Bose announces SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker
Bose has unveiled a couple of new devices for those who care about portability - one is the new QuietComfort 20 in-ear noise canceling headphones, while the other is the SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker system.
"Handheld speakers aren't new, but none are like the SoundLink Mini," says Phil Hess, vice president of the Bose Home Entertainment Division. "Developing a smaller speaker wasn't the goal and it wasn't enough. The SoundLink Mini had to be small, and it had to offer better sound than any speaker of its size. And we believe it does."
The latest SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker delivers full and natural sound from an ultra-compact speaker that can also fit in your palm comfortably. You can connect the speaker wirelessly to your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth device and listen to your music, videos or games on the go.
The speaker weighs only 1.5 pounds, which is nearly the weight of an average tablet. The speaker is made of anodized aluminum which is able to resist scratches and fingerprints, but at the same time it's strong and durable for everyday use. The SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker comes with a charging cradle and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which gives up to seven hours of usage. You can also buy soft covers in orange, green and blue colors.
Bose has already started to take pre-orders of the speaker, which has a price tag of $199.99. The shipping date as indicated on Bose's website is July 1. The company will be selling the soft covers for the speaker for $24.95. Bose will also retail a travel bag for the speaker for $44.95. You can buy the speaker directly from Bose or from the select authorized dealers.
If you use your tablet or smartphone regularly on the go and want to listen to listen to your media content with your friends and family, then the latest Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker is a good option. Some buyers may find the price of the speaker a bit on the higher side, but then, Bose is all about premium quality .
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