If you read as many tech and gadget blogs as I do you come across some unusual devices. Some are useful, some amusing, some just plain weird. Most of what I follow focuses on the Apple universe, but every so often something outside that is so compelling I feel the need to share.
So my friends, courtesy of New Scientist I bring you the Play-A-Grill, the MP3 player that comes too late to capitalize on ANY demographic. The device is a bizarre mashup of electronics and urban fashion; mixing an MP3 player with a gold or silver colored metal teeth veneer. The device is controlled by the tongue, sound is relayed through the teeth and the bones of the skull to the eardrums (if played loudly enough, others will be able to hear the music from the user’s open mouth). No mention is made of the Play-A-Grill’s (or would that be Play-A-Grillz?) technical specs, but to be honest they hardly matter; anyone who would invest in prosthetic metal teeth that can relay music through your skull isn’t likely going to be shopping around for a device that offers the most capacity or widest variety in audio formats supported.