It may be a little early to call Freakvibe a failed campaign, but it has a long way to go toward its $90,000 Kickstarter crowdfunding - goal. With only 10 percent down and 22 days to go, the company will only have a shot if it can pull out some strong late-inning support. The small brick-like speaker can, like countless other audio amplifiers, play music via an old-school, 30-pin dock connector or via Bluetooth. But what really sets the 2.1 system apart from most competitors is its ability to play music via near-field amplification.
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