Story image

Braven introduces lightweight, durable and loud Bluetooth speakers

Braven recently announced two new speakers the Braven Ready Pro and Braven Ready Solo.

Lightweight, durable, and loud, these Bluetooth speakers aim to be the perfect accessory to accompany users on the most challenging outdoor activities.

The Braven Ready Pro has supposedly been put to the test through the roughest terrain.

Equipped with an all-direction subwoofer, the Ready Pro produces custom-tuned audio with beautiful highs and deep lows.

The Ready Pro is encased in a shockproof thermoplastic housing and armed with an IP68 certification, offering extensive protection.

Braven Ready Pro overview:

  • 16 hours of battery life.
  • Option to attach the included action mount, compatible with most of GoPro’s existing ecosystem, so users are always ready to ride when adventure calls.
  • IP68 waterproof and totally resistant to dust and dirt, this speaker effortlessly blends adventurous spirit and rugged durability.
  • Noise cancelling speakerphone that makes crystal clear calls, supporting the complete use of voice control from Siri, Google Voice or another assistant.
  • When your device hits low battery, charge it using the USB output port, delivering power from the Ready Pro’s 2600mAh battery bank.

The Pro is Bluetooth Smart enabled which can be used with the Braven App.

The App includes custom EQ settings, remote power on and off for the speaker, button disable to stop people turning up and down the volume, perfect for a party setting or when listening to music with kids.

Supposedly delivering the same protective qualities as its superior, the Braven Ready Solo is a wireless Bluetooth speaker that isn’t afraid to get a little dirty.

Key features include:

  • 12 hours of battery life.
  • Integrated ¼ thread mount that secures the speaker to bicycles, outdoor vehicles, and most GoPro compatible mounts.
  • IP68 water and debris-proof certification, lasting up to a 30-minute dunk in one meter of water.
  • Noise cancelling speakerphone perfect to make calls or use voice control to give commands to your mobile.
  • Charging capabilities to charge your smartphones from the USB output port, delivering power from the Ready Solo’s 2200mAh battery bank.
Three ways to improve mental health support in the workplace
“Instead of scrambling into action after a crisis, employers need to be more proactive in supporting employees."
Kordia launches Women in Tech scholarship at the University of Waikato
The scholarship is established to acknowledge and support up-and-coming female talent and future technology leaders.
Samsung joins a global league of AI experts
“As a member of the PAI, Samsung will strive to facilitate the ongoing progress of artificial intelligence.”
'DerpTrolling’ faces jail time for Sony DoS attacks
A United States federal court has charged a 23-year-old man for the hacks on Sony Online Entertainment and other major companies back in 2014.
Kiwis concerned about being scammed – survey
This unease is warranted given the growing sophistication of scammers and their activities, and numbers of attempted fraud.
With a mighty roar, Rocket Lab blasts off to space
Success! It definitely was business time for Rocket Lab yesterday as its Electron launch vehicle blasted off from the Māhia Peninsula yesterday (November 11).
Trust us, we’re Nvidia: GeForce RTX 20-series GPU preview
When I caught up with Brian Burke, Nvidia’s gaming tech PR guy, at PAX AUS in Melbourne, I didn’t hold back. I asked him why should Kiwis part with such a huge amount of money for something that, right now, doesn’t do a lot.
Xiaomi fans bubble over at Mi Store grand opening
The fans filled Auckland’s Westfield Sylvia Park to take advantage of the opening specials and get their hands on some Xiaomi tech.