Audio/Video Gadgets, CES

Braven expands active lifestyle Bluetooth speaker range


If you are one who constantly spends plenty of your time in the great outdoors, or at least love to meet up with your regular group of friends in places which will require a whole lot of protection for your mobile devices since you can never quite tell as to when the skies are about to open up and pour, then you would do well to check out just what Braven has in store for you. In fact, Braven has never shirked away from rolling out rugged portable speakers in the past, and it does not look as though they are about to do so anytime soon. Braven has taken the recent opportunity to introduce a range of active lifestyle Bluetooth speakers with the Braven 105 and the Braven 405, where these two versatile models will bring about modern style, exceptional functionality and superior sound to the Active Series.

 The Braven 105 is said to be the epitome of portability, where this palm-sized Bluetooth speaker will boast of enough power in its reserves to rock wirelessly for up to 8 hours, and since it is slim enough to fit into most pockets and light enough to hang on a bike or strap on a backpack, you can be sure that toting the Braven 105 with you wherever you are is not going to be a burden to your shoulders. Of course it helps a whole lot that the Braven 105 is also IPX7 waterproof rated and comes with an attachable carrying loop for easy portability.

As for the mid-sized speaker known as the Braven 405, this is perfect for a fitness studio, locker room, gym, pool, or deck, as it delivers premium sound in a dynamic, all-weather design. It will be waterproof with an IPX7 rating, and functions as a portable backup battery as and when required, sporting enough juice to pump music for up to 12 hours while carrying anti-slip silicone feet and a built-in kickstand. The Braven 105 and 405 will be available for $59.99 and $99.99, respectively, in Q2 later this year.

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