Goal Zero Rock Out 2 targets the outdoor lovers
There is one very good reason why some of us decide to “get away from it all” in terms of our everyday life, as the stress of work would eventually take its toll on the body and mind. Going to the realm of nature is always a soothing experience, and some might even say a soul cleansing one, as you can lose yourself amidst the gurgling waters of the babbling brook, in addition to tuning in to the chirps of the birds flitting around from tree to tree. Well, sometimes we might need something “harder” in terms of music, so we bring our own devices. However, as most electronics tend to be of a sensitive nature, how about something that is rugged enough to withstand whatever else you throw at it? This is where Goal Zero and their Rock Out 2 portable speaker comes in handy.
The Rock Out 2 comes with a rugged, water resistant shell, where all the user needs to do is to plug the attached auxiliary cable into your device’s headphone jack, zip it up and you can begin to jam out to your favorite tunes, all the while with your handset or music playback device of choice remaining nice and safe within the Rock Out 2.
Similar to its predecessor, the Rock Out 2 would feature an internal Lithium-ion battery which will be able to deliver up to 20 hours or playback, and it does so without having to drain the connected device’s battery. Apart from that, the Rock Out 2 would be able to recharge in just a couple of hours via USB, or you can always opt to rely on the power of the sun thanks to the Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel, which will require an additional 60 minutes to fully power up. If you are interested in the Rock Out 2, it will arrive in red, black green, blue and camo shades for $59.99 each.