Top Electronic Videos of the Week: Mushroom Bluetooth Speaker, Emoi Smart Lamp and more
Shaped like a mushroom, this Bluetooth speaker comes in a strange pinkish color even though we say it is red. It can be stuck almost anyway thanks to its suction cup so you can even sing in the shower and become the next pop idol. Singing in the shower may sound risky with a speaker, but the design ensures it is splash-proof so can handle a few drops.
This emotional smart lamp and speaker from emoi has a simple and lasting design, which harmoniously combines the functions of speaker, lamp, speakerphone, alarm that can all be controlled through one simple app. Just pair this intuitive device to you tablet or Smartphone and you can experience the joys of natural lighting and music, controlled from the palm of your hands, which is sure to enrich your experience.
Bring your music with you with this wireless speaker that uses Bluetooth version 3.0 to pair to your phone or tablet for a more stable and consistent connection. The blue cylinder shape that this speaker has is really pleasing to the eye and the digital display gives it that modern appearance. Take this speaker with you to your room, in the garden, in the car or literally anyway because not only does it sync music from your smart device but also you can insert a USB flash stick or a micro SD card into the allocated port. In addition there is a 3.5mm AUX input port for connecting external devices such as your MP3 or MP4 player and you can actually use this as a speaker for your laptop or desktop computer if you want to improve the output sound coming from them.
Want to improve the appearance of your aquarium, whether it is tropical or saltwater then this dimmable LED light will provide that much desired effect as well as benefitting the wildlife and organisms it shines upon. This aquarium light sets a whole new standard and has 55 LED lights made by Taiwanese light specialists, Epistar. The power of each LED is 3W and in total they emit 3540 lumens with a lifespan of up to 50000 hours; therefore ensuring you get more than your money’s worth.
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