Available here is a complete archive of the press information on Xmi Pte Ltd, the X-mini products and all the shenanigans that the team gets up to (those that we are ready to share about at least!).
And the media raves!
"While portable music players have been around since well before the Sony Walkman, the age of iPods and digital content on the go has spurred a growing demand for small speakers. Xmi developed the audio technology to deliver high-quality sound with pocket-size speakers and packaged them with built-in rechargeable batteries and an expandable base. No longer tethered to the nearest electrical outlet, people can use the speakers to play their favorite music at the beach, listen to podcasts in any room at home, or give laptop presentations an audio boost at work."
This capsule speaker system may be little--it's smaller than a baseball--but it packs a major sound punch…hooked one up to an iPod shuffle and our breakfast meeting suddenly went from low-key to bumping. What's cool about the X-mini is you can expand it to intensify the bass…the company is laser focused on sound quality, which it achieves by using ceramic components as opposed to cheaper ones.
[BusinessWeek] Asia's Best Young Entrepreneurs 2008
Product Related News
[Akihabara News] X-Mini shrunk the boom box and spiced it up , 2 May 2012
[Akihabara News] The new X-mini Capsule Speakers UNO and MAX on ceramics, 26 Nov 2012
[The Gadgeteer] X-Mini UNO and MAX – New “Sound Beyond Size”, 1 Nov 2012
[Hypebeast] X-mini II Capsule Speaker, 27 Jan 2012
[PCMag] Xmi X-Mini Max, 30 Jan 2013
[Androidguys] X-mini UNO speaker review, 20 Feb 2013