Levitating speakers are the new things that have been invented thanks to advances in technologies. LG is the latest manufacturer to add levitating speakers to the company’s portfolio of products and it plans to showcase it at CES next month.
Many other levitating speakers have looked like flying saucers or a weird UFO and LG’s version of a levitating speaker looks like an Orange press juicer. It has a very fat and chunky base unit that enables the levitating function and the speaker itself has control options.
Speakers levitate thanks to the use of electromagnets and have the capability to last up to 10 hours or that’s what LG claims. The base unit functions as a subwoofer and can also be used as a charger for the speaker.
Once the speaker is floating and has used up all of its battery charge, it will automatically descend slowly onto the base unit for charging. The speaker will also play audio while charging but it won’t look as cool.
There is no further information provided by LG on pricing or launch date for the levitating speaker. However, it will be showcased by LG at CES next week.
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