Sonos is invigorating its One SL speaker, which doesn’t have consistently on amplifiers or coordinated voice controls, to make it more force productive and recyclable, the organization affirmed to The Verge. Be that as it may, the new model will not have any extra highlights or usefulness. The refreshed speaker initially showed up in FCC filings distributed Monday.
The essential change in this new One SL is a “more productive” remote radio, as indicated by Sonos. The foundation of the speaker has likewise been upgraded to eliminate additional plastics and “stickering,” and the item bundling has a “more economical plan” like what’s utilized with the as of late delivered Sonos Roam. And keeping in mind that there will not be any new usefulness, Sonos says that this refreshed One SL will just work with its more current Sonos S2 application.
Here is by and large what Sonos imparted to us:
We persistently look for freedoms to make our items more proficient and feasible. For this situation, we’ve made updates to One SL that lessen squander, improve recyclability and convey efficiencies in power utilization. The chief change is another, more productive remote radio (henceforth the requirement for a FCC documenting). Also, we’ve upgraded the foundation of the speaker to eliminate additional plastics and stickering just as invigorating the bundling to the new more manageable plan presented with Roam. These progressions don’t convey new highlights or usefulness so it will not be named and sold as another item, however it may be viable with S2. The refreshed One SL is now available on Sonos’ websites and from third-party retailers