Audio has been much the same for a while now and it is mainly digital in nature. Though being able to carry your favourite tunes around with you is cool, the idea of having something tangible that you can personalise to your own design sounds rather more interesting. Qleek is an idea that consists of a stylish looking music player and wooden hexagon blocks called Tapps, to listen to the music the Tapp is simply placed into the player and the music begins to play. It appears to be very amazing, but in reality, it is like the good old days, but it is a mash up of the physical and digital.
The Tapps are pre loaded with the users own content, so that when the kit arrives it is ready to go, here is how it works. The user browses, tries out, buys and then is able to “Tapp” any content from the biggest media platforms online. Then they are able to manage and organize the Tapps collection, create and build Tapps by using the users own content.
The Qleek player will connect via an HDMI connection to the TV, with a 3.5 mm headphone jack to speakers or Hi-Fi System or though a Bluetooth speaker or headsets. The unique Qleek music system will be going on sale this summer. However, the Qleek player and five Tapps can be pre ordered for a short time from just $250.