Bem Wireless announced that they've teamed up with The Public Zoo to create The Public Zoo speakers, a fashion brand designed by pop artist and illustrator Han L. Lee. Three trendy character designs spice up bem's tiny, cubed speaker. Here are the details on these mobile speakers:
Inspired by Japanese and Korean character art, The Public Zoo introduces its main man, Hickup the Imaginative Panda, on the bem wireless mobile speaker with bright, surreal colors for a fun, unique image. You can choose from three designs which showcase Hickup on several adventures: Relaxing on a rainbow, ripping through space on a rocket, and posing with a chic eye patch. This wireless piece is sure to be a conversation starter for those who enjoy creative art or those who simply want to escape the everyday humdrum.
This is the second edition of the mobile speaker (bem released the college edition last month). Tiny enough to fit into the palm of your hand (2.35" x 2.35" x 2.5"), the mobile speaker is the perfect addition to small spaces or for travel bags. Users can enjoy powerful sound and pounding rhythms while on-the-go (don't let its size fool you!). The mobile speaker connects wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled device like smartphones, iPads, iPods and more for an easy setup.
The mobile speaker has a soft-touch finish for a sleek, elegant look and feel. On the back of the speaker is an Aux In & Out for more connecting options, and it is auto pair capable. Additionally, a mini USB port allows users to plug in their mobile devices to charge. A volume control and play/pause button is on the front face of the speaker so you can adjust your speaker easily.
The Public Zoo mobile speaker comes with a 3.5mm cable, mini USB cable, and USB AC adaptor. The mobile speaker designed by The Public Zoo retails for $69.99 at www.bemwireless.com or www.target.com