NudeAudio’s Naked Move To Bring ‘Black’ The Music
NudeAudio is a new brand that recently launched its ‘Move’ range of portable speakers, and has now launched a new monochrome Black collection of Bluetooth speakers in small, medium and large sizes.
Available in three models covering those three sizes, and coming with a sleek black finish, NudeAudio says its Move Black Collection “provides a high quality sound, in a size that fits, with a contemporary design.”
Using Bluetooth 3.0, the Company’s speakers can stream music from any smartphone, tablet and most computers within a 10 metre range, which the Company says allows “users to have complete control from the palm of their hand”, although would you expect anything less?
Each of the speakers has an eight-hour battery life.
The Company bills its new speakers as “go-anywhere, do anything” speakers, whether you’re looking to fill a small room with sound, or want music on-the-go.
All of its models feature a carrying cord so you can hang them anywhere and are clad in “shock-proof silicon sleeves” which “defend against knocks or bumps, made for those who truly want to keep their speakers portable.”
NudeAudio’s naked ambition to deliver something super special only extended to the mid-sized Move M speaker, as this is the only one that has a built-in speakerphone to make hands-free calls, whether via cellular, Skype, FaceTime or other video chat services.
Precisely why NudeAudio denuded the S and L range of its speakers of this decidedly useful feature is something we don’t know – perhaps it was to keep prices lower than they would otherwise have been.
Available now from JB Hi-Fi, Myer, Dick Smith’s Move stores and “leading independent retailers”, the smaller S model sells for $49.95, the medium-sized M model sells for $79.95 and the large L model sells for $149.00.
More information is available at NudeAudio’s site.