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Get your sound around

How many Ipods are there these days? The question isn’t which iPod or iPhone to get, but how to get all of those great tunes out of those pretty little boxes and into your world! I stumbled upon a really slick way of doing that, with the Griffin Evolve.

Sure, there are lots of options for little portable speaker systems; we’ve seen them all. Plug your iPod into it, and the sound comes out. Yee haa! But what if you want to have your music move around with you? What if you want the music in the kitchen, and, um, well, the facilities?

Go and get yourself this beauty. With the Evolve, you just grab the left speaker, (or hey! the right speaker or both!) and just take it with you up to 150 feet. The system is smart, so if you take one speaker, you can change it to mono mode from stereo, and if you take them both, it will know and keep the left the left, and the right the right. It even comes with a remote control, to allow you to be in the other part of the house with the remote and speakers, and still have full control of your iPod.

You can get at least 10 full hours of battery life out of these speakers: An entire day of music with you everywhere! When you’re done, just drop them back on the stand and they will charge automagically just by sitting there.

You can get more details at http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/evolve

Karl D. Susman
Westside Gadget Guy
www.twitter.com/karlwireless

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