Travel iPod speaker good for days out in the park
We like the look of these Travel speaker from Griffin – great for Sunday afternoons in the park when you want to bring a little MGMT or Dizzee Rascal to your patch of grass.
The Griffin Travel Speaker doesn’t require batteries or charging – it runs off your iPhone’s battery – which could be an advantage or disadvantage depending on how you look at it.
On the positive side it means you don’t need batteries or wires. On the downside of course, it will run the battery down, not ideal if you’re expecting a call from your friend, but probably fine if it’s your iPod touch.
You can use it to charge your iPod/Phone if you’re next to a computer – it comes with a USB port and cable so you are able to get some power going the other way.
They promise it has strudy construction and that it compact enough to fit in a handbag.
You could either leave it sitting on your desk or pick it up and take it out with you..
Travel Speaker for iPhone and iPod in Tesco for £29.99
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mjfjgy Very nice article. Very useful.Thank you!
Its interesting. I would like to know more about this…I really wanted to know how this works can you please help me out…….Thanks for sharing. bdgvfb
ipod itself has good volume.
if its that needful y can’t apple provide it with the ipod??