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Mini Speakers of Every Size, Shape and Color at CES

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January 8, 2014
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Mini speakers are everywhere at CES this year. They ranged from foldable speakers to rubber covered, rugged outdoor speakers, neon colors for teens and animal characters for kids. There were even purse-shaped speakers designed with ladies in mind. This looks to be the year of the mini speaker.


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