So not only is this speaker wireless offering up Bluetooth 2.0+EDR with A2DP to connect to your mobile phone or other Bluetooth capable audio device, but it can also be powered by batteries. B-batteries (What? Sorry for the Dmetri Martin joke) its actually powered by 4 AA batteries which supposedly only last for 4 hours.
That short battery life is why it’s a good thing it also comes with a power adapter so you can plug it in when you are in a stationary location with electricity. If you don’t have a Bluetooth capable audio source, there is also a 3.5mm line in that you can use to connect anything with a standard headphone jack.
It comes in the bright cherry red you see here or classic black or standard white. If you want one, and I do, you’ll have to dish out $140 to get one. Which isn’t bad except with small 1.75-inch titanium cone drivers and a bass port, its sounding more and more like this is actually a fairly small speaker, for a fairly high price.