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Mighty Dwarf Will Make a Bluetooth Speaker Out of Anything

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Make your speaker where ever you can stick it.

How often do you have a song available to play on your phone that you want to blast out amongst your friends? If you've ever been in that situation, you probably know that it sounds pretty lame coming from just your phone speaker.

At CES 2012 we ran into a Bluetooth-compatible speaker product called the Mighty Dwarf BlueII (pronounced blue two) that attaches itself to any flat surface, turning it into a speaker. We were told that the sound varies depending on which surface the device gets placed upon. One example shared with us is that the sound opens up when the device is placed in a small boat or canoe. We'd like to try it in the bathtub.

It's very noisy at the show floor, if you listen carefully you can hear the difference when it's on and off a flat surface.

Mighty Drawf BlueII

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    AznCracker , January 15, 2012 3:54 AM
    Isnt that like cupping your speakers to direct the sound towards your ears?
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    nebun , January 15, 2012 4:03 AM
    this is nothing new.....it's sound waves bouncing off the surface.....if you put it on the carpet the sound will become very silent....really?....they call this tech?
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    jkflipflop98 , January 15, 2012 5:43 AM
    Don't bother reading the article and trying to understand what it does before jumping to the comments and bashing it. Just slows you down.
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    alidan , January 15, 2012 8:32 AM
    this is one of those must see in person to be impressed items.
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    cookoy , January 15, 2012 9:39 AM
    Pretty big dwarf that sounded mighty awful. Thought it would sound like one of those tiny Bose speakers.
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    del35 , January 15, 2012 10:22 AM
    Good this inferior device is not some iCrap product or we would be showered by the MSM with claims of its brilliance.
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    silver565 , January 15, 2012 8:12 PM
    del35Good this inferior device is not some iCrap product or we would be showered by the MSM with claims of its brilliance.


    "Revolutionary" would be the term you are looking for
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    dalauder , January 17, 2012 2:31 AM
    silver565"Revolutionary" would be the term you are looking for
    I'm confused? Are you saying that Apple products are "Revolutionary"? Because all I've noticed is them being expensive...

    ...okay, the iPhone was pretty cool. The original 3G phone with widespread usage...but not the best anymore. And I haven't found a use for any of their other products yet.
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    dalauder , January 17, 2012 2:35 AM
    dalauderI'm confused? Are you saying that Apple products are "Revolutionary"? Because all I've noticed is them being expensive......okay, the iPhone was pretty cool. The original 3G phone with widespread usage...but not the best anymore. And I haven't found a use for any of their other products yet.
    Keep in mind that this is coming from a guy who chooses not to own a smart phone because I think they're data plans are outrageous.
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