Over here at Unplggd, we have a special regard for wireless things. They are just so convenient and keep the wire messes at bay. Nothing says wireless as wirelessly playing your tunes all over your pad thanks to a convenient Bose audio component. Streaming music isn't something new, but this setup doesn't require a home network, so it's pretty straightforward, perfect for anyone who wants to join the wireless revolution.
The Bose SoundLink solves the age old dilemma of being able to play your music in any room of your house. We know that most of you have all of your music libraries on your computers or MP3 players. The Bose SoundLink comes with a USB transmitter than can be plugged into a PC, Mac or laptop. You can then place the SoundLink wireless speaker anywhere in you home and listen to your tunes. The press release mentions that the transmitter is strong enough to transmit through most walls and floors, meaning that you can set it up in your garden, in the basement, or anywhere else that suits your fancy.
Now, onto the bad news. Like most items from Bose, you'll pay a pretty penny for the SoundLink. Even though we are in a recession, the retail MSRP for this device is a whopping $550. That amount of money gets you basically a rechargeable stereo speaker on August 27th, when it is released. It's true that it might sound pretty good, especially for its diminutive size, but still, $550? Still this device is pretty unique since it can fill a room with music and lasts up to three hours on a charge. [via DVice]