Stream Netflix Or Hulu Using This Connected Coconut

Stream Netflix Or Hulu Using This Connected Coconut

The product's creators hope consumers will jump at the chance to bring a taste of the Caribbean into their home technology set-up

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 18 november 2016

Want to spice up your living room with something a bit more tropical? Thanks to Multicoco, you’ll soon be able to bring the elements of a Caribbean vacation into your own home. Launched by Colombia-based Gato Naranja Creative Studio, Multicoco is catering to consumers who value technology that makes a statement with its connected coconut that stores functional TV streaming devices.

The coconuts, which are hand-picked, are fitted with a small circuit board that runs Android TV, along with holes for an HDMI port and two USB 2.0 ports are drilled into each one. The festive devices also support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.


It remains to be seen whether consumers will jump at the chance to liven up their living rooms with the Caribbean flair the company promises, but Gato Naranja is hopeful its product will stand out in a sea of sleek Apple TVs and Chromecasts.




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