The outside of electronics used to complement the inside with a mess of buttons and dials that sent signals through to the complex interior components. Engineers and designers have managed to tidy things up a little, enabling products like the Lexon Radio Flow to emerge.
This charming piece of audio equipment features a transparent design that encourages the user to examine its assembly. The devices is made of rubber, ABS and polycarbonate, featuring bold edging, a opaque circular speaker and a concealed rectangular chamber. A single knob on top and a set of buttons make Philip Wong's gadget easy to figure out.
Listen to your favorite frequency with the Lexon Radio Flow and hook up your mp3 player to amplify your personal music collection.