The Tangle DNA iPod speakers sit atop a flexible stalks that let you position them however you wish. You can power them with an AC adapter, connect them to your computer via USB or they also run on batteries. If you like this adjustable yet tangled-up look, Tangle has created a whole family of lamps that look like the speakers' siblings.
You might be able to twist these speakers up into a double helix, but in this case DNA stands for Dynamic Neural Audio, which at $63 probably has very little to do with brain surgery. Although the speakers are quite unusual-looking, we're not sure they're equipped to survive natural selection.