Sony has launched a wireless speaker that doubles as a candlelight lamp

Sleek and practical.

Sony LSPX-S3 Glass Sound speaker

by Isabel Martins |

Sony has announced the launch of its new LSPX-S3 Glass Sound speaker, which also doubles up as a lamp. And just from looking at it, we can tell that home decor enthusiasts will be intrigued.

Boasting an organic glass tweeter, Sony claims that "the LSPX-S3 produces clear and powerful high tones from the organic glass tweeter and spreads the sound evenly". The speaker also has a range of features that aid in creating a clear and crisp sound, including the "Bass Boost mode" which helps to add more bass and enhances those lower-end notes.

Another audio feature the speaker has is Advanced Vertical Drive Technology. This ensures that high-frequency sounds are spread evenly so that you get a uniform sound. In terms of battery life, the speaker lasts for up to eight hours and can be charged via USB-C.

As it doubles up as an artificial candle, the device has 32 different brightness levels and has a Candlelight mode which makes the LED flicker, just as a candle would. You can also set the LED to synchronize to the music it's playing - impressive.

The aesthetic is especially pleasing, as it is sleek and portable and can easily blend in with just about any house's decor.

In terms of availability, the speaker will be officially launching in August and will have an RRP of approximately £315. Make sure you keep checking Sony's website so you can get your order in as soon as they become available.

While you wait, why not take a look at some of the best wireless speakers on the market?

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Isabel Martins is a Commercial Content Writer for What's The Best, specialising in technology.

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