Are you tired of putting on headphones every time you listen to your iPod or stream music on your laptop?
Yes, we all know that laptop speakers generally suck.
And an iPod dock? Well, most docks out there are bulky, non-portable devices that really can’t be slipped into a purse or backpack without some serious re-arranging.
But the Jambox? Now that could be a sweet compromise between donning a pair of headphones and fumbling with an iPod dock.
Consider this: the Jambox can be used both as a wireless speaker and speakerphone.
And in addition to delivering full spectrum audio, Jambox easily connects with mobile phones, computers, tablets, iPods or any other Bluetooth device.
So, how does it work and why is it better than internal laptop speakers?
Well, the device is powered by two acoustic drivers, along with an ultra-small dome that emits an audio spectrum almost as wide as the human ear itself.
Meanwhile, the drivers and speakers are designed to work in tandem with a moving-wall, passive bass radiator and airtight enclosure.
This produces shimmering highs and massive low frequencies that can be heard and felt a few feet away.
Of course, the JBox can also be updated with apps, software and new features via Jawbone’s online MyTALK platform.
Sounds cool, eh?
Luckily, the full Jambox line is available for pre-order today on jawbone.com for a cool $200. But if you want to try it out in person, the device will hit Apple Stores and select Best Buy outlets on November 16, 2010.