Bowers & Wilkins has rolled out a new Zeppelin that is smaller than its predecessor but still claims to produce good sound quality.
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According to the company, the Zeppelin Mini is reduced in size, not in sound, and has great volume levels for such a diminutive package. It is ideal for lounge rooms just like its larger sibling, but it can easily be slotted into a bedroom or kitchen.
It features an updated docking arm that rotates 90 degrees, allowing users to access the Cover Flow menu system on their iPod touch/iPhone. In addition to this, the Mini also comes with a USB port that adds the ability to stream music direct from your PC or Mac via a dedicated USB socket. The USB port also has the advantage of letting you synchronise your iPod or iPhone with your computer.
“This allows you even more flexibility in terms of how you play your music, and any computer system will benefit from the improved sound quality and digital processing that Zeppelin Mini’s advanced Digital Signal Processing and drive unit technology offer,” says the company.