JBL, along with AKG and Harman Kardon came to Berlin with a slew of new devices, also showing off some of their “older” devices. I hate to say “older” because they aren’t really that old and are still great products. First up is the JBL Charge 2, which is the follow up to the JBL Charge. This is a speaker that provides great all around sound, as well as having a microphone built in. Which means you can take calls through the speaker, with ease. There’s also the Clip+, which as you can tell, is the follow up the JBL Clip. This is a smaller Bluetooth speaker that you can clip onto your bag, or really anything. It’s available in a variety of colors including black, blue, red, purple and gray.
JBL also had their Control X wireless speakers on display. Now these are loudspeakers from the company and were announced earlier this year. They are also rugged and weatherproof. So you can take them outside and not have to worry about the rain, sleet or snow affecting them. The JBL Go, is almost like a cube Bluetooth speaker here, and it’s somewhat small as well. Providing around 5 hours of battery life, keep in mind that is continuous usage. Finally we have the JBL Synchros E30 headphones here. These are on-ear headphones, that look quite nice. They can also fold up very nicely to fit in your bag when you’re traveling. As they are JBL on-ear headphones, they also come with JBL’s signature sound. Which once you hear it, you’ll never want to go back to anything else.
You will find galleries of the Charge 2, Clip+, Control X Wireless speakers, the JBL Go and Synchros all down below. Definitely some nice looking products from JBL.
JBL Charge 2
JBL Control X Wireless