The unintentional (?) mouth is actually an IR receiver for the remote that comes with this speaker, but it also completely changes the way you look at Hello Kitty. My mental image of Hello Kitty has possibly been altered forever. Or for just the next five or so minutes. Hard to say.
Bluetooth support is backed up by an auxiliary jack, so you can use virtually any music-playing device with these speakers. You can adjust the volume with remote, but that won’t be nearly as fun (or adorable) as the main method – stroking Hello Kitty’s ears. Inside, there’s a 6 watt subwoofer and two 2.5 watt speakers on either side.
It’s just, I don’t know, man. That IR mouth hole gives her an unsettling blank stare. If you’re willing to let Hello Kitty stare into your soul as you fall asleep (and hey, I wouldn’t blame you if you were alright with that, anyway), you can pick up the Hello Kitty Bluetooth Wireless Speaker from Sanrio for about $150.