The LG floating speaker has a 360-degree high-quality audio emanating from a “turbine blade-inspired design.” The PJ9 hovers over the accompanying Levitation Station. This speaker also uses electromagnets inside the said Levitation Station. The J9 has a turbine blade-inspired design.
Users can play music, podcasts and other audio content with the PJ9. To enjoy the sound and music, there is a subwoofer embedded inside the Levitation Station which produces the deep bass sound in the speaker. The PJ9 also features Dual Passive Radiator technology to reproduce flush mid-range tones and crisp highs.
This device also has a 10-hour long battery life and charges wirelessy. The speaker automatically descends to the Levitation Station when its battery gets low without human intervention and without interruption on the music that is being played. The device is completely portable.
The PJ9 complies with IPX7 which means that it is water resistant and can withstand any adverse weather condition while it is used outdoors. The device can also connect to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously courtesy of Multipoint technology.
The price and availability of the LG floating speaker has not been announced.
Other LG Products
LG expresses its excitement for the upcoming tradeshow because aside from the floating speaker, LG has also announced that it will be revealing a number of smartphones beforehand. This includes the Stylus 3, LG’s version on the Galaxy Note series. This will have a 5.7 inch display, octa-core process and a 3,200mAh removable battery. There are four more phones on LG’s lineup which are variants on the company’s K line of handsets. The K10 is included in this line. It is has a 5.3-inch display, fingerprint scanner, Android 7.0 on-board and the same process as the new Stylus.
The CES 2017 will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center this January 2017.