The Beoplay P2 Is A Bluetooth Speaker That Replaces Buttons With Tap And Gesture Controls
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Pocket-lint is supported by its readers. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Called the BeoPlay P2, it's the company's smallest wireless speaker to date and comes with some intuitive controls to replace physical buttons. By default, a simple double tap anywhere on the front grille of the compact speaker will play or pause whatever song is playing, while shaking it will skip forward to the next track. There's not a single button or switch on the speaker, save for an embedded power button on the rear, as all other controls are done through the companion Beoplay app for iOS and Android.
Take Beoplay P2 with you wherever you go, all thanks to splash and dust resistant drivers inside the speaker and a tightly sealed casing of aluminium and polymer. And weighing in at a very light grams, it fits easily in your pocket or bag. No switches or buttons required. Play, pause or skip tracks, launch your favourite personal assistant or get Beoplay App to wake you up with the same music you were listening to yesterday evening. The speaker is supported by a new, mid-woofer driver and a peak power of more than 2 x 50 Watts. A built in microphone can be used for calls and voice activation. Like a pebble you find on the beach, the appearance of Beoplay P2 is rounded, smooth and fits perfectly in the palm of your hand.
Bluetooth speakers can be a little hit and miss. The Beoplay P2 is a little different from other portable speakers. Not only does it offer seriously good performance for such a small package, but it blurs the lines between smart and dumb speakers with its gesture and voice controls. 2b1af7f3a8