Clearview Clio Invisible Speaker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If design aesthetics are just as important as the sound quality produced by your wireless speakers, then the Clearview Clio speaker is right up your alley.

Unlike any speaker we’ve seen in the past, the Clio utilizes a transparent acrylic glass stereo transducer to produce the sound. Due to the innovative design of the speaker (using the brand’s proprietary Edge Motion technology) sound can easily fill an entire space, making it great for not only music but also as surround sound  for your home entertainment system. Clio uses Bluetooth technology, letting you seamlessly pair any device with the speaker wirelessly. While the top portion of the speaker is optically clear, the base is available in three different color options including dark bronze, charcoal, and silver. Expect all 3 color options to hit the retail scene in March of this year, with a retail price of $350. [Purchase]

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