Boombero Wireless Speaker plays audio from smartphone sans any Bluetooth or wired connection

You might think that it is just another wireless smartphone speaker that connects to your device via Bluetooth or WiFi connectivity, but it isn’t. The Oregon Boombero Wireless Speaker uses Near Field Audio (NFA) technology to wirelessly stream music from your smartphone just by putting it on the speaker dock. The wireless speaker is compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 4/4S, iPhone3GS/3G, iPod Touch and Samsung Galaxy series smartphones. Boombero features 2.5W center speakers that deliver quality audio for non-stop 18 hours powered by three AA batteries, indoors or while you are having a good time outdoors. Well, if you are willing to plug-in your device with Boombero using the 3.5 mm stereo jack then it can be used with any device compatible with 3.5 mm connection.

For playing audio with the Near Field Audio technology all you have to do is put it either in the slot provided in Boombero or put it horizontally or vertically on the speaker itself. The microUSB connection makes sure that you can play it till eternity connected to USB powered device like a desktop PC. The speaker outputs a play frequency of 150Hz-16kHz when connected using the NFA technology while the 3.5 mm jack connection gives an output of 100-20kHz.

The body size of Boomero speaker is also very compact at 67x117x62 mm and has a total weight of 210 grams. Boombero wireless speaker will be released on February 1,2013 in two colors; black and white with a price tag of $54 apiece.

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