This Smart Device Is Sonos’ First Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Aug 20, 2019

Category: Tech

When it comes to speakers, one of the most trustworthy names in the game is Sonos. They deliver devices that do justice to the music you adore and the films you love. Their new Sonos Move Bluetooth Speaker is an audio device that can provide you with stellar sound and assistance around your home.

Compared to the Sonos One, the Move Bluetooth speaker is taller and wider, yet still has an eye-pleasing minimalist design, allowing complement any modern home. The device supports voice commands and is compatible with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so your hands will be free to work on projects or do chores around the house. And it’s the first Sonos speaker to support Auto Trueplay, which uses the Move’s built-in microphones to automatically adjust the audio output for astounding performance. You can learn more about this audio device when Sonos hosts its press event, starting on August 26.

Learn More: Sonos

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