SuperNova Light Cube LED Bluetooth Speaker

The Bluetooth speaker market could only be described as grossly overcrowded and unless there is some serious differentiation features, it will be just another Bluetooth speaker at the mercy of randomness. Not that the special feature or features, if any, will make a particular product stands out, but it certainly will increase the odds of it being considered. That said, having a Bluetooth speaker with mesmerizing light show could be a stand out feature which would give ThinkGeek’s very own SuperNova Light Cube LED Bluetooth Speaker a chance to shine in this saturated market. The idea is pretty simple: get a stereo Bluetooth speaker and stack an array of LED lights and prisms on it. Voila. You get yourself a somewhat different category of Bluetooth speaker.

SuperNova Light Cube LED Bluetooth Speaker

Each light prism on the device simultaneously transmits, refracts, and projects the LED below it, resulting a random but mesmerizing light show that tickles your visual senses while your auditory senses are treated to your favorite tunes. You could say it is a frivolous extra, but then, how else you stand out from a market that has reached the point of unbreathable. SuperNova offers 36 different user-selectable patterns and colors to suit the user’s mood. Best of all, the light show is independent of the stereo Bluetooth speaker, which means you can hypnotize yourself with visual spectacle even when you’re not in the mood of music.

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The Bluetooth speaker aspect, on the other hand, is pretty much the usual. It lets you stream your favorite collection from any Bluetooth-enabled device, or go the old school route with the standard audio jack. On the front of the speaker is a large, easy-to-use volume that lets you crank it up to the eleven (literally, cos’ volume is offered from zero to 11), while the back is where you will find buttons to cycle through the pattern and color palette, 5V power input, as well as the line-in jack. You can pick up this visual and audio device from ThinkGeek for $99.99 a pop.

SuperNova Light Cube LED Bluetooth Speaker