A lot has been said already about this little, pocket-sized party machine, but we can't but help get in on the action. Called the Deck, this mobile phone looking device is actually the brainchild of Motorola and fashion-forward headphone brand Sol Republic, who decided it was high time for a Bluetooth speaker with plenty of new features and style to pump some new blood into the otherwise low-quality portable speaker market. Unlike other speakers with drivers pointed a certain direction, the Deck is made to be laid on its back, pointing the music up so everyone around can here it, which is perfect for use at parties, at the park, or in the car. (It also doesn't hurt that it makes it much easier to fit in your pocket.) Probably the most creative features it "Heist Mode," which allows up to five people to link with the Deck to allow the group to take turns playing songs. If you're interested, the device comes with a $200 price tag and is expected to release in yellow, blue, red, and "gunmetal" now via the brand's online shop.