Elecom introduced 2 new models of compact speakers for smartphones today:
ASP-SMP120 (ball-shaped) and ASP-SMP220 (cube-shaped). Both will be released in early July.
Both of them plays music in your smartphone or iPhone (or any other device with a stereo mini jack) by paired up using a stereo mini plug. They have 2 φ50mm drivers and each of the drivers outputs 300mW.
Elecom is going to release the compact ball-type mono speaker ASP-SMP050 series - a φ3.5mm stereo mini jack for the earphone jack of any smartphone, iPhone or other devices compatible with a φ3.5mm stereo mini jack.
The ASP-SMP050 series is slightly smaller than an actual ping-pong ball. It is able to output 1.5W powerful sound, which is roughly 8 times more powerful than a smartphone speaker.
Elecom is going to release a palm-sized Bluetooth 4.0 monaural (mono) LBT-SPP20 series speaker in late April.
Although the LBT-SPP20 series is a very small mono speaker, it reaches 3W high-output and its twin passive radiators produce rich bass sound. You can experience more powerful and more three-dimensional sound than you expect.
After the speaker gets fully charged through a USB port with the accompanying USB cable, it is able to play continuously for 8 hours.
Elecom is going to release a USB3.0 memory stick with conversion adapter between microUSB and USB - the MF-SAU3 series - in late April. Because of the built-in conversion, the MF-SAU3 series can connect both smartphone (USB2.0) and PC.
This small USB memory stick separates into 3 parts: a USB memory stick, a conversion adapter for smartphone/tablet, and a cap for the adapter.
8GB model - MF-SAU308GBK 16GB model - MF-SAU316GBK 32GB model - MF-SAU332GBK
Elecom is going to release the world's smallest wireless LAN adapter "WDC-150SU2M" in late April.
The part of WDC-150SU2M that sticks out from the USB port is ONLY 5.5mm long. It's so small that you might forget that you have it inserted in to your notebook PC. WDC-150SU2M is compatible with IEEE 802.11n/g/b 2.4GHz, and it connects at 150Mbps.
The population of senior smartphone, tablet, and PC users has been increasing more and more, so products for blue light suppression have growing interest from seniors. As well as being reading glasses, OG-DBLC is able to cut blue light by 43% and also protect your eyes against UV rays by 99.9%.
Elecom made a stylus pen that can connect to smartphones, tablets or other devices through Bluetooth and they can quickly change to a phone receiver when these devices receive a phone call. Elecom calls it Bluetooth headset (LBT-PHS02MPSV) and it will be released in mid-March.
Elecom is going to release a compact mobile Bluetooth speaker LBT-SPP300AV series supporting aptX codec in early March. It supports NFC, too.
It is a triangular prism shaped device, and it is smaller than a 500ml plastic bottle so that you will feel comfortable carrying it in your bag. 3 colors are ready to be released: Silver, Black and Red.
The LBT-SPP300AV series has 2 40mm full-range speakers and a passive radiator to play high and low pitch well-balanced sound.