Como Audio is promoting its portable audio product line as Holiday gifts and large stocking fillers, with a number of ergonomically-pleasing music players enabling “touch of a button” music content access. The company says users won’t have to interrupt phone calls or use an app or remote control to listen to music from various sources, including Spotify, internet stations, Bluetooth and FM Radio.

Como’s smart speakers promise to deliver “robust, high-fidelity” sound housed within compact designs, allowing room-filling sound and syncing capabilities throughout a home or large space.

Each device in the line comes with pre-sets for most-used music sources, a color display for artist/song metadata and available album art, plus a clock with dual independent alarms. The Internet radio capability allows access to up to 20,000 stations including podcasts, multi-room facilitation, Bluetooth with aptX, and Google Cast and Amazon Dot-ready. They also include an optional remote control unit, and a free iOS and Android “Como Control” app. Each product will receive updates through the internet.

Solo has a 2.8” display and retails for $299-$349:

The larger Duetto features a 3.2” display and more drivers to fill a bigger room, and sells for $399-$449:


The Musica ($599-$640) includes a CD player for those with prized CD collections they don’t want to give up and for true CD quality sound:

The new streaming Turntable is designed to coordinate with the Como Audio products and are available in “furniture grade” wood finishes of walnut or hickory, plus high-gloss lacquer in white or black:

The lightweight Amico ($399) is portable, with a weather resistant teak wood finish and a rechargeable battery:

You can read more and purchase direct from Como Audio.

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Martin Dew