These little USB speakers come with suction cups on the back so that you can stick them to your tablet. It looks like those suction cups weren't working very well and the product photographer smashed down on the speakers to get them to stick — popping the speaker cones in. Bad design. I mean, I don't think that's some crazy speaker technology I've never seen before. Not for $US15. Looks like plastic. I know these are supposed to be cheap, but take a little pride in your work! At least pretend they don't suck. [Brando Workshop Ubergizmo]
These Brand New Portable Speakers Look Broken
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