Google Assistant is now available to work with the all new JBL LINK 10 and 20 speakers and next year the Link 300.
The JBL Link 20 sits in the middle of the Link range. Available in white or black, it’s a cylindrical speaker that stands 210mm tall. A wraparound speaker grill covers the majority of the speaker, with a small connectivity indicator on the front base, and controls sat on its top, flat surface.
The LINK 300 which will be available next year is the most powerful speaker out of the series.
Every speaker in the range includes Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. The LINK 10 and 20 portable speakers come with 5 to 10 hours of battery life, and both also carry IPX7 waterproof rating.
The more powerful Link 300 speaker is designed as a multi-speaker system which JBL claims can be easily linked together for a multi-room grand listening experience.
Each speaker has Chromecast built-in as well as HD audio streaming. The LINK 10 is priced at $249, and the Link 20 is priced at $299
Consumers can order both the 10 and 20 series from JBL’s online store, the Harvey Norman store, and lastly at JB Hi-Fi. The 300 should be available next year in March, however pricing has not yet been confirmed.