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IASUS Mobile Amp promises improved audio, battery life


IASUS Concepts has introduced its Mobile Amp, a portable high-fidelity audio amplifier for mobile devices. The Mobile Amp features an independent rechargeable power source, which the company claims improves audio and power output to headphones, and as a result of lower power demands from the player, extends the playtime of devices like the iPod by up to “20% to 50%.” Other features include a machined aluminum analog volume control, a piano black finish with gunmetal accents, an included audio output splitter, and a built-in, rechargeable lithium polymer battery. The IASUS Mobile Amp is available now from Soundrite and sells for $59.

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Hm, I am under the impression that the claim of “world’s smallest” on their website might be disputed. The XIN SuperMicro is 2x1x0,7. The li-poly idea is very interesting though. And the thing is dirt-cheap enough to make for nice base-material for the mod-happy, although the exposed volume control looks anything but practical.

Posted by Bad Beaver on November 7, 2007 at 10:54 AM (CST)

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