Submitted by SJIND 1026d ago | article

Move over, flexible screens: Fujifilm shows off the flexible speaker

Extremetech: As sophisticated phones, tablets, and handheld gaming devices become more prominent, a lot of the focus from the general consumer populace is directed toward those devices’ displays. However, those of you who have to scrunch up your legs under your desk, or meticulously maneuver your monitor in order to include speakers into your battlestation would probably like to hear that Fujifilm has its sight set on the speaker rather than the display, and has developed on that is flexible. (Audio, Fujifilm, Gadgets)

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