Libratone Zipp AirPlay speaker is a true blue portable device
Libratone has just made an announcement for the first no-compromise and hassle-free wireless speaker in the market, calling it the Libratone Zipp. You know that you have got yourself quite the winner here with the Libratone Zipp, where it comes in an attractive and compact form factor that is also proud to be the first and only device which is capable of delivering the performance and convenience of AirPlay without having to have a Wi-Fi network in the vicinity. Not only that, you are able to kiss goodbye to all kinds of complicated setup courtesy of Libratone’s all-new PlayDirect technology.
The battery-powered Libratone Zipp will enable you to take wireless high-end audio to the outside world, although I am not quite sure whether sharing your devoted musical taste in Justin Bieber is something that the general public would appreciate. It is said that a full charge on this puppy is capable of delivering up to eight hours of continuous playtime when wired, and half that amount when you rely on a wireless connection.
Not only that, when you want to be fashionable, the Libratone Zipp will not disappoint you at all, since it also comes with changeable wool covers in eight vivid colors that is able to suit all tastes and occasions. Similar to the rest of the Libratone product family, the Libratone Zipp will play nice without a hitch or hassle with the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Mac, and of course, who can forget the venerable PC.
If you are interested in the Libratone Zipp, you will be able to pick it up in Salty Grey or Raspberry Red October 2012 onwards at $399 a pop. Alternatively, you can opt for the Libratone Zipp to come in a 3-pack-color box with two extra wool zip-on covers thrown into the mix, and these will set you back by $449 per box.