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Urbanears' $199 portable speaker is meant to be shared

por Annette Fredericks (2019-08-17)


퍼스트카지노 -text c-gray-1" >Urbanears is back with a connected home speaker, but this time it's both portable and shareable. The Swedish company's new Ralis speaker is small enough to transport and comes with a carrying strap, so you can listen at home or bring it poolside -- where Urbanears promises it's water resistant (IPX2).

live.staticflickr.com/1858/43856257694_ec8f939757_b.jpg" style="max-width:420px;float:left;padding:10px 10px 10px 0px;border:0px;">Ralis offers more than 20 hours of wireless playtime and a built in power bank, so you can charge your phone while you listen. You can select music directly on the speaker or via Bluetooth, and Ralis lets you connect up to three devices, meaning you can DJ with friends. According to the company, you can control the playlist from up to 30 feet away.

Urbanears sticks to its minimalist aesthetic, with flush-mounted buttons. It doesn't stray from its familiar monochromatic design, either, offering the speaker in grey, red or blue. Ralis has both front and back speakers, which are meant to provide richer, spatial sound, and it's listed at $199. That's a welcome drop from the company's first connected home speakers which sold at $450.

Of course, Urbanears will have to compete with connected speakers by another Swedish company, IKEA. We'll see if portability is enough to give Ralis an edge.