Which is great news if you’re into things like warmth, sundresses, boats, base tans, asparagus, pools, seersucker and handsome little portable radios that look like they were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Especially if you’re into handsome little portable radios that look like they were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright...
Direct your attention to the Kendall Portable Speaker, a tiny new sound system that looks like it was made in 1972 but acts like it was made... well, much later than that, available for preorder now and shipping April 1.
What you have here is a Bluetooth-enabled, smartphone-friendly speaker with a laser-etched acrylic grill and a solid walnut casing. In other words: it both wants and needs to go outside and play with you this spring.
So line something up. Grab a person who likes picnics and have a picnic. Go to Mount Tam or something. And while you’re doing all that, take this thing out and start wirelessly streaming some Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam from your phone. Maybe even some other band.
The point is this: it can hold a charge for six hours, it’s pretty fantastic looking, and you should definitely have it on your person anytime you step outside this spring.
Especially if you’re into music.