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Tech Spotlight: RokBlok Record Player

RokBlok is the world’s smallest record player, and it’s unlike anything you’re used to when it comes to vinyl. We live in an age of instant gratification. We want to be able to listen to our music anywhere and anytime. With RokBlok, this is actually possible because it’s so tiny.
Vinyl is back, baby! RokBlok is the world’s smallest wireless record player, allowing you to simply place the device on top of any record to instantly listen anywhere. This tiny block packs a huge sound, allowing you to rock out to your favorite records with the built-in speaker, or wirelessly send your music to any Bluetooth device for an even bigger sound.

Not clear how the RokBlok works? Check out this informative video:
— Extremely portable at just 2″ x 4″ long, letting you listen anywhere you can find a flat surface
— Simple as placing the RokBlok on a record & raising the control lever to start playing
— Plays music through its own speakers or can send wirelessly to Bluetooth speakers
— Lets you enjoy original vinyl the way it was meant to be heard

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