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Our five senses are how we perceive this world. Our experiences are driven by them in every aspect. With computers, we mainly use two of these, both sight and sound. Laptops have made great strides in visuals, driving up their resolutions to 1920x1080 and utilizing new display technologies for advanced visuals that are stunning to no end. When it comes to portable computing, our eyes are treated to no end.

 

When it comes to audio experience though, our ears are usually left out of the equation. With advances in processors, graphics cards, memory and hard drives; the speakers in laptops have never really made much strides. When playing games or watching movies, we have HD visuals that get brought to their knees by tinny sounding audio. At home we are able to fix this by setting up speakers and simply plugging them in, but on the go we are often left with little options as speakers end up too bulky to pack in and cart around.

 

Choiix's Boom Boom Speaker looks to target this exact problem with a svelte portable speaker. The Boom Boom Speaker is a palm sized, pocket-able speaker that packs in four high quality audio drivers to deliver crisp, stunning audio without all the bulky hardware. Utilizing the Mini-USB format to provide power, the entire speaker surface is devoted to pure sound, and it delivers it in ways that must be heard to be believed.

 

 

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