Creative Technology has announced the launch of the Creative MUVO Go small Bluetooth speaker, available for $79.99. The Singapore company says this is the latest addition to its long-standing MUVO series of portable speakers. The compact device promises a full-bodied audio performance, combined with robust wireless connectivity and a long battery life. With both waterproof and portability credentials, the MUVO Go (which is available in three color options) is targeted for those seeking music entertainment either at home or for outdoor scenarios.
The new speaker is “built to last” which is reassuring considering the publicity pics show it being exposed to several potentially grueling situations. There is IPX7-certified waterproofing and up to 18 hours of battery life per charge, the Go should suffice as an appropriate companion for long mountain hikes or all-night pool parties. But the unit is also slim and lightweight at 570g, and has a lanyard attachment for an easy grab for those on bikes or carrying backpacks. The latest Bluetooth 5.3 level supports easier pairing, and a stronger and more stable wireless connection while on the road (or water).
Dual full-range neodymium drivers are responsible for musical “punch” and passive bass radiators are claimed to produce 20 watts of power, and up to 40 watts of peak power. Users with hungrier ears also have the option of pairing two units together via a wireless stereo link to double the impact with fuller stereo imaging. The striking bottle-shaped design is intended to offer versatility as an upright-standing device for, say, a cluttered party table. When it is laid flat Creative says the MUVO Go is capable of clear, well-balanced and room-filling audio.
Available color options are midnight black, pine green and cloud blue, and the product can be ordered direct from Creative. The product webpage is here.
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