Small things can still pack a big punch, especially if you hit start when Lil Mac's got one of those star points. For a small thing that'll make you an audio King (Hippo), check the Jambox.
Previously known only for helping you skirt the new no-talking-while-driving law, hands-free-device maker Jawbone's now dropping this ultra-light (12oz) Bluetooth speaker/speakerphone that works wirelessly with any smartphone/laptop/other BT-enabled device, and, despite its chalkboard eraser-size, delivers home-entertainment-system-quality via a single, ultra-small dome speaker, though act fast as Nancy Pelosi's days are numbered. Encased in industrial-weight molded rubber, this stainless steel-constructed music-brick achieves said sound quality thanks to a pair of proprietary, German scientist-developed acoustic drivers that produce both extreme high (tweeter) and low (woofer) frequencies, and're aided by an innovative passive bass radiator they call "moving-wall", and Gilbert Arenas calls the only way he'll ever see the ball again. Features-wise the JB boasts a 'home' button that that allows you (from up to 33 feet away) to use your iPhone's voice control function, and a built in microphone that lets you make calls with "office-quality", which is pretty much limited to Pam and Jan, but only post-surgery.
On the outside the JB boasts a sleek 4-button interface, four solid color options (black/red/blue/grey), and a port for the same charger cord used to power the Jawbone "hands-free", allowing for up to ten hours of continuous play, keeping you rocking until it's time for Mr. Sandman.