Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 Computer Speakers

Bowers & Wilkins has announced the upcoming release of computer speakers that should appeal to the discriminating aesthete and audiophile (at least from what we can tell from the specs and photos). The MM-1s are equipped with two drivers (one for bass/midrange frequencies and the other for treble), like full size speakers, alongside offering USB streaming and a DSP chip.

Built to work with both PCs and Macs, the Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 Computer Speakers comes sans subwoofer thanks to the integrated 3" woofer drive unit and also offers the same tweeter design found inside B&W's respected Nautilus speakers, designed to reproduce the deep end effectively without the addition of a +1. A pebble shaped remote complements the minimal black design (we think these would look great with some of the Sony VAIO line) and expect these speakers to become available in February 2010 (so you can start saving up now, as these will likely be priced at a premium in relation to the B&W brand).