I would bet that most smartphone users have music apps or digital tracks on their devices today that they take with them wherever they go. You can listen to those tunes privately with headphones if you want, but those headphones are useless if you want to listen to those tunes so other people can hear too. A new portable speaker called the Spider Pocket Speaker E500 has launched that will let you share those tunes on the go.
The E500 has an internal battery that is good for up to eight hours of playback from a two-hour charge. That charge comes from a USB port on your computer or an AC adapter in the wall. The speaker weighs in at 96g making it very portable, it has a pop up design that allows for a compact design on the go, and better sound once you are ready to jam.
The E500 has a buddy plug system that allows you to add more of the speakers for more sound. The subwoofer inside uses pilot hole tech to increase bass. It is compatible with the iPod, iPhone, MP3 player, and MP4 players as well as a laptop or anything else with a 3.5mm headphone port.