It kind of looks like a floating purifier, but nonetheless LG plans to unveil it at CES alongside new 5 new cellphones. Meet LG PJ9 levitating speaker.
New Release: LG PJ9 Levitating Bluetooth Speaker at CES
Expected to mesmerize at CES 2017, LG’s levitating speaker is definitely eye catching, though it appears more like an air purifier than speaker. The PJ9 is LG’s newest addition to their growing line of wireless devices. The floating speaker is said to provide high quality audio all the while hovering in mid air. Like magic! Bluetooth technology facilitates a connection with up to two devices at one time. The LG PJ9 holds a 360-degree omni-directional speaker with a turbine blade-inspired design and a subwoofer embedded inside the Levitation Station. The PJ9 also features Dual Passive Radiator technology to produce “flush mid-range tones and crisp highs.”
The magical speaker supports a 10 hour battery life. The real magic occurs when the speaker is low on juice. It descends to the power base and automatically begins to charge – no need for you to touch it. All the while your music will continue to play.
The entire frame is fashioned with an IPX7, meaning it can withstand a few dunks in water, though I wouldn’t advise doing so. However, feel free to use the speaker outdoors even if it is drizzling.
But, I bet you’re still wondering how does the tiny speaker pull a Criss Angel? It uses powerful electromagnets housed inside the Levitation base instead of some sort of magician-based diversion.
“Our latest addition to our growing lineup of premium wireless audio devices is not only eye-catching but also communicates the message that LG is serious about bringing something different to the table,” said Brian Kwon, president and CEO of LG’s Home Entertainment Company. “We are absolutely dedicated to exploring new concepts and to pioneering innovative designs for its advanced audio products for consumers around the world, and the PJ9 is the latest example of this commitment.”
LG PJ9 will showcase at CES 2017 at Booth #11100 in Central Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center.