RokBlok Portable Record Player

Dec 7, 2016

Category: Tech

Most audiophiles can agree that there’s just something better about vinyl than any other audio format. Its warm nostalgia has also seen a recent resurgence. In fact, there are a vast number of modern musical groups that are producing records on vinyl again. The problem is, vinyl is one of the least portable media types. That is, until now.

At just 2 inches by 4.33 inches, the RokBlok is the world’s smallest wireless record player. How does it work? Well, instead of a device that makes the record spin, this little device “drives” itself around the record, pumping the sound out of its onboard speaker. Or you can connect it via Bluetooth – at a range of up to 30 feet – to any compatible speakers or headphones for a bigger sound. Once they hit retail, RokBloks will sell for $120. [Purchase]

RokBlok Portable Record Player 01

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