House of Marley Launches Wireless Speaker Bag
LAS VEGAS — House of Marley, the electronics company inspired by reggae singer Bob Marley, debuted a Bluetooth wireless speaker bag, featuring the company's new super eco-friendly fabric, a mix of recycled water bottles, organic cotton and reclaimed hemp.
The late Bob Marley's son, Rohan, who is the sixth child of 11, was on hand to talk about the new design at CES Unveiled, a preview of this week's gadgets at the electronics show in Las Vegas. The over-the-shoulder messenger-style bag holds 4.5-inch high-output woofers, 1-inch high-definition tweeters and a powerful amplifier. A built-in USB port is included to charge music players.
The Bag of Riddim is able to stream music from any Bluetooth-enabled device, including iPhones and Android devices. That means your phone can stay safely in your pocket while you jam hands-free. There's a front pocket to hold your phone and other essentials, as well as a flap on the backside that unsnaps to form a sturdy stand.
The Bag of Riddim will be available this month for $400.