Axiom Unveils Super-Fancy PC Speakers
Axoim's Audiobyte belts out high-end audio for PC-sized devices -- as well as the iPod.
Aside from cranking out computer sound, the Audiobyte can also play and power your iPod.
November 19, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Let’s disturb the neighbors—in the next cubicle. Axiom just announced its Audiobyte computer speakers, a sure-fire way to find yourself unemployed by the end of the year.

These high-end computer speakers come with a stand-alone amp and two satellite speakers cranking 55 watts each. If you really want to cheese-off your co-workers, you can opt for the subwoofer ($179) as well.

Other features include a frequency response between 100 and 20kHz, and a USB plug to power and play iPods.

Choose from seven finishes; synthetic models are $349, high-gloss synthetic run $399, and real wood will cost you $559.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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