When Bose came out with the Soundlink wireless speakers I was impressed by the sound quality you get from such a small speaker. I remember the days you had to have a proper stereo with an amplifier to get some decent sound quality flowing to your ears. Fortunately with tech, things have changed and got a lot smaller, making it easy to carry speakers around for those who travel. Bose have risen the bar this time, in a big way. The Bose Revolve Soundlink has a cylindrical shape made in a single piece aluminum enclosure that will deliver sound 360 degrees evenly. This major change means you won’t have to point the speakers in any particular direction. They will work just as well in the middle of the room, in a corner or any other situation. That’s the kind of thing that gets me excited and ready to pull out my credit card and say “Shut up and take my money already!”. Another feature that is no less important is the waterproof design, ensuring the speakers will sit well when you’re by the pool, or when you’re sloshing your martini around. The power range is made to last from 12 to 16 hours of play depending on the size you choose. There will also be a bigger version for those who want to get more power with Bose Revolve Plus with an integrated handle. Basically these are made to play loud with bass and without distortion. Price starts at $199. Buy
Did you know: Bose was founded by Amar Gopal who was a scientist, inventor, academic and entrepreneur.