What you need to know
- Former Apple designer Christopher Stringer has released a new AirPlay 2 speaker.
- It's called the Cell Alpha, from Stringer's Syng company.
- It costs $1,800 and features AirPlay 2 support, as well as wired and wireless playback.
Former Apple design Christopher Stringer has just unveiled a brand new speaker, the Cell Alpha, through his company Syng.
Syng is described as an audio company building "sound for the future". From its website:
The Cell Alpha is the world's first Triphonic speaker:
It comes with an app for iPhone and Android, and supports AirPlay 2 as well as wireless and wired playback. It also has two USB-C ports, so can be used with your laptop or a record player. Syng is also working on cables for TV so that it can be used for home theater sound.
You'll be paying for the privilege, mind, as the Cell Alpha starts at $1,799, or $1,969 with a stand.
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