Turn your ceiling into a speaker

Why? Because you can

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Crave prides itself on embracing (almost) all techno-cultures, but this is one trend that's left us baffled: turning tabletops and other flat surfaces into speakers .

The latest entry into this apparently growing market is the "Soundbug," which Gadgetizer says resulted from a "British moment of inspiration." The $70 device, which is supposedly compatible with anything from media players and laptops to game consoles, has a suction cup designed to ensure proper conductivity for "wicked sound output"--as well as allowing it to work with walls, ceilings or anything else it'll stick to. We think it's also sure to annoy just about anyone else in the room.

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