When it comes to accessories for Apple devices, the market is flooded with products ranging from hefty priced docking systems to interesting acoustic mechanisms. However, what separate a slew of many such contraptions from the exclusivity of a few are their inherent design considerations. In this regard, the Aeropad Two clearly demonstrates its exquisite craftsmanship by taking advantage of the novel yet vernacular essence of the one and only bamboo.
The rising admiration for bamboo in industrialized countries is clearly showcased in a number of avenues. However, this time the designers chose a path less tread, by making use of this naturalistic component in an iPad speaker system. Of course, both the form and function of this conception has been maintained along with those gloriously sober visuals.
Coming to the core specs, the system encompasses four different speakers along with a single subwoofer for high quality sound output. However, beyond just good sound attributes, the design also entails 'collective' usage. For example, an integrated 30 pin port allows the AeroPad Two to work in unison with a myriad of Apple devices including the iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, along with the aforementioned iPad. And, finally to notch up on user convenience, the set up also incorporates an auxiliary input for mini-jack 3.5 millimeter devices.