Tech gear for on-the-go adventurers: a shape-shifting ultra-portable speaker

Monday, August 11th, 2014. Filed under: Entertainment Home & Garden Music Science & Technology
Shaped like a doughnut, the AeroTwist by Jarre Technologies can be twisted open and attached anywhere. ©Jarre Technologies

Shaped like a doughnut, the AeroTwist by Jarre Technologies can be twisted open and attached anywhere.
©Jarre Technologies

(Relaxnews) – Whether you’re off in a remote destination or whether you just want to be prepared for everything and anything tech-wise on your camping trip , you’ll have to choose your gear wisely: There is no shortage of creativity in the market for Bluetooth speakers, but Jarre Technologies has made its mark with one of the most original designs out there. With its futuristic style, the doughnut-shaped AeroTwist is bound to make an impression, whether at a party, at a picnic or at home.

The ring-shaped wireless speaker can be twisted open to take on a snake-like appearance. Ultra-portable, the device can even be hooked onto the strap of a bag or easily carried around the wrist.

Bluetooth compatible, the AeroTwist consists of four speakers (4×4, 5W) paired with a built-in subwoofer. The device is also equipped with an NFC chip, meaning that a smartphone with this technology can be synced up instantly. The battery life is listed at around 10 hours.

The AeroTwist is available in select markets starting at €299 (around $400).

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