The House of Marley speakers that debuted during CES 2019 in Las Vegas is the brand's first venture into the smart home audio system market. The company focused on sustainable design, as per usual, to produce a tech-forward and stylish product that will enhance the consumer experience.
The brand debuts a collection that builds on its timeless aesthetic. Durable, functional and planet-friendly, the House of Marley speakers highlight the updated 'Get Together Mini' which is made compatible with the Google Assistant, the bamboo-based 'Sir It Up Wireless,' and the "CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree" 'No Bounds XL.'
In addition, the company boasts a selection of wireless earbuds and headphones, including its "first eco-conscious true wireless Bluetooth earbuds 'Liberate Air,' the over-ear headphones 'Exodus' and 'Exodus ANC,' as well as the enhanced 'Redemption' model.
These House of Marley Speakers are Eco-Conscious and Stylish
1. Sustainable Audio Systems - Businesses can innovate by developing eco-conscious audio systems, such as those made with sustainable materials or powered by renewable energy sources.
2. Integration with Smart Assistants - Companies can create new opportunities by integrating their audio products with popular smart assistants like Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.
3. True Wireless Headphones - The development of eco-conscious, true wireless headphones provide opportunities for businesses operating in the tech and audio industries to tap into a growing consumer demand for sustainable headphones.
1. Consumer Electronics - Consumer electronics companies can incorporate sustainable design into their audio product offerings, such as House of Marley did with its eco-conscious speakers and headphones.
2. Home Automation - Home automation businesses can improve the consumer experience by developing audio products that can be integrated with smart home systems and operated via voice assistants like Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.
3. Renewable Energy - Renewable energy companies have an opportunity to develop audio products that are powered by clean energy sources, such as solar panels or wind turbines, to cater to eco-conscious consumers.