Bose Starts Selling SoundLink Bluetooth-Compatible Speaker
The single-box solution can blast out sound from any Bluetooth device.
September 16, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

Bose has its share of haters, but there will be plenty of people frothing to get their hands on the new SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker.

The speaker is designed to work with Bluetooth devices, meaning it can crank sound from your mobile phone, tablet, and more. That means you can play back stored music, Pandora, Spotify, or even Netflix, if sound is a priority.

Also, since it’s wireless, no additional cables or dongles are needed. That’s just another reason this is good for on-the-go use. No clutter! However, at under 3 pounds and about 5-by-9.5-by-2 inches, it’s also easy to tote around in a backpack.

Promising up to 8 hours of music from its rechargeable lithium-ion battery, the SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker features a built-in cover and integrated stand.

This unit just showed up for sale on the Bose website. For $299.95, it comes packing a dark gray nylon cover. If you want to upgrade to brown leather, expect to pay an extra $50.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at

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