G-ZIP Silver Blue iPhone


LOS ANGELES, May 16, 2013 – G-PROJECT, a company dedicated to evolving speakers and accessories for smart devices to be rugged and real-world ready, is expanding its product line with the addition of G-ZIP, a $20 travel sized wired speaker. G-ZIP is available for purchase at Walmart and on the newly re-designed G-Project website (www.gprojectgear.com). G-Project’s G-BOOM, a $100 Bluetooth boombox and G-GO, a $69 water-resistant Bluetooth speaker, are also available at Walmart starting today.


G-ZIP is loud enough to turn any listening experience into an instant party, yet small enough to fit in one hand. The small, portable speaker is equipped with a built-in retractable cable that connects to any device with a standard headphone jack and a rechargeable battery that allows for up to eight hours of playback. G-ZIP is constructed in a rugged housing structure with a protective elastomer base and a flip-out metal loop, making it easy to clip on to any strap or bag for on-the-go listening.


A Bluetooth wireless version of G-ZIP, called G-POP, is available on G-Project’s website for $40, and is equipped with a built-in microphone.


“While all of our G-Project speakers are portable, we wanted to design something that’s small enough to toss in a bag and loud enough to share with your friends,” said Matthew Paprocki, founder of G-Project. “We are excited to introduce G-ZIP to Walmart customers, along with our other highly-rated G-Project speakers.”


Also launching today is G-Project’s new website, which introduces G-Project’s online store and G-Project Culture. The online store will offer the full line of G-Project speakers, in addition to apparel, including hats and t-shirts. The Culture section will highlight the talented musicians, photographers and performers that G-Project has teamed up with, launching with stunning photographs by California photographer Jay Watson, jaw-dropping dance videos with performer and choreographer Madd Chadd and a G-Music section dedicated to the artists featured in G-Project’s videos. Musicians include District 78, Mystery Skulls, Chasing Kings and Parade of Lights.

For the launch of G-ZIP, G-PROJECT teamed up with Chadd “Madd Chadd” Smith (Step Up 3, TheLXD) and electronic music group District 78 to create a fun dance video, unvieling the new speaker. Check-out the video herehttp://youtu.be/KmlG7Hqyogg.

For more information regarding G-PROJECT, visit www.gprojectgear.com

About G-PROJECT (www.gprojectgear.com):

About G-PROJECT (www.gprojectgear.com): G-PROJECT, a California-based company started by creative incubator Goodhatch, is a company dedicated to evolving speakers and accessories for smart devices to be rugged and real world ready. Always built with durability and portability in mind, G-PROJECT is dedicated to creating lifestyle products for on-the-go, adventurous consumers. G-PROJECT is led by a team of industry veterans with backgrounds in design, technology and music.


NOTE: This news release was actually sent to my email box unexpectedly from a company called G-Project. I looked at their other products and looked at reviews to see if what I was being asked to share was worth the time and space here. And I have found that product reviews were favorable, so I am going to post this.


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