At CES in Las Vegas B&O Play introduced a new speaker to their range – the Beoplay M5, a small cylinder speaker designed by award-winning Danish designer Cecilie Manz.
While many products at CES will not see retail availability until late in 2017, the Beoplay M5 is available right ow in Australia and New Zealand.
Priced at $899 (AU – $975 NZ), it’s anything but cheap, in fact, that’s going to be hard to justify right?
But the sound will be what gets you over the line – this omnidirectional speaker packs a solid bass so you’ll feel and hear the music just as you wish.
Ideally for lovers of streaming music, the Beoplay M5 has Chromecast built-in, so you can open apps like Spotify, Pandora or Google Play Music and with the press of a button send the audio to the M5.
It comes in two colours – Natural and Black, with more “seasonal colours” to come later in the year.
Available in Bang & Olufsen stores nationally.
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