Bang & Olufsen is not only renowned as a prestige manufacturer of large-scale audio products, it also happens to make our favourite portable speaker ever: the Beosound A1 2nd Gen.
So when the Danish company announced its latest portable for 2021, the Beosound Explore, we were excited to see what new goodness this tin-can-shaped Bluetooth speaker could bring to the party.
It really is about the same size as a tin can you’d find in the cupboard, which makes carting the Beosound Explore around a piece of cake.
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