B&O Play's P2 speaker, though released by Bang & Olufsen's everyday consumer arm, stays in line with the luxury parent brand's commitment to top notch design. The portable, personal P2 speaker contains as few visible controls as possible, relying on a combination of gestures, voice control, and app interactions to access all of its functionality. The end result is a sleek and modern pill speaker with excellent sound.
The only button on the entirety of the P2 speaker's surface is the Bluetooth pairing button, which is hidden on the underside of the device by the B&O Play logo. Other than that, users can control it through a mesh top that's touch sensitive, various gestures (like shaking it to shuffle songs,) and optional connectivity to Siri or Google Now through one's phone to enable voice controls.
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