B&O BeoPlay P2 is here
Introduced the BeoSound Shape a while ago, which resembles a work of art with the hexagonal design, Bang & Olufsen now introduces its new wireless speaker BeoPlay P2. Attracted by music enthusiasts, the speaker is remarkable for its affordability and portability. No keys are needed to control the P2, which is being launched as a personal and portable wireless speaker.
The loudspeaker, which can be activated by tapping twice, can be controlled via the BeoPlay application installed on mobile devices. To access personal assistants such as Siri and Google Now, users need to use BeoPlay. Having previously signed Cecilie Manz, who previously designed the A1, A2 and Beolit 17 speakers, the BeoPlay P2 offers up to 10 hours of use when the 2.200 mAh full-charge battery is fully charged. The ultra-compact size speaker, which can be charged in 2 hours via USB-C connection, weighs 275 grams. Polar, aluminum, leather and rubber materials are used in the body of the loudspeaker, which has three color options, black, sandstone and blue. There is also a built-in microphone in the speaker that supports Bluetooth 4.2 and USB-C connections. Thanks to the microphone, it is also possible to make phone calls via the speaker. The speaker uses 2 x 15W Class D amplifiers for woofer and tweeter and has a 2 x 50 watt power. As of today, BeoPlay P2 is being sold, and the sales price in America is 120 dollars and the selling price in Europe is 169 euro.