Creative Announces NFC-capable Airwave And Airwave HD Wireless Speakers

Posted: May 15 2013, 12:57am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Creative announces NFC-capable Airwave and Airwave HD wireless speakers

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Singapore-based consumer electronics company, Creative Technology, unveiled two new additions to its family of wireless speakers. The Airwave and Airwave HD are the company's first ever Bluetooth speakers to support NFC. It's also the first to sport a built-in battery. Describing the design of the two new speakers, Creative says that the new theme and features are a giant leap from the company's previous traditional "boxy" design.

Airwave is the cheaper model, and it comes in different colors. With a built-in mic, an aptX codec, an AUX-in connection, and a 12-hour battery life, the Airwave is perfect for young people who like their music loud. The Airwave retails at SG$129. Meanwhile, the Airwave HD features a multi-point connection feature which allows you to pair 2 Bluetooth devices at once. The Airwave HD will retail at SG$199. Both speakers are coming in June.

Source: Creative

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