Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless speaker launches in white

Bowers & Wilkins has announced the upcoming launch of its Zeppelin Wireless speaker in white, complementing the black option it launched several months back. The white color is more contemporary in nature and goes better with certain types of decor versus the black model. Says the company, it made this color model "to appeal to palette purists and design enthusiasts who prefer a more neutral color tone."

The new white speaker features the same blimp-shaped design as the black version, but it has five new drive units as well as a pair of Double Dome tweeters — the same found in the CM Series speakers. As well, the speaker boasts solid bass that can be sustained at high volumes via a new and larger 6.5-inch subwoofer with a long voice coil.

Zeppelin Wireless: a blimp-shaped speaker without the dock

Versus the previous version, the Zeppelin Wireless in white features a 50-percent thicker front fascia and a cabinet with walls strengthened via glass fiber ribs. The Digital Signal Processing is doubly powerful with the white version, and there are three options for connecting: Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay, and Bluetooth aptX. Connectivity and control comes via the Bowers & Wilkins Control App for Mac, PC, and iOS.

Overall, the company bills its Zeppelin Wireless as a "one-box solution" for music lovers and others in need of a high-end speaker. The company will be launching the white version next month for $699.99 USD. Check out the timeline below for other Bowers & Wilkins products!