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iFrogz releases world's smallest speaker for mobile devices

Published April 10, 2014 5:31 pm

Mobile • Speaker the size of a keychain to be released this summer.
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Salt Lake City-based iFrogz, a subsidiary of ZAGG that produces accessories for mobile devices, introduced what it calls the smallest Bluetooth speaker for smartphones and tablets.

The Tadpole weighs just .7 ounces is only three inches long and comes in multiple colors. The Tadpole will be released this summer for $19.99 and come in blue, red, purple, black and white.

The speaker is just the size of a keychain remote, and keys can be connected to it through the available keyring. It runs two hours on a rechargable battery and connects with a mobile device through wireless Bluetooth.

ZAGG is the Salt Lake County-based company that produces the invisibleSHIELD protective film for electronic devices.

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