Not a lot needs to be said for these speakers, since combining them with picture frames is such a strange idea to begin with. But MIRAEPLASMA's creation has some cool technology under the surface. Utilizing a "plasma technology" within its film speaker, the speakers have a comparatively thin form factor and are said to offer sound quality akin to a conventional PC speaker. Selling for $33 when they hit Korean stores, these might do well if they were came over to North America. More photos over at Aving. [Aving via Oh Gizmo!]
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