Wimbledon 2022 hearO 3.0 Bluetooth Speaker

Housed inside a Wimbledon 2022 championship tennis ball (with US Open and Roland-Garros options, as well), audio company hearO’s third-generation portable speaker features Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity technology (that also allows two hearOs to pair for stereo sound). hearO’s speakers are designed and assembled in London. Further, the brand offsets its CO2 emissions through involvement with ClimatePartner and The European Nature Trust.

Designing the Sonus Faber Omnia Speaker System

With two trademarked technologies, this sophisticated device marries digital and organic elements within one elevated object

Italian speaker manufacturer Sonus Faber has been hand-making audio equipment for over 40 years and their very first speaker, called the Snail, was an all-in-one unit. The pioneering brand made a second iteration of the Snail in 2016, but the Omnia wireless speaker system—launching today—marks a new phase for a company that’s mostly been for serious audiophiles. We tested the Omnia in advance of the …

Yoto Mini Player

A carefully connected portable speaker made for children, the Yoto Mini Player brings the power of audio and imagination on the road. With up to 20 hours of play per charge, a pixel display, parental controls via the Yoto app and sleep sound options, this device is specifically designed (by Pentagram) to inspire young ones. It can be paired with Yoto’s own audio cards—that range …