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Klipsch Ramps Up Heritage With Google Assistant

Audio company Klipsch has revamped its popular and award-winning The Three speaker with Google Assistant built in and a stylish new look, this next-generation tabletop speaker is now available for US$499.

The multiple award-winning The Three speaker is pushed further in this latest iteration blending nostalgic mid-century modern design with robust connectivity and the inclusion of a personal digital assistant plus Bluetooth wireless technology.

The Klipsch Heritage Wireless speaker features genuine walnut veneer cabinet with a heather grey grille cloth and aluminium switches.

Previously granted certification to be Play-Fi and Alexa enabled, the integrated Google Assistant brings a new level of functionality to the speaker.

Users can ask questions, get information, stream music, hear the latest news headlines, check the weather, get traffic reports, create shopping lists, control smart home devices, make a call, and even hear a funny joke if you need one.

The Heritage Wireless speaker has not scrimped on the specifications, retaining its award-winning integrated subwoofer for enhanced bass and powerful sound.

Klipsch Heritage Wireless speaker The Three with the Google Assistant built in is available now in the US for US$499 from Klipsch.com and authorised retailers.

No information on Australian pricing and availability at the time of writing.

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