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Control Fallout T-51 Power Armor Helmet Bluetooth Speaker with Gestures

When it comes to the gaming room, it is easy to decorate it with themed furniture, TV screens, lighting, and wallpapers. But, if you are a kind of gamer who would like to show off your fantasy for Fallout series, this Bluetooth speaker shaped like the  T-51 Power Armor Helmet is perfect for you. Make a great impression by showcasing the speaker in your living room or on the shelf, just above your gaming screen.

There are a variety of Bluetooth speakers you may own or have seen over time, but this one is distinguished by its gesture-based controls. You can operate the speaker with simple motions of the hand.

Wave your hands up and down in front of the sensor to control volume and from side to side for changing tracks. Standing about 7.5-inch tall, it is a futuristic gesture controlled Bluetooth speaker that’s a sure conversation starter wherever it sits.

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It has a maximum high- and low-frequency response of 90 ± 20 % Hz. There is a 5V power input, USB port and a 3-Way switch on the back of the spacer for on/off and gesture control. When you are connecting it to a smartphone, it shows up as T-51 Speaker in the Bluetooth list. 

If wishing to buy or gift one to a lazy audiophile in life, it is available for $150 on Bethesda and $170 on Best Buy.

Image: Bethesda

Image: Bethesda

Image: Bethesda

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