Streaming music kingpin Sonos last October delivered what could have been considered a killer blow to its nascent competitors: a relatively affordable, and great soundingat $199/AU$299. Until this, most wireless speakers hovered at the $400 mark.
Well, it took Samsung a little while but the company will finally debut its own "affordably priced" offering, the $200/AU$269 M3, at IFA in Germany. While the Samsung press release will only say it's "compact," little else is known about its specs, although PR images show its gently curving face echoes the company's new .
Nevertheless, the speaker joins the larger BD-H6500 Blu-ray player.and speakers as part of Samsung's Shape Wireless Audio-Multiroom ecosystem. Support for multi-room is also available on a number of Samsung home theater systems and coming soon (apparently) to the
Armed with the Wireless Audio Multiroom App users can control a number of apps including Amazon Cloud Player, Pandora, Spotify, Rhapsody and TuneIn Radio.
Samsung is yet to announce in which countries the M3 will be available, or how much it will cost outside of the US. $200 converts to around £120 or AU$215. Look out for more information on the M3 coming soon.