July 8, 2009
M.I.S.S. Techcessories: DIY Retro Paper Speakers
I personally like to run to the store and buy my electronics already assembled, but some people out there like to be a little more creative than that.
If you’re the sort of person that’s up for a challenge and has had enough already with origami and the flood of papercraft dolls out there, check out these DIY Paper Speakers from Japanese gadget maker Princeton. With some scissors, a healthy amount of glue, and delicate little fingers, you too can have your very own, retro styled, real deal working PC speakers. There’s a tiny 3W amp and 1W speaker with 3.5mm audio jack and USB cable included in the kit. And, if you’re wondering, paper is actually pretty conducive to producing great sound. These babies will be available the first half of this month for around $22, so get those glue sticks ready.