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Lifepop first to connect MP3 mobile phones to mini speaker bags



Friday, January 5, 2007 1:33 EST

(Brooklyn, NY) LIFEPOP breaks out new patent-pending line of Atom Amp portable mini speaker bags and cases (4″X2″X2.5″) made specifically for MP3 mobile phones. These easy-to-use, convenient, fashionable and hip products deliver 1400 milliwatts of hi-fi sound via the ultra-lightweight Atom class amplifier and drivers. All operate on one replaceable 9-volt battery for up to 12-hours of listening. In addition, bags are compatible with all portable audio devices on the market.

LIFEPOP’s Beat Generation line is known for its innovative convergence of high quality stereo technology into fashion bags, cases, totes and backpacks. Visible speakers allow consumers to listen to all portable audio devices without being confined to the secluded world of headphones.

LIFEPOP focuses on market penetration by creating a three-tier pricing structure: mass-market retail, middle-line consumer and high-end extreme sports consumer product lines. With the promise of growing streaming media and world-wide consumer demand for all-in-one portable media devices, LIFEPOP thrives on pushing the once well-defined technological and sociological boundaries by creating and enhancing the world of portable audio freedom. LIFEPOP’s President jAson Entner decrees: “Sound different! Start living and listening outside the box.”

CES Central Hall Booth #17528.

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*At the end of 2006 there were nearly 2.7 billion mobile phone subscribers globally, according to research firm Informa Telecoms and Media. Informa believes the number of handsets sold with music capabilities will be 126.1 million in 2006 – an 80% increase.

In 2006, nearly 950 million handsets were sold around the world, while in 2007 this figure is expected to pass the one billion mark.


LIFEPOD/LIFEPOP 45 Main Street #1004, Brooklyn, New York 11201 USA. and


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