Companies are continually looking for the ultimate in portability to suit our busy lives, and this latest little gadget, the Nimzy Vibro Blaster, could be mistaken for having a whole different role to play in our lives.
The size of a tub of Vaseline, it claims to turn any solid surface into a speaker – you just need to plug in your mp3 player or laptop to supply the music.
Despite claims of superior sound quality compared to many portable speakers, this is a case of seeing is believing. Until we’ve had the Vibro Blaster in and tried it for ourselves, we seriously doubt the sound quality – but are prepared to be proven wrong.
Weight wise, its heavier than some of the portable speakers we’ve seen, and at £60, more expensive too.
But telling a crowded room you're getting out your Vibro Blaster does have a certain appeal….
Latest Tesla news: Tesla share price continues to fall after Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund is linked to investment in rival
SEC 'probe' takes its toll on Tesla as new research suggests that Tesla loses $6,000 on every $35,000 Model 3
RTX 280 Ti will come with 11GB of fast GDDR6 video RAM with a 352-bit memory bus offering 616Gbps
The scale of jobs lost to automation will be at least as large as those in the first three industrial revolutions
10nm Cannon Lake Core i3-8121U CPUs make a rare outing with Intel's NUC mini PC