Listen to music with a wave of the hand

Wireless sensors control speaker

Having more than just a few gray hairs, we're still more comfortable with knobs and dials on our toys.

Question Mark Entertainment

But if you're into all this new-fangled wireless stuff these days, you might want to check out the "Motion Speaker" from Question Mark Entertainment (even if it does look like an alien). You can work the controls with a wave of the hand that signals sensors to adjust the volume or change radio channel, according to Electronista. It also has a built-in ambient lighting system to set the mood that's appropriate for your music. Alcoholic beverages not included.

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