The Aeropad Two dock speaker

These days having music on the computer is quite rare. We got used to having everything on the go. We store our music and documents on out iPods or iPhones and iPads. Since this change occurred, new accessories started to be developed. Aeropad Two is one of them.Aeropad Two is one of those items that you see and wish to have but never get to buy. It’s a very functional item and it has a very sleek design. Aeropad Two is a Dock Speaker.

It works with iPods, iPads and iPhones but it also has an auxiliary input for mini-jack 3.5 millimeter to connect other devices as well. Aeropad Two is a contemporary device with a minimalist and stylish design. It’s also a versatile item that can easily fit in any room and any décor.

Aeropad two features two 30W speakers along with a 80W subwoofer. You can pre-order the dock speaker on The contemporary device is available in either bamboo or stainless steel. Both models are very beautiful and equally simple and stylish. The bamboo version is more textured and has a more elegant look.

The stainless steel model has a more futuristic look. It comes in other grey or black. Aeropad Two is a great contemporary device that will probably become a standard in a few years. It’s a sleek and stylish piece, both versatile and eye-catching in its own simple way.

Published by in Home Gadgets, on May 1st, 2012


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