CES is always filled with some interesting devices both big and small. The Pow Mo is one of those interesting devices. It’s an expandable phone speaker that creates an air-filled chamber which the company says produces premium sound with huge volume.
The company says it’s using its own patented “WaveBloom” technology which expands to create an air-filled chamber resulting in demonstrably better resonance. The POW Mo can fit into your pocket making it ultra-portable.
“We’re thrilled to introduce POW Audio and our WaveBloom technology at CES because we truly believe our products will set a new standard for sound quality within the portable audio industry,” said POW Audio Founder Glen Walter. “When creating Mo, we didn’t just try to improve what was already out in the marketplace. We worked to fill a clear gap – an extremely portable speaker with an expandable design that doesn’t sacrifice bass resonance and delivers huge volume.”
The WaveBloom technology differentiates POW Audio within the portable audio space by harnessing air via a transformable middle housing that serves as an elastomer passive radiator. When expanded, the speakers have a smooth, air-filled chamber with continuously curved, non-stepped walls.
POW Audio uses best-in-class compact transducers and internal board components matched with the unique physical platform that introduces a large volume of air. This combination gives POW Audio the ability to push the limits of digital signal processing (DSP), enabling the music to reach higher highs and lower lows that the standard, tightly packed “black boxes” cannot achieve. In addition to speakers, POW Audio has also created a line of accessories to optimize the listening experience and portability of its products.
If you’re interested in the POW Mo you can sign up on their website for more info. Pre-orders will open in January after CES 2019.