Sony has introduced a portable speaker with an unusual design. The new LSPX-S3 is like a glass flask with a wick and small speaker holes.
Although the speaker looks rather strange, a 46mm driver is hidden inside for powerful sound, and there is also support for LDAC technology for high-quality sound transmission.
Like a lamp, the LSPX-S3 has 32 brightness levels. You can adjust them using touch sensors. Synchronization of light to the beat of music is available. You can also link multiple speakers together or create a stereo pair, just like with HomePod mini.
The declared operating time of the lamp column is about 8 hours, and this is a pretty good indicator that will allow you to take a pretty gadget with you to nature. True, Sony did not indicate anything about the degree of moisture protection of the column.
The cost of the gadget on the company’s website is $349.