The most significant event in the world iPod speaker this year is probably already happened in the first few days. 5th January 2011 Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Air has been launched at CES 2011 conference in Las Vegas.
Recently, Bowers and Wilkins was one of, if not the most distinguished and certainly one of the most sought-after speaker manufacturers in recent years. Their Zeppelin and Zeppelin Mini iPod speakers have a number of awards, including: What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Awards Best Premium iPod dock 2009, Stuff the Best Video Product 2009, Macworld Best Consumer Audio Product Award 2008.
Their new Zeppelin Air iPod speaker won the Hot Stuff, Stuff, and was named as Best in Show at the Croatian Institute for iLounge and experts are tipping that most of the major prizes thoughout the year, you will like iPod speakers Titanic version of the Oscars.
has the same conical shape as its predecessor, which helps to create a very realistic sound profile that is known.
Zeppelin Air has an output of 150 watts, which is more than enough to fill a good sized space and creates a rather bass heavy mud but clear sound, crisp and very realistic sound thanks to its wealth of onboard technology. As well as being able to dock your iPhone or iPod with a Zeppelin Air can stream music wirelessly to speakers using Apple's Airplay unique system that allows you to stream music from your iTunes or iPod / iPhone effortlessly.
in £ 499 Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Air is not cheap, but boy is it useful. It sounds like no other speaker and the kind of thing to see on the shelf and drool više.Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Air will be available in the UK since March 2011 and some specialist retailers are already taking preorders.