If you thought that you stumbled upon an archive based on the image above, don’t worry because this is still 2012 and those are indeed the Harman Kardon Soundsticks. We know it’s been years since the Soundsticks were revealed but it looks like they have gotten a slight upgrade and are now wireless, allowing users to enjoy the same iconic design, presumably the same sound quality but with the added bonus of it being Bluetooth enabled, allowing users to pair their mobile phones or laptops (that are Bluetooth enabled) with the speakers. The rest of its specs includes a 6” subwoofer, eight full-range drivers, touch controls for adjusting volume and muting, and the ability to output 40 watts of amplification. So if you’d like to own an iconic piece of technology, perhaps these updated Harman Kardon Soundsticks might be of interest to you.
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