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Invisible speaker @ Wired Magazine favorite gadgets at CES

Invisible speaker @ Wired Magazine favorite gadgets at CES

People People's Speaker in Wired Magazine's expo at CES 2012 swedish design

We have been getting great feedback for our speaker and we are very happy to announce that we will be showcasing a prototype at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. We are part of Wired Magazines 15-favorite-products-show at the cool surrender club at Encore hotel (close to the convention center).

The speaker on our studio table - swedish design

Here is Per packaging the speaker for the January 10-13 2012, Las Vegas trip.

Wired will host a cocktail party on Wednesday where you can meet Per and Martin in person. Please contact Martin if you want to set up a meeting. A great start to 2012!

  • Pierre Rehnlund

    Good luck!

  • Anonymous

    looks awesome!!! i want it.

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  • awesome !! so where can we get one ??

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