This evening Anker is unveiling its newest lineup of products at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. Today’s news includes six speakers and the upcoming Nebula Prizm II Pro projector. Anker has been steadily growing its offerings over the last 18 months, culminating in tonight’s expanded SoundCore and Nebula lineup. Head below for more details.
Anker announces refreshed SoundCore line of speakers
Anker is taking the wraps off three new series within its SoundCore line of audio products. First up is the new Rave collection, which includes two speakers of the same name. The larger Rave will retail for $200 with Bluetooth connectivity, 24 hours of playback and IPX4 protection. A more portable version that is full waterproof will sell for $150. Both speakers will be available at Amazon and Walmart in the coming months.
Next up is the SoundCore Icon series, a new line of portable outdoor speakers with a full water, dust, and shockproof design. The larger 10W Icon sports Bluetooth, 12 hours of playtime and a three-inch driver. It will sell for $50, while the smaller Icon Mini cuts the playtime to 8 hours for $30.
Finally, Anker is refreshing is SoundCore Infini soundbar lineup with a new ‘Pro’ model that sports HDMI, Bluetooth and Digital optical feeds. It ships with a 120W output and support for Dolby Atmos. Look for this new soundbar to arrive in early Q2 of this year.
Nebula Projector goes Pro
Along with today’s audio announcements, Anker is also detailing its new Nebula Prizm II Pro. This follow-up to the more consumer-focused model centers around Android TV and offers built-in Chromecast support. There’s also HDMI and Bluetooth connectivity, in addition to Wi-Fi that delivers popular streaming services from YouTube and Hulu. Pricing has yet to be unveiled along with any details on a ship date, but you can expect this product to drop in 2019 according to Anker.
Be sure to keep it locked to our CES 2019 guide for all the latest news and releases out of Las Vegas.