Okay, if you go over to the Pyp-Bomb website, you'll see some of the most ridiculous marketing-speak ever coined:
The PyP-Bomb is truly the next generation in quality portable power amplifiers. Combining solid state technology with state-of-the-art circuitry the PyP-Bomb is able to reproduce your instrument like no other portable amp can. Not only is the PyP-Bomb a great guitar amp, but it can also become your portable bass amp, harp amp, and even portable PA system! With the proper adapter, and a pair of PyP-Bombs, you can even get stereo reproduction from your iPod or any other standard MP3/CD player!
That paragraph is the best example of writing-by-groupthink that I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot. How something combines solid state technology and state-of-the-art circuitry is utterly beyond my powers of reasoning.
Here's my translation: it's an 18W solid-state amp with 1/4" and 3.5mm inputs, built in to a piece of 4" PVC tubing. ThinkGeek sells it for $149 as an iPod accessory, believe it or not. It has a rechargable battery, which is (according to the site) good for two weeks of "normal use," whatever that is. While the superlatives and description are just lame as lame can be, that doesn't change the fact that this is a pretty cool product, I think.