By now you probably have heard of Bose’s soundlink, a device that is essentially an open box that connects to a car’s speakers.
The idea is that you plug the device in and let it do all the heavy lifting, then the sound is sent wirelessly to a remote device, where you can control the volume and playback.
But that is where the similarities end.
Bose has now come up with a Bluetooth-powered device that plugs into a vehicle’s speakers and gives the sound a real sense of location.
Called the BOSE SoundLink+, it will work with any car, from the 2017 Chevy Bolt to the 2017 Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid.
The company is also making a Bluetooth version of its soundlink that plugs directly into a car stereo.
That will be available later this year.
The Bose soundlink+ uses the same basic soundcard technology as the SoundLink, but it has the added bonus of being Bluetooth 4.0, the latest wireless standard, which is faster than previous versions.
The Bose BoseSoundLink+ also uses the latest driver update, which added support for Android Auto, Google Assistant, Google Maps, and other Google-related features.
This allows you to control the BOSSoundLink+, using your phone, tablet, or computer.
But the company has also made a few changes to make it more usable for more users.
First, there is now a “Music Player” button on the bottom of the BISoundLink+.
This will allow you to play music from the phone or tablet.
It will also be used to control playback of your own music and Google Assistant.
The company is using the BESoundLink+ to connect to a new feature of the Google Home speaker, which lets you control music playback and sound from your Google Home device.
It works on both Android and Apple devices, though Google Home devices are not supported.
The new feature is still experimental and will be released as a beta this summer.
The other major change to the BBSoundLink+, is that it is now available as a wireless charging solution.
Instead of charging the Bisk SoundLink+.
through a wall plug, it uses an internal cable and USB cable to power the device.
This gives the BTSoundLink+) the same functionality as the BCSoundLink, though the USB charging cable is not as long as the existing ones.
The phone or tablets will also support charging via USB-C, but there are no plans for charging the device via the Type-C port.
There is no word yet on when the BiasoundLink++ will be sold, but we’ll update you if we hear anything.
If you’ve got questions, the BasesoundLink plus FAQ has some answers.