Like last year's X-mini Infiniti speaker, the new Infiniti S has four drivers and a subwoofer, but there are enough upgrades to keep it interesting.
The new version is lighter, sports a leather carrying strap and HDMI ARC to connect it to your TV to use as a soundbar. It costs $399, which converts to about £295 or AU$510.
The addition of HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel) makes it easy to connect to a compatible TV. You just need an HDMI cable to hook it up. And because it's portable, you can bring the Infiniti S to a friend's place for parties. It'll go on sale sometime between July and September.
- 360 degree surround sound
- HDMI (ARC)
- 4 drivers, 1 subwoofer
Besides the Infiniti S, the Singapore-based company also showed off the new pair of Evolve 2 headphones, which are also external speakers. They come with memory-foam padding and quad bass drivers and cost $149 (about £110 or AU$190).
Other updated products include the Xoundbar W, which feature dual 36mm drivers for stereo sound and the tiny Kai X1 W, which comes with a camera mount for hooking it up to your bike. Both products are IPX7 waterproof, which means you can take them to the pool.
The Xoundbar W will retail for $46 (about £35 or AU$60), while the Kai X1 W is a tad more expensive at $55 (£40 or AU$70 converted). Along with the Evolve 2, they'll go on sale at some point between April and June.
||Evolve 2||Xoundbar W||Kai X1 W|
|Type||Headphones||Bluetooth speaker||Bluetooth speaker|
|Drivers||4 x 40mm||2 x 36mm||50mm|
|Weight||365g; 12.8oz||117g; 4.12oz||145g; 5.11oz|
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