iPad users are vociferous about their love for Apple's flagship tablet except for one detail: weak sound quality from its rear-facing speakers. It's a common gripe that one company aims to solve.
Sabine is an amplifier that redirects sound to the front of the iPad. Laser cut from anodized aluminum to match other Apple products, the device attaches without adhesive.
"We wanted to eliminate the need to cup our hands around our iPads ... but do so in a way that complemented Apple's design language," said Sabine's creators
So far, the amplifier has raised just over half of its $10,000 goal on Kickstarter, with 34 days left in its campaign
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