Exclusively for CNET Members: Get a Panda Pal Speaker System and help save the giant panda

At this point I think it's fair to assume that we've all purchased something from a daily deal site, but have you ever been able to help a cuddly pal at the same time? With today's CNET Exclusive you can!

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Did you know that Pandas International estimates there are fewer than 2,000 giant pandas living today? This week CNET Exclusives is pairing up with Accessory Power and asking our audience to shop to help the endangered Giant Panda. Accessory Power is hooking up the CNET audience with its GOgroove Panda Pal High-Powered Portable Mini Speaker System. The company has not only passed on a terrific deal ($16.99 with free shipping), it's also generously donating 5 percent of Panda Pal's net profits to Pandas International's Bamboo Project. Pandas International, a nonprofit organization, is working to help giant panda preservation efforts by increasing public awareness, research, and habitat protection.

Made in the likeness of the panda, this speaker looks adorable, but sounds fierce! Unlike the giant panda, it conveniently sits in the palm of your hand. The speakers plug into any 3.5mm audio input -- like your laptop, cell phone, or iPod. With the option of USB charging or batteries, you will be able to bring your Panda Pal wherever you listen to tunes.

Panda Pal Speaker
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After personally testing the Panda Pal and hearing its awesome sound, I have decided to take a break from my usual Father's Day coupon book of free hugs and car washes and will be getting my dad this adorable pal for his desk! Dad, try and act surprised next weekend!

Not a member of CNET Exclusives? What are you waiting for? Join today, grab your GOgroove Panda Pal Speaker, and help the endangered Giant Panda!

About the author

Liza Maloy isn't a CNET editor, but she has a pretty fun job: She's the CNET Audience Development Manager, bringing exciting giveaways, contests, and special offers to the CNET audience.

 

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