Samsung has entered the premium market of wireless speakers with the new Shape M7, to compete with the likes of Sonos. Thanks to the combination of great features, stylish design, and aggressive pricing, the device is a very good competitor.
Samsung equipped the Shape M7 with support for most common connectivity standards that allows the speaker to stream music from any phone or tablet. Sound of great quality and loudness is guaranteed by CNT pulp cone mid-range drivers and silk dome tweeters. With a unique multi-room feature, the device can be easily chained with other M7 speakers to keep the sound synced and flowing throughout the house or office. Unfortunately, there is a catch – in order to enjoy this functionality and the stereophonic experience it delivers, you will need an additional “Samsung Hub” priced at $49.99.
To optimize playback for the Shape M7 and make it more appealing to the buyers, Samsung has partnered with several streaming services. Currently it is Amazon Cloud Player, Pandora, Rhapsody, and TuneIn Radio, but others are expected to join soon.
Samsung Shape M7 will be available in the United States in October for $399.99.