Over the past year we’ve reviewed a number of speakers from Edifier, many of which had novel form factors. The new lineup debuted at the 2013 CES has systems along those lines, as well as some more conventional options.
Edifier’s booth at the 2013 International CES.
The Bluetooth-equipped Eclipse ($199) comes in a variety of glossy colors and be set up in a stereo array.
The Ark ($149) is also a Bluetooth speaker, but it’s made to be portable. The battery lasts for about six hours, and there’s a remote hidden on the underside of the unit; it easily slides in and out.
Edifier’s first Lightning connector speaker is M36 iPhone 5 Dock ($TBD). Designed with portability in mind, it leaves out wireless connectivity in favor of Apple’s new plug.
Art deco fans might want to check out Mondrian ($199). The 2.1 channel Bluetooth speaker setup is made up of a large, stylized subwoofer and two satellite speakers.
In direct competition with the Jawbone’s Jambox, Edifier will be launching Extreme Connect ($99). At half the price, it offers the same form factor.