You can't be a part of Apple and not have a Plus model, Beats Electronics will testify. The first product out of the company after the acquisition is the BeatsPill+ wireless speaker.
Sporting an updated design compared to the Pill 2.0, the new model keeps the shape of its namesake, but has the controls on a flat top plate and the drivers firing forward instead of up at an angle. 63mm high, the Pill+ is 17mm taller than the Pill 2.0, and it's also 2cm longer. That doesn't prepare you for the 745g of heft - the thing is 2.4 times heavier than the 2.0.
The stereo speaker has a 2-way crossover for a total of four drivers. The Pill+ connects wirelessly via Bluetooth, and if you pair it with a phone, you could use its speakerphone function. You can sync a couple of Pill-pluses and have each play a separate channel, or just have both pump out the same signal for more bang.
The battery inside Beats' latest creation should be good for up to 12 hours of playback, and when it dies you can charge it with the included AC adapter and USB-to-lightning cable. That's one of the most significant changes in the design, as the old model came with a standard microUSB connector, and the new one has a full-size USB and Lightning. As before, you can use the speaker to charge other devices.
The BeatPill+ will be sold in black or white and has a MSRP of $229.95, but is yet unavailable for purchase. You can sign up on the company's site to get notified when that changes.
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sony bluetooth speakers sounds very bad and have the same price with beats pill +. why all these trollers talk only about beats overpriced products ?? do you not see sony, panasonic, samsung overpriced speakers ??