At IFA 2016, Danish company Bang \u0026 Olufsen demonstrated their new 360-degree speakers BeoSound 1 and BeoSound 2. Both are made in the form of stylish and sleek cones made of polished aluminum, which allows them to fit into any interior. The first model is somewhat more compact and has a built-in battery, it can be taken on a trip and operated for 16 hours. The second instance is much more powerful, behind its dimensions hides a more powerful speaker than in BeoSound 1. The column works only from the network. Both devices are controlled exclusively from a smartphone. It supports wireless data transfer via Google Cast, AirPlay, DNLA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1. However, there is an invisible touchpad that allows you to turn on and off the speakers. The top, as if levitating over the main part of the device, acts as a volume control wheel and can be pressed on it to perform various actions. The wireless BeoSound 1 is already available at a price of $ 1,495; sales of the more powerful BeoSound 2 speaker will start at the end of October at $ 1,895.