    The pyramid shape lets the speaker sit on its side without rolling. The outer housing of the speaker and the box are made with 100% renewable resources. Any device using a 3.5mm headphone jack can be connected to the speaker. Measurements when assembled are 3.5? x 3.5? x 3.5? and is has 2W of max input power. The AON BOX speaker sells for $14.99.

    Via : Slash gear

    David Novak
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