It seems that Bose has introduced some new updates with its latest portable speakers. These new Bose portable speaker is equipped with Alexa, Google Assistant and 360 audio. The Audiophile is expanding its smart speaker offerings with the aptly named Bose Portable Home Speaker, which includes Bluetooth connectivity, voice control and virtual assistant integration into a 7.5-inch by 4-inch package. These home base speakers will be available in Triple Black and Luxe Silver color options.
It has introduced its own portable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi smart speaker. The $349 Bose Portable Home Speaker, which will be available on September 19, 2019.
Bose Portable Home Speaker
Earlier Bose and Sonos combines together to launch different home bas speakers and other sound devices. But this time Bose itself unveiled its new portable home speaker. Other than this, the 2.3-pound speaker is made for live and fun activities. These speakers are with 12 hours of battery life, an IPX4 water-resistance rating
On the other hand, these speakers push out 360-degree sound using one active driver, three passive radiators and a deflector. To offset the speaker’s small size, Bose is using that deflector to focus its bass frequencies, which can be lacking in portable speakers that sport a small form factor. The combination of a single driver and proprietary mono-signal technology accurately reproduce music and voice recordings in all directions; there’s no need to worry about sitting in the “sweet spot”
Beside the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant which are inbuilt, also features to support Apple’s AirPlay 2 as well. Therefore, users can access features such as podcasts, news and weather, and control smart home devices without connecting a phone.
While, speaking of controls, user will find a series of top-mounted buttons that cover all of the usual features. There are buttons for Volume up/down, track skip, and play/pause, plus a microphone-mute button that Bose claims is your guarantee of complete privacy.