Friday, 2 January 2015

Now Music Floats in the Air: Bluetooth Leviating Speakers

Technology is going freak everyday from smartphones to Quantum Display TVs, From Self Driving Cars by Google to Wearable techs. Everyday new innovation is is coming i tech world, making our lives easier and faster, making the world a smaller place.

The innovation I found over these days is Floating Speakers. Yes, they really float in air!!! but, above their magnetized base. The Beautiful Speaker above is named as OM ONE. It's creators not say tat it is cool but it also raises it's performance buy producing sound in 360 degrees surface area, which makes possible to get out more sound from less powerful speaker. That is why the OM ONE consume less power than other bluetooth speakers. The 3-watt speaker helps it's rechargeable lithium-ion battery to give 15 hours on music on 70 percent volume

The OM ONE speaker's orb measures 9.1 cm in diameter and floats 3 cm in air above the base and weighs 340 gms (levitating friendly). It has 75 mm audio driver and a built-in microphone to make phone calls. The magnetic base which has a luminous Hindu Lord Shiva's OM symbol is 16 cm in diameter and 4 cm in height. Also the speaker is portable and can be used on on it's own only the base is needed to be plugged into a wall socket.

The OM ONE is being crowd-funded through the Om Audio website, with the goal of US $100,000, which is already reached. The pricing will be around $179 and raised to $199. 

Here's the video description of The OM ONE speaker:

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1 comment:

  1. You have raised an important issue..Thanks for sharing..I would like to read more current affairs from this blog..keep posting. jazz music


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