The VSB210 and VSB210WS are both designed to deliver high performance surround sound experience without multiple speakers. Each one has a piano black finish with chrome accents as well as a hybrid tabletop stand and wall mount bracket for flexible installation.
The only difference between the two models is that the WS has a wireless subwoofer. It is not completely wireless, as it requires a single cord to attach to any flat panel TV. The subwoofer is an advanced 2.4GHz outfitted with a long throw 6.5 inch woofer providing bass response that extends from 35Hz to 80Hz.
As for the specs for the soundbar, both models have four 3-inch high efficiency mid/bass drivers and dual 3/4 inch high performance aluminum dome neodymium tweeters. They also have a harmonic distortion of less than .01 percent, along with SRS TruSurround sound. They also have TruVolume, which prevents fluctuations in sound when watching commercials and changing channels.
The VSB210 is scheduled to be released in April for a price of about $199.99. As for the VSB210WS with wireless subwoofer, it will be out in February for about $349.99.