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Mino+ Speaker - Lexon x Jean-Michel Basquiat - EQUALS PI

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This mini portable Bluetooth® speaker fits in the palm of your hand to deliver an impressive 3W sound quality and is wirelessly rechargeable so you can easily listen on the go. 

Mino+ offers two charging methods: wirelessly with any Qi-enabled charging pad or via its USB-C port. You will no longer worry about running out of battery while enjoying your favorite tracks.

Stream your music from your smartphone or tablet for up to 3 hours! Wondering how to enjoy a continuous listening experience without worrying about the battery level? Simply place Mino+ on a wireless charging station to make it always-on powered. Thanks to its built-in TWS technology, you can connect two Mino+ together and double the pleasure with an immersive stereo sound. 

Lexon, a French brand known for its commitment to design, technology, and art, has launched an exclusive collection incorporating the artwork of Jean-Michel Basquiat, including his 1982 piece called Equals Pi, shown here.

Product Details:

    • Mini Bluetooth® speaker
    • Pairable with TWS technology
    • Hands-free microphone
    • Selfie remote
    • Bluetooth® 4.2
    • Bluetooth® distance: 10 m
    • Battery life: up to 3h
    • Charging time: 1h
    • Rechargeable via USB-C port (cable included) or wirelessly
    • Material: Aluminum / ABS
    • Dimensions: 1.45" x 1.45″ – Ø 3.7 x 3.7 cm
    • Gross weight: 2.57 oz – 73 g


    About the artwork:

    Jean-Michel Basquiat, Equals Pi, 1982

    “Equals Pi” (1982) originates from a much sought-after period in Basquiat’s career and is revered for its captivating hue reminiscent of robin egg blue. This masterpiece showcases a variety of the artist’s trademark elements, including crowns, skulls, enigmatic symbols, and the recurrent fragmented words that feature prominently in his other significant works. The title alludes to the equations interwoven on the canvas’s right side, offering a glimpse into Basquiat’s fascination with mathematics. Pi, a mathematical constant, frequently emerges unexpectedly in a myriad of mathematical scenarios, and its incorporation adds an extra layer of intrigue to the artwork.

    © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Licensed by Artestar, New York

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