At just 1.5mm-thick, Panasonic claims that it has developed the “world’s thinnest speaker”. Full production is expected to begin next year. Commercial pricing has not yet been set.

…cutting its previous best effort (an enormous 2.5 millimeters thick) by a full 40%, with this room-shaker sliding in at a far more manageable 1.5 millimeters (or 0.059 inches) . Rest assured, despite being sliced nearly in half, according to Panasonic, the speaker will boast the same great sound quality you’ve come to expect from a speaker the size of a postage stamp

[via engadgetmobile]

At just 1.5mm-thick, Panasonic claims that it has developed the “world’s thinnest speaker”. Full production is expected to begin next year. Commercial pricing has not yet been set.

…cutting its previous best effort (an enormous 2.5 millimeters thick) by a full 40%, with this room-shaker sliding in at a far more manageable 1.5 millimeters (or 0.059 inches) . Rest assured, despite being sliced nearly in half, according to Panasonic, the speaker will boast the same great sound quality you’ve come to expect from a speaker the size of a postage stamp

[via engadgetmobile]