Bose has released its first dedicated network streaming devices, known as “SoundLink”.

The distinctive feature would be the single piece high quality wireless usb based stereo speaker. Plugging the usb stick into any computer will automatically routes the computer’s sound to the SoundLink without any need to install specific drivers or other software.


The speaker unit itself is normally powered but has a lithium-ion battery that should last for about three hours of playback at full volume and more at reduced levels.

An Infra Red remote communicate to the speaker to send universal play and skip commands as well as volume adjustment.

An aux-in jack is also onboard to support most portable media devices on the SoundLink.

It is also comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which should last for three hours at full blast while varying at different volume levels.

The wireless Bose Desktop Speaker is expected to be available around August 27, 2009.

Price: USD550.-

[ Source: TheHottestGadgets ; SlashGear ; Electronista ; Bose ]


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