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Background and Identification ¶
Bowers & Wilkins introduced their first portable speaker, the T7 wireless speaker, in October 2014. The speaker is clearly identified as Bowers & Wilkins, directly on the front face of the device and further as the model T7, located on the bottom of the device to the far left.
The speaker is portable; thus, it is small and used to provide audio in nearly any environment. This device has a rechargeable, lithium ion battery and has a maximum 18-hour battery life. The T7 has an auxiliary port and a service only micro-USB port. The speaker has twin bass radiators in the back, as well as one in the front between the two 50mm driver units. The speaker uses a polycarbonate casing to keep it safe during travel.