Just as making a mountain out of a molehill results in unnecessary hurdles to climb over, making a speaker out of a molehill results in unnecessary mole polka, mole grunge, and mole techno. Try better materials with today's Groupon: for $19, you get a customized, self-designed Doodle Speaker from OrigAudio (a $39.99 value).
Evincing portability and customization, the Doodle refashions a standard speaker into a device that fits conveniently into pockets and brandishes user-submitted artwork across its resonating surface. With superb sound quality for its size, the Doodle can transport music to hard-to-reach places, such as country picnics, hot air balloon races, and behind the ears of Mount Rushmore. The Doodle editor invites users to upload their own photographs and designs, which OrigAudio employees then imprint onto the surface of the speaker. If desired by users, their original designs can stay up for purchase by other users in the marketplace, with a portion of each sale benefitting the designers' personal wallets.
The Doodle, powered by two AAA batteries, harmonizes with laptops, Macs, iPods, MP3 players, or any other audio device that has a standard headphone jack. Included with the handy amplifier is a USB cord, which, as a power supply, substitutes as seamlessly as a teacher's clone. OrigAudio is dedicated to creating sustainable products and donates a percentage of each sale to the Music National Service.