Bang & Olufsen’s latest moveable Bluetooth speaker is the Beolit 20, a lunchbox-sized successor to 2017’s Beolit 17. The large improve this time round is a new Qi wireless charging pad that may be discovered on prime of the speaker, which might cost different units like telephones or earbuds.
According to Bang & Olufsen, the Beolit 20 may play for 30 % longer than its predecessor. The firm says the speaker’s 3,200mAh battery affords 37 hours of listening at low volumes, however this reduces to a little over 8 hours in the event you’re listening at typical ranges, or simply underneath 4 hours at max quantity.
Otherwise, the Beolit 20 options a related design to the 17. It’s bought a leather-based carrying strap, a USB-C port for charging, a 3.5mm jack for wired connectivity, and on prime, you’ll discover buttons to deal with Bluetooth pairing and quantity and playback management. There’s no multi-function button this time round, as a substitute you get a devoted play/pause button.
Internally, the speaker has a single 5.5-inch woofer, three 1.5-inch full-range drivers, and a pair of 4-inch passive bass radiators. The speaker makes use of the Bluetooth 4.2 commonplace, and will be paired as much as work in stereo, both with one other Beolit 20 or an older Beolit 17.
Bang & Olufsen’s Beolit 20 might be accessible for $500 (£450 / €500) in grey and black beginning on October twenty ninth.