iPhone 4 'Inspired' Powerless Amplifier.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

I didn't know that I had a 'Panda Production' until I paid my over smiling phone salesperson at Digital Mall in PJ.
It's an exact replicate of the iPhone Bone Horn Stand made by Fruitshop International that has become a cult craze in US for Iphone4 gadget junkies and was even sold on Urban Outfitters.


So, here is my new iPhone4 speaker!


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Where are the wires you ask?
NON EXISTANTE!

The iPhone Bone Horn Stand is the gramaphone of our day and age as it was smartly designed to amplify your volume sans any power thus saving your battery life in the process too!

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Inspired by Gramaphones that have been around since 1887!


It can amp it up to 12-13 decibels of sound pressure.
Don't know what 1 decibels sounds like? Neither do I.
But they show you in this video exactly what to expect! :)



For you to listen to your gardening jams?
LOL. More like to listen to your music in the shower and during picnics since it's uber portable and you won't be likely to get any electrical cords there!

So purchase one of these nifty Bone Horn stands on Cyberguys.com for 24USD or IpMart for about RM60 if you are in Malaysia.
Comes in Green, Grey, White and Black.


Otherwise, you can pretend you didn't read this and didn't know it was 'Made in China' and buy it in Yellow, Brown, Red, Orange and White at  one of the shops facing the lifts (I think 2nd floor) at Digital Mall for RM35*


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*I got a RM5 discount coz I pretended to bargain in Cantonese and it was so bad the guy said
'I give U cheep cheep if you stop.'

 *dies*

TUU TUU TUU TUU!

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Oh ya, it also can stand on the side like this so you can watch videos with ease! :)


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3 comments:

  1. A bit of plastic for 60RM! That's hell expensive... I'm waiting for the pirated one to come out on Petaling Street

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  2. Mine is the pirated one! Technically it's not already 'Made in China' since it was designed in Taiwan ;)
    RM30, Digital Mall which is the IT version of Petaling street, Mat Salleh Boy.

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  3. Ahhahaha.. u bargaining in cantonese?? I wanna hear! ;p

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