mystery product: Pump Up the Volume
Whether you’re at the office from 9 to 5, or cleaning the house from 5 to 9, a few solid tunes can remove the “torture chamber” feel (assuming Justin Bieber hasn’t taken over your digital media device).
While some might prefer the Biebs to vacuums or co-workers, what happens when white noise drowns out the sweet sounds of Top 40 hits? Hint: “More cowbell” isn’t the answer. This month’s mystery product provides a simple solution.
Check out the following clues to guess this item:
- It requires a lithium battery.
- It uses Near Field Communication technology.
- It can be ordered with or without a silicon jacket.
mystery product revealed
Need to amp up the volume on your device? The Blasting Brick speaker from PSL Canada provides a simple solution.
Just put your mobile phone or digital media device on top of the Blasting Brick with the external speaker playing and it magically amplifies the sound. The product uses Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. NFC technology is a set of short-range wireless technologies that work at a distance of 4 cm or less. This particular technology operates or works at 13.56 MHz and at rates ranging from 106 kbit/s to 848 kbit/s. The technology requires an initiator and a receiver. The initiator immediately generates radio frequency and the receiver receives the generated radio frequency.
The Blasting Brick requires a lithium battery. A silicon jacket is optional. No wires, no bluetooth, no synchronizing, no problem.
For more information, visit www.pslworld.com.
(Release provided by PSL Canada.)