Well, That's One Way to Camouflage a Speaker

Well, That's One Way to Camouflage a Speaker

Taryn Williford
Feb 1, 2010

Some people are just so concerned with hiding away every piece of evidence that there's any technology in their homes. For those people, manufacturers make desktop speakers that are pigs. Yep, pigs.

These 7-inch-tall ceramic pigs house a well-hidden speaker underneath, in their bellies. Hence the clever product name, "Pig Speaker."

Just plug their unexpectedly un-curly and extra long tail into your laptop or iPod's headphone jack to enjoy some juicy pork belly tunes.

They come in white, black or gold for $49 from Generate Design, with free shipping to the US and Canada.

Via GeekSugar

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