Designed by Swann Bourotte, the minimalist White Fruit Radio omits both knobs and buttons in its design. It is made from high-quality sycamore to enhance both its beauty and acoustics.
An LED substrate is hidden beneath the thin surface of the device, according to Yanko Design, and the channel tuning and volume are both controlled by sliding your fingers across the top ridges.
Implications - The owner of the White Fruit Radio is supposed to enjoy the tactile experience that the radio brings forth. The wood that it is made out of is usually reserved for special instruments. It is guaranteed that this innovative radio will sound crystal clear. The radio is very small, so it is also easy to move around and looks great anywhere.
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Simple Radio Controlled by Stone Placement
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