We are not really sure what’s with the book-shaped products being manufactured off late? Just yesterday we acquainted you with the smartphone-controlled home bar, and here is a Bluetooth speaker that looks almost like a stack of books (placed horizontally). Developed by Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer Muji, the book-like Bluetooth speaker MJFSP-1 can hide easily amid books or boxes of files on the desk or on the bookshelf revealing its identity only via its yellow digital clock display.
Measuring 100 × 276 × 318mm (length, breadth and height), Muji MJFSP-1 supports Bluetooth 3, weighs 2.8kgs and plays FM radio. Ideally a single box of the unique shaped box should be good enough with its 10W output, but in case you enjoy stereo sound, you’ll have to buy a pair. Two speakers connect with each other via a capable provided with the (approximately) $127 wireless speaker system.