Bose Announces SoundTouch Wi-Fi Music Systems

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Bose has rolled out the SoundTouch Wi-Fi range of music systems that based on the foundation of Bluetooth-based wireless music systems, with the adopting Wi-Fi. The system connects to the home Wi-Fi network, giving it permission to stream music from any device, such as PC, Laptop, mobile device, tablets, etc. For added flexibility, SoundTouch music systems are also AirPlay enabled, so owners can stream content from their iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch.

“With SoundTouch systems, Bose has made Wi-Fi music easier and better — for any need, any room and anyone,” said Hess. “They offer performance only available from Bose, and continue our nearly 50-year history of innovation.”

Among the three models launched today are the The SoundTouch 30 Wi-Fi, the SoundTouch 20 Wi-Fi, and the SoundTouch Portable Wi-Fi; which measure 10″H x 17″W x 7 “D, 7″H X 12″W and 4″D, and 6″H x 10″W 3″D, respectively. The 30 and 20 are big enough to take up a permanent spot in your home/office, and rely on external power supply, while the Portable tucks in a Lithium Ion battery, and can go places. The three are priced at $699, $399, and $399, each. They are available in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific through Bose retail stores,, authorized Bose dealer.

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