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What To Know About LG’s Levitating Speaker – LG PJ9

Once upon a time, when people were tied down with the wires of their speakers, and movements were restricted. We are now in a tech era where anything and everything can connect wirelessly, ranging from Bluetooth enabled headphones, to smartphones to many other devices that supports the Bluetooth service.

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Now apart from just having Bluetooth enabled speakers, have you ever imagined your speakers float in mid air, defiling the laws of gravity? This is the entire concept of the Levitating Bluetooth speaker.

So LG decided to surprise their fans and join the levitation gang. I would surely admire my gadgets levitate in the air for no reason. It would be a very nice sight to behold.

LG Levitating speaker

LG Levitating speaker

The LG PJ9 is a wireless, 360-degree omnidirectional speaker that levitates (Duh). It comes with a 10-hour battery life, with the speakers actually floating back to its base as the battery starts to run out. You also get an embedded subwoofer, an IP67 certification, a wireless charge, and the ability to connect to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously.

LG Levitating speaker

LG Levitating speaker

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Though LG isn’t the first company to create a Bluetooth enabled levitating speaker, they are the first of such, amongst their category of companies to launch such device.

While LG might not be too impressive with their smartphones run, they can decide to make up in profits and revenue with the production of other devices like this levitating speaker. Recall that despite the Note 7 debacle, Samsung still reported an increase in earnings due to strong results in their semiconductor division.

Now, to the price of this ‘baby’, no price tag has been pegged on it yet. But below is another levitating speaker called the ‘making weather’ which features a big cloud floating over an oval, plus the cloud rotates and has a sound reactive LED light to create a realistic-looking cloud experience.

'Making weather' speakers

‘Making weather’ speakers

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According to reports, the price of the ‘making weather’ is around £2000 or more. So we can also expect the LG levitating speaker to be a little bit less or above the earlier quoted price.

'Making weather' speakers

‘Making weather’ speakers

Reader’s corner; How much would you be willing to part with to behold such a lovely sight?

 

Photo credits; MissTechy.com

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