Back in the good old days, radios could be made using plywood. It was a project of sorts for students and it seems that Christopher McNicholl is bringing that idea back but only better. Rather than wood, he makes use of cardboards, an eco-friendly alternative that carries a simple design while delivering the radio frequencies for functional use.
While you may already have an idea of what the cardboard radio brings, an added feature is the ability of the invention to accommodate portable media players such as iPods or even an iPhone. This means you can use the cardboard radio’s speakers for sharing your tunes.
The Cardboard Radio from Suck UK retails for £ 25.00 ($25 USD)