The Chinese company Meizu took the first step towards conquering the American market, but instead of the expected line of smartphones, the Gravity wireless speaker system with an unusual appearance proposed by the Japanese designer Kosho Tsuboi was introduced. Due to the transparent stand located only on one side of the Bluetooth speaker, it seems that the device is floating in the air. Above the main metal case with soft fabric trim there is a “weightless” prism, which is assigned the role of a projection screen that displays information about the track. Inside Gravity there are two 1.25-inch drivers with a power of 10 W each, a pair of passive bass drivers, a TAS5754M amplifier, an Allwinner R16 quad-Core Cortex-A7 processor, 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of flash memory. The claimed dynamic range of the speaker system is from 70 Hz to 20,000 Hz. Connecting to a sound source is via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or AUX-output. You can work with streaming services Spotify, Soundcloud, TuneIn and Last.fm. The novelty is running Android 4.4.2. and is compatible with Android and iOS devices. While on Gravity, you can pre-order through Indiegogo for $ 169.