The EDGE.sound portable speaker from CUBEDGE has no device-specific dock. It won’t charge your device. It will connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device to playback sound or to act as a speakerphone. You don’t have to worry that you’ll have to replace it if you upgrade or switch platforms. The EDGE.sound speaker is made of plastic with a silicone overlay; it has a sandblasted aluminum grill. Its frequency range is 40-20,000Hz, and it can produce up to 95dB. It even has a electret condenser microphone for making and receiving phone calls. CUBEDGE uses no brominated flame retardents nor PVC in the production of this speaker, and the aluminum parts are recyclable – thereby reducing the environmental impact of this speaker. The built-in battery provides up to 10 hours of music. And at only 5.9″ X 2.4″ X 2.2″ and 12.4 ounces, you can take it anywhere. The EDGE.sound will start shipping on September 1, 2012. You can pre-order yours for $149.00 at the above links.
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