If you’re a fan of Bluetooth speakers, you’ve just gained another option for listening to high-quality sound, at least that’s what Bowers & Wilkins promises with the new Formation Flexbox.
Design and Specifications
The design of this device is similar to that of Amazon’s Alexa Echo, which is similar to a tower and has many features to set up. In the upper area are the backlit control buttons for connecting the device to smartphones, increasing and reducing music volume and playing tracks. At the bottom, the speaker has an Ethernet input, which is used to plug the cable with an RJ-45 connection to access the web.
Despite having a Bluetooth connection, the Formation Flex speaker can also reproduce in high quality via WiFi, reaching 96/24 bit resolution. In terms of power, the speaker is capable of reproducing audio at a maximum power of 100W, and the company believes that this makes it possible for the sound to be noticeable in different environments of the same quality level.
designed to fit the aesthetics of your home. And one of the key features is the full scalability of the home. Flex allows consumers to expand throughout the home with Additional products that will be introduced in the spring, said Greg Lee, CEO of Bowers & Wilkins.
Price and availability
The Bluetooth Formation Flex speaker will cost £ 399 and will be available for purchase at the end of September.