\r\n\r\nWe tend to stay away from concepts, but the Transparent Speaker from People People has us begging for more.\r\n\r\nAs they point out, one of the problems with today's speakers is that they have to suit the rooms interior to fit in. \u00a0At least that's what you're wife would say (sexist, yes, but work with us for the sake of example). \u00a0With this speaker it could fit into almost any setting since the the casing is made from glass, or at least that's the idea. \u00a0So mount it on a brick wall and it will adorn a brick facade and so forth. \u00a0It's most certainly not for everyone as some people will prefer the warmth of wood over glass. \u00a0But that's not what makes this speaker system novel or a bit unusual.\r\n\r\nThey have plans to ship it with its very own rechargeable WiFi antenna that plugs into the headphone jack of any computer, smartphone or tablet. \u00a0We're not too crazy about the rechargeable aspect, but wireless music is always a big plus in our book, especially since it negats draping cords all over the place. \u00a0However, you'll still need to provide this speaker with power, so inevitably a cord will fall from its mounted location, unless of course you place it on an outlet.\r\n\r\nWhen and if this speaker does ship, it won't include the glass box. \u00a0Say what!? Instead, you'll be expected to head to your local crafts store, whatever that is, and obtain the box yourself, where upon you'll assemble all the pieces yourself. \u00a0Not our cup of tea, but to People People's credit, this significantly cuts down on the size of the shipping materials as well as the carbon footprint on the Earth's surface.\r\n\r\nSo will we ever see People People's? \u00a0Not yet, though they see it's in development. \u00a0If you wanna keep in touch with them you can email\u00a0speaker[at]peoplepeople.se.