The House of Marley has just announced a bunch of new products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, all of which are coming later this year. The company has announced seven new products, including the star of the show, the Get Together Mini smart speaker which comes with Google Assistant integration. As per usual, The House of Marley’s products use eco-conscious and recyclable materials, and the company did not exactly share a ton of info on its new products, but enough to maybe get some of you interested, read on.
New Audio Systems
The first product the company talked about is the aforementioned Get Together Mini speaker which comes with the Google Assistant. This is basically an addition to the company’s existing “Get Together” family of speakers, and the company says that it used the “highest percentage of sustainable materials of any Google Assistant speaker” in order to make this product. The company utilized natural bamboo, recyclable aluminum, and REWIND fabric composed of organic cotton, organic hemp, and recycled plastic rPET. On top of Google Assistant, you’re also getting the Google Cast integration here. The Get Together Mini speaker comes with both Bluetooth and WiFi, while it can also charge up your smartphone, as it also acts as a USB power bank. The company said that the speaker will become available in August this year, and that it will cost $199.99.
The Stir It Up Wireless is a turntable, basically an upgraded version of the original, as it comes with Bluetooth, which is something that the original does not have. This turntable has been crafted using bamboo, REWIND fabric, and recyclable aluminum. Speaking of Bluetooth, we’re looking at Bluetooth 5.0 here, and the device comes with built-in pre-amp, and belt drive with auto start / stop for power conservation. This turntable will go on sale in September this year, and will cost $249.99. The No Bounds XL is a portable Bluetooth speaker that was announced in October 2018, but the company has just announced a new variant of it, the latest navy colorway. The House of Marley used sustainable cork in order to make it as lightweight as possible, but not sacrificing on durability. This speaker can even float thanks to this materials, while we do not know when will it become available, but we do know that it will cost $149.99.
New Wireless Earbuds & Headphones
The Liberate Air are the company’s new true wireless and eco-conscious Bluetooth earbuds, The House of Marley’s first earbuds of that sort. Here, the company used bamboo, natural wood fiber composite, and REWIND fabric. The company claims that you’ll be able to get up to 7 hours of playtime with these earbuds, and they are also IPX4-rated for rain and sweat resistance. Bluetooth 5.0 is built-in here, and there are also some controls offered on these earbuds. The July 2019 is listed as the release date for the Liberate Air, and these earbuds will cost $149.99. The Exodus earphones are The House of Marley’s new over-ear wireless headphones which offer a 30-hour battery life, and 50mm hi-def drivers. These are basically the company’s new flagship headphones, and are made from sustainable FSC-certified wood, stainless steel, recyclable aluminum, and natural leather. These headphones come with Memory Foam ear cushions, and provide premium comfort and a foldable hinge design. The microphone is built-in here, and the headphones will become available in March for $199.99.
The Exodus ANC headphones are yet another flagship-grade headphones from the company. These wireless headphones offer active noise cancellation, acoustic performance, and premium comfort. They’re made out of similar materials as the Exodus headphones, and offer a 24-hour battery life with ANC on, 40-hour battery life with ANC off. These headphones also offer foldable design, and will be on sale in September for $249.99. The Redemption headphones present the very last product that The House of Marley announced at CES 2019. These wireless headphones offer “premium comfort”, says the company, and they come with 50mm hi-def drivers. These headphones are crafted using FSC-certified wood, stainless steel, REWIND fabric, and recyclable aluminum. If you’re interested in the Redemption headphones, you should know that they will go on sale in July and cost $99.99.