The pricey Bose SoundLink Revolve look amazing
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Bose has launched the SoundLink Revolve speaker in India. The omni-directional Bluetooth speaker comes in two variants, SoundLink Revolve and Revolve+. The speakers have a new acoustic design and are an encased in a sleek aluminium body.

"When SoundLink first hit the market, it took the industry by storm," said Glenn Gomes-Casseres, director of products for Bose wireless speakers. "We didn't want to make small improvements to the audio that made it famous. We wanted the difference to be so dramatic, that it would take just one song to hear the best sound you've ever heard from a little speaker -- all over again."

Due to the omni-directional nature of Revolve, the speakers do not need to be pointed in one particular direction. Sound radiates uniformly in every direction, without the sweet spots and frequency drop-offs of conventional 360-degree speakers. The speakers can be placed in any place in the room and they can get really loud.

Revolve also has an IPX4-rating to withstand spills, rain, and pool splashes; and is rugged enough to survive dings, drops, and bumps. A quarter-twenty thread on the bottom of each makes for easy mounting on a tri-pod for listening in the yard or an outdoor party. The speakers also feature NFC, have plain language voice prompts and can be used with Siri or Google Assistant.

The Bose Connect app can be used to connect two SoundLinks together, regardless of the model. Any model starting with the SoundLink Color II is supported and the speakers can be paired together in any combination.

The SoundLink Revolve and SoundLink Revolve+ Bluetooth speakers will be available beginning May 26, 2017 for INR 19,900 and INR 24,500, respectively, and come in two colors - Triple Black and Lux Gray. SoundLink Revolve and SoundLink Revolve+ are sold at Bose stores, Bose.com, authorized Bose dealers.