The iPad is one popular device, but if there's one thing that users can generally agree upon, it's that the tablet sound leaves little to be desired.
The Sabine speakers are a Kickstarter project that promise to "compliment iPad in design, quality of materials, and craftsmanship." In other words, it overcomes the design limitations of general tablet sound in a package that meets the sleek Apple aesthetic.
Since the iPad's speakers point away from the user towards the back of the tablet, the tablet sound can come off as muffled. The Sabine speakers get around that by having a clip-on, rounded design that puts a higher quality speaker facing the front of the tablet. Sabine clips onto the tablet using a unique adhesive material that allows for repeated removal and attachment. The makers also claim that the aluminum casing of the speakers conducts sound better than plastic casing that is normally found on the iPad. Seems like an improvement on existing tablet sound to me.
Tablet Sound Amplifiers
More Stats +/-
Sustainable Smartphone Amps
Photoshop Touch Apps
Bathroom Tissue Tablet Stands
Evolutionary Mobile Device Infographics
Free 2018 Report & eBook
Get the top 100 trends happening right NOW -- plus a FREE copy of our award-winning book.
Our Research Methodology
This article is one of 350,000 experiments. We use crowd filtering, big data and AI to identify insights.