Bose has unveiled a couple of new additions to its range of devices this week, taking the wraps off the new Bose QuietComfort 20 in-ear noise cancelling headphones and Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker system.
The Bose SoundLink Mini has been designed to provide Bose quality sound in a compact mobile speaker system, and is available in a range of colours including blue, orange, green and black.
The Bose SoundLink Mini speaker system has been equipped with a powerful Bluetooth A2DP antenna for a reliable wireless connectivity, and the speaker can be paired with your mobile device with the touch of one button.
“The SoundLink Mini speaker features several engineering advancements precisely integrated in its enclosure: two new passive radiators feature a patented surround to reproduce the lowest low notes. The proprietary passive radiators are driven by new custom-designed, high-efficiency Bose transducers.
Debuting in the SoundLink Mini speaker, the new Bose transducers move twice the air as conventional same-size transducers and deliver clear mid- and high-frequencies. To optimize the audio output, Bose digital signal processing is integrated for tonally balanced sound at any listening level. The resulting experience is unprecedented: the SoundLink® Mini plays the full range of music — lifelike and powerful.”
Bose also include a charging cradle with the Bose SoundLink Mini speaker, and the integral rechargeable Lithium-ion is good for 7 hours of playback.
The Bose SoundLink Mini will be arriving in stores on July 11th and will cost $199.95, soft covers are also available for $24.95 and a travel bag for $44.95.
Source: BoseFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News