Lexon was one of the first electronic accessories companies in France to employ well-known designers to conceive their tech objects. Designed by Manuela Simonelli and Andrea Quaglio, the Lexon Mino Speaker resembles a coffee capsule.
At MoMA Design Store, we offer the most cutting-edge products that use tech to enhance everyday life. Every item that is selected is product-tested using real-life scenarios, and reviewed by MoMA design curators to ensure that it passes our ultimate litmus test: Is this design truly useful? If it didn't exist, would the world miss it?
Cute and colorful, these tiny Bluetooth 3W speakers can be populated around your home for music wherever you want it. Struggling to take the perfect selfie? Sync Mino to your phone and use the convenient selfie remote button. A microphone allows you to make and receive hands-free calls. Rechargeable with included USB cord. Made by Lexon, a manufacturer with work in MoMA’s collection.
Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio
1.4h x 1.4"diam.
Aluminium, ABS plastic, electronics
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