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Tangle unveils twisty iPod speakers

Omar McFarlane

Far be it from us to be the judges of style, so when Tangle claims its DNA speakers "look as good as they sound," that is ultimately up to you to decide. Employing dynamic neural audio technology, the manufacturer -- better known for the twistable toys sharing its namesake -- is foraying into iPod accessories with a pair of innovative speakers. We have all seen the lengths that other firms have gone through to stand out in this crowd, and Tangle is hardly any different. The company utilizes its bendable toys to float the speakers above a base, allowing you to position them in "any possible direction." Additionally, for the $63 you'll drop on these, you have three options for power -- USB, AC adapter, and AA batteries -- which will definitely keep the music playing, no matter how you have your DNA situated.

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