Few people have heard of it, yet many consider John Blankenbaker's KENBAK-1 to be the first commercial personal computer.

Koss introduced these headphones over 40 years ago, and they remain affordable favorites to this day.

JBL Spot Speakers

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Okay - finally someone is starting to get it.  If we're going to look all cool listening to music on our slick laptops & MP3 players, we need speakers that look at least as cool.  You're not still listening to music using those lousy slits next to your laptop's screen are you?  Isn't it time that you start living large by getting yourself an amplified set of external speakers?

Lots of external speakers take the easy way out, copying the boxy look of their speaker cabinet brethren.  Other designs capitalize on flat speaker technology - which is great if you don't actually intend on listening to music on them (no bass = no music for me).  More and more manufacturers are getting creative with speaker design, giving listeners a chance to show off their individuality just as much as their choice in music does.

Shake hands with the swank looking JBL Spot Speakers.  Equally at home in the movie "2001" or the city aquarium, these speakers look slick.  You can swap faceplates between black and white (with more to come!), it's all neatly self-contained, and the cables are even cloth covered - like in the old days!

Details from a German website

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