Released August, 2009
The Cons:Expensive. Poor Sound Quality.
The Bose SoundLink is a wireless music system consisting of a wireless speaker and a USB dongle key. Once the key is plugged into a computer, users can stream iTunes, Internet Radio, Podcasts, and really any other audio format directly to the wireless speaker.
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And the unit features a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, which means that it can be temporarily unplugged from an outlet and moved to another room—or even outdoors. Included also is an auxiliary port for directly connecting any other music device, such as an MP3 or CD/DVD player. It is a decent system, but many critics do cite its extremely high price. Other models — such as the Sony VGF-WA1 and Mint 220 — offer the same functionality at a far cheaper price.
- Wireless Music System
- Wireless Speaker
- USB Dongle Key (60’ Range)
- Lithium-Ion Battery (Rechargeable)
- Auxiliary Port (MP3/DVD/CD)
- Waveguide Speaker Technology
- Remote Control
- AC Power Cord
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