Bowers & Wilkins has re-imagined the successful Zeppelin that became a product of the noughties on the back of the iPod boom. It was first introduced in 2007 but went the way of the other ‘big dock’, the Bose SoundDock, when the iPod evolved into an iPhone and all docks were rendered useless.
So the new Zeppelin is a multi-source speaker with Alexa and access through the Bowers & Wilkins Music App to the usual streaming services. It also features Apple Airplay and, of course, Bluetooth 5.0. There is no sign of Chromecast.
The Zeppelin is available from today (13th October) in Midnight Grey or Pearl Grey from their site here at £699
About Bowers & Wilkins
Bowers & Wilkins, founded in the U.K. in 1966, has been at the forefront of high-performance audio technology for more than 50 years. It designs and manufactures precision home speakers, headphones, custom installation and performance car audio products that set new standards for innovation and sound quality, earning countless awards and accolades from the world’s leading recording studios and musicians. Bowers & Wilkins’ reputation is based on the unwavering pursuit of the best possible sound and an unsurpassable music listening experience. Bowers & Wilkins joined the Sound United LLC family of brands in 2020.
Learn more at www.bowerswilkins.com