Bose has recently released a monaural wireless speaker, the SoundTouch 10 and at the same time refreshed their existing SoundTouch 20 and 30 speakers. The chances are that the Bose name is enough for you to either desire or dismiss the speakers immediately, regardless of what the product actually is. For those who do not immediately cringe away from the brand, this speaker utilizes the Waveguide technology found on new Bose products to attempt to compensate for the monaural design of the SoundTouch 20. They have incorporated a remote into the package as well as support for streaming from sources such as Spotify or Pandora. The speaker requires mains power, you won't be taking this on the road as it does not have a battery inside of it as many wireless speakers do. If you are interested you can drop by NitroWare to check out the full review.
"Bose's 2015 SoundTouch speakers offer internet music streaming connectivity, precision audio design and ease of use. With the compact SoundTouch 10, Bose is trying to appeal to an audience who may be new to the brand. Does Bose's efforts warrant your hard earned money? We discuss this in a preview of these new speakers."
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