By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : May 19, 2017 11:11 am
Both the Bluetooth speakers will be available from May 26 at Bose retail stores and company’s official website.
Bose has added two new members to its Bluetooth speaker portfolio with the launch of SoundLink Revolve and SoundLink Revolve+. The former comes with a price tag of Rs 19,900, while the latter is priced at Rs 24,500. Both the Bluetooth speakers will be available from May 26 at Bose retail stores and company’s official website.
The major highlight of the Bluetooth speakers is the true Omni-directional sound output and a new acoustic design language. Both of them features a cylindrical shape and are built from a single-piece aluminium. There is no front and back, as it supports 360-degree sound.
The company says that the speakers combine dual-opposing passive radiators with a powerful, efficient transducer, which is positioned face-down, and a new patented acoustic deflector. This coupled with an added pressure trap, eliminate distortion and sound radiates uniformly in every direction with deep, rich bass.
Both the models features an IPX4-rating to withstand spills, rain and pool splashes. They are also rugged meaning that it survive, drops, bumps and dings. The SoundLink Revolve comes with a 12 hours of battery life and weighs 680 grams, while the SoundLink Revolve+ delivers a battery life of 16 hours and weighs around 907 grams.
Both the speakers can be paired through NFC, feature plain-language voice-prompts for fool-proof set-up, and integrate microphones to use as a speakerphone, or with Siri and Google Assistant.
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