When it’s a wireless speaker, we always look for its portability, durability, and sometimes we look for the versatility of the device which we will be using for the next couple of years or months. So, Beoplay P2 has been designed by Bang & Olufsen while keeping this in mind, it has a unique gesture feature and no buttons. The gestures are like what we have seen in BMW 7 series and many other high-end cars as well.
With an end goal to additionally streamline things, the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay P2 has just a solitary button covered up on the back to turn it on and off. Everything else — volume, play/stop, skipping tracks — is controlled through adjustable taps and shakes that you design through an associated app with your phone.
It’s a very interesting move from B&O to provide a perfect and unparalleled feature like no other have ever done before. This feature will work even if you stay away one to 1.5ft from the device. The technology has been borrowed from some wireless earbuds like Samsung Icons or Apple Airpods. However, you can shake the device to change the tracks or gently tap on the surface to change or turn the volume up to a high peak.
Finally, when it’s about the connectivity specification this beautiful futuristic Bang & Olufsen Beoplay P2 connects the device with Bluetooth 4.2. It additionally has a microphone, USB-C charging, and splash resistance. Last but not least, this device can be juiced up to 10Hrs of music playback. The listed price of this device is $169.