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Yamaha PDX-11 portable speaker system



There are plenty of iPod/iPhone speaker docks on the market, but not many of them look as cool as Yamaha's PDX-11 ($129). It's a clear throwback to the days of the portable boom box and even has an integrated handle for extra portability. The octagon-shaped speaker has a perforated steel front grill, comes in a choice of four colors (white, dark blue, green and black) and also has a 3.5mm audio input so it will work with all non-Apple devices, too. The PDX-11 is powered by six AA-batteries which Yamaha says is good for up to eight hours of music playback. Enough to fill your Christmas day with tunes.

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  • Fiona

    8 minutes is not very long! Will the short term enjoyment be outweighed by the nuisance of the short battery time?

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