Portable speakers are a dime a dozen. There are so many on the market right now it is genuinely hard to find a reason to get excited about the latest supposedly ‘groundbreaking’ release. This newly announced Bose SoundLink Micro, however, has actually grabbed our attention.
This is the smallest portable speaker Bose has ever made. For a company that has been around for over 50 years, that is saying something. But there is more going on here than just the size of this speaker. The SoundLink also features a full, rich audio that comes courtesy of a specially designed transducer and two miniature silicone passive radiators. Along with the surprisingly big sound, the body of the speaker has been designed to be tough enough to stand up to rugged outdoor use. You can strap it to your bag, your bike, or even jump in the pool with it and it’ll meet the test thanks to its silicone body and IPX7 rating. Other features that this speaker offers up include microphone integration for talking to Siri or Google assistant, as well as a full 6-hour battery life. These speakers come in three colors and will go up for sale come the 21st of September.
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