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| December 3, 2013
Boost Your iPad Using The Speaker-Equipped soundPad Air Cover
Hoping to boost your iPad Air's built-in speakers, but don't want to invest in a wireless external system? Consider soundPad Air, a brand new addition to Atoll's line of soundPad iPad speaker-covers that is compatible with Apple's latest 9.7-inch tablet, and which can be ordered online for $129.00. It might not look it, but Atoll's soundPad Air promises to pack a serious audio punch. The cover connects to one's iPad both magnetically and using Bluetooth, and features a selection of speakers (including mini subwoofers) built right into the cover itself. This means iDevice owners - both iPhone owners, as well as iPad owners - can use soundPad Air as a super portable speaker. The case includes three control keys, two of which can be used to adjust the volume of music being played using soundPad Air, and the other (we assume) being required to initiate the Bluetooth pairing connection. [caption id="attachment_492805" align="aligncenter" width="642"] soundPad Air.[/caption] Of course, there is no shortage of iOS compatible speakers on the market, and for almost $130 your cash could pick up any number of alternatives. We're hoping to go hands-on with soundPad Air in the near future, so we'll let you know how the speaker-cover performs. For more information, including the option of purchasing soundPad Air, head over to Atoll's website. See also: Report Claims In The Next 5 Years, Wearables Shipments Could Increase By 10 Times, Newsify Gains Further iOS 7 Optimizations, Feedly Article Images And Other Tweaks, and China Mobile Pre-Registration Page Suggests iPhone Launch Could Be Imminent.