Etón announces Rugged rukus availability
Etón Corporation has just announced that they have made available recently the Rugged rukus. The name of this particular peripheral sure makes it sound as though it is capable of creating a, well, ruckus, where it comes across as a portable, Bluetooth wireless, solar-powered sound system which should make it a decent candidate for those crazy summer parties that the young folk like to organize. After all, we are talking about the Rugged rukus coming in a durable and IPX4-certified splash-proof design, not to mention being able to play your favorite tunes while simultaneously ensuring that your handheld device remains juiced up and ready for use – as long as the Rugged rukus has not exhausted its battery supplies, that is.
Esmail Hozour, CEO of Etón Corporation, said, “The Rugged rukus is extremely portable and splash-proof, so it’s easy to take your tunes with you anywhere and everywhere. Because you’re able to charge your smartphone and take advantage of its built-tough design, it’s essential gear for any outdoor adventure.”
Coming in a lightweight and compact design, the Rugged rukus would be best described as an all-terrain, solar-powered, wireless speaker which was specially designed so that it can be uncompromising and tough without having to sacrifice awesome stereo sound. It is capable of pairing up with just about any other Bluetooth-compatible device out there, delivering crisp stereo sound thanks to a couple of its highly efficient, full-range speaker drivers.
The 20 square-inch high-efficiency solar panel is an alternative to its USB adapter to juice up its internal lithium battery, ensuring that even when you are in the great outdoors with nary a single power plug in sight, the Rugged rukus is still good to go. Thanks to the built-in USB port, you are able to juice up your smartphone to make sure that the tubthumpin’ party never stops. It takes approximately 5 hours in direct sunlight so that it can be fully charged, or you can opt for the traditional method of plugging it in, and the power outlet would juice up the $99.99 Rugged rukus in about 2 ½ hours.