B&O Play, which is a sub-brand of the acoustics company Bang & Olufsen, presented a new wireless speaker called Beoplay P2.
The device comes with a very unusual design – Beoplay P2 doesn’t have any control buttons on it. Instead, users will have to make certain motions. For example, if you double tap on the anodized aluminium grill, you can pause the track or turn it back one again. Also, to skip tracks, you’ll have to shake the speaker. All the settings can be adjusted in the accompanying smartphone app.
Also, because Beoplay P2 is Bluetooth connected to a smartphone, you can answer phone calls using the speaker. For this purpose, it has a built-in microphone.
Apart from that, Beoplay P2 is the smallest speaker in the company’s line-up. It has a strap on one end, so you can wrap it around your wrist and walk around while listening to music. Despite the size, the speaker packs enough power which comes from two 15W RMD amplifiers. Beoplay P2 is available for $169.