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Get the outdoor dance party started with Cobra AirWave speakers
Hello everybody, it's Lynn La from CNET, and I'm here in Las Vegas at CES 2014 with the AirWave Mini and Box from Cobra Electronics.
Now the Mini is a mono speaker and it connects to your mobile device or your smartphone via a bluetooth connection.
It's built extra rugged and water resistant.
So if you get a little bit of water on Air, or if you splash a little bit of water on it, it's okay.
Now the Box goes one further; in addition to being water resistant,
it's also fully immersible; enough to a meter of water for 30 minutes.
It also can float, so if you're listening to music and you happen to be kayaking on the river, you won't lose it on the bottom of the river.
It also uses bluetooth to connect to your mobile device, and it has a soft touch rubber exterior to make it a little bit extra tough, light and [unk].
Right now it's gonna launch in black, white and orange, but several colors are gonna come afterwards.
If you're interested, the AirWave Mini is gonna be available in February for
$39.95, and the Box will be available for $79.95 in March.
Again, I'm Lynn and you've been checking out the AirWave Mini and Box.
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