LG Floating Bluetooth Speaker Announced Ahead Of CES 2017
LG has announced that it will introduced new Bluetooth speaker (PJ9) at the CES 2017 next month. The bluetooth speaker from LG can float in mid-air. To explain the floating part of these speakers first, the device uses electromagnets to create a magnetic field, that helps it float.
The LG floating Bluetooth speakers feature a 360-degree sound. It has a simple Egg-shaped design and has cylindrical woofer station. The speaker grille on the outside is shaped like a turbine engine of an aircraft. The speakers also features Dual Passive Radiator technology to reproduce flush mid-range tones and crisp highs for enhanced sound quality.
The speakers are waterproof with IPX7 ratings, so you can use it underwater for up to 30 minutes at a depth of one meter.
The speaker features wireless charging, so when the speaker runs out of power, it drops down to the center of the woofer station, and starts charging wirelessly It promises up to 10 hours of battery life so you can also carry the speaker easily of outdoor use.
Regarding the price and availability, the company has held on to it until the official launch at the CES 2017 which kickstarts January 5th, 2017.