Bēm Wireless is a company known for their unique and fun Bluetooth speaker designs. This year, they’re taking that theme even further with their next generation of speakers. The themes for 2014 are new high quality wireless 5.8GHz systems and speakers with integrated Lightning solutions.
Wireless Speaker Duo
Ever want a pair of great sounding speakers that dock into something resembling an awesome 1980s boombox? Bēm has granted your wish. The Wireless Speaker Duo gives you two speakers connected on the 5.8GHz band and can be placed up to 80 feet from the receiver while retaining sound quality. They feature 2.1 surround sound and conductive charging of the speakers within the boombox-esque case. There’s also USB and an auxiliary input. They’ll set you back $179.99 suggested retail.
Wireless Speaker Mojo
The Mojo is a Bluetooth speaker with a little extra. Like the Duo, it features conductive charging at its base, but the base also doubles as a 1800mAH portable battery. The tiny unit also includes full speakerphone capabilities with an built-in microphone. It’ll set you back $89.99.
The Party Blocks feature the 5.8GHz technology from the Duo, but are designed for being outside. While they are not waterproof, they are water resistant and come as a 3-piece set with two speakers and a Bluetooth base. What’s more, they give your outdoor party a lightshow with multi-mode, multi-color LED lights. The party blocks come in at $249.99.
Lighted Bluetooth Speakers
Also new for 2014 are a trio of lighted Bluetooth speakers. The flagship is the Sunrise. This is a combination alarm clock, bed light, Bluetooth speaker, and speakerphone. Next up is the $99.99 Academia, so named for the 5w extendable LED desktop lamp built into the unit. It also serves as a Bluetooth speaker, and provides two USB ports for charging devices. Last up is the $69.99 Express. It includes LED mood lighting while acting as a Bluetooth speaker and stand.
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These wireless bluetooth speakers are looking innovative. I love the concept of including digital clock on bluetooth party block.
Benjamin J. Roethig says
Yeah, I thought these were pretty cool too.