Bose Launches New Portable Home Speaker at $349, Supports Alexa and Google Assistant

Bose has announced a new portable smart home speaker called Bose Portable Home Speaker. The latest from Bose comes with a handle and an anodized body. It measures at 7.5-inch tall and weighs 2.3 pounds.

Bose claims that the battery will last for up to 12 hours and the IPX4 water resistance should keep it safe from occasional splashes and spills. As far as innards are concerned, Bose Portable Home Speaker comes with three passive radiators, a high excursion driver and a proprietary deflector. The hardware is designed to offer superior base in all direction.

That apart Bose Portable Home Speaker comes supports Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. So next time you need something you are just a voice command away! In other words, you will be able to control your smartphone, music feed and much more with the Bose Portable Home Speaker.

If you are concerned about privacy Bose has a treat for you. The company has fitted a proprietary mic-off button which will completely power off the microphones. With this in place rest assured that no one is spying or eaves dropping on you. As far as connectivity is concerned, Bose Portable Home Speaker supports all major Bluetooth and WiFi. Furthermore, you can also stream via Spotify Connect or AirPlay 2.

Bose has priced the Portable Home Speaker at $349 and it will be available in Black or Luxe Silver color options. You can also have a charging cradle for an extra $29. If you are looking for a premium home speaker that supports Alexa and Google Assistant, then the Bose might just be the best bet.

[via Android Central]