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January 27, 2014

inCync Trying to Kickstart Its Own Mini Bluetooth Speaker

In the Bluetooth speaker market, there are a couple of trends that are standing out among the rest. The first is that these devices need to easy to set up and use and connect to almost any device that uses Bluetooth tech. The second trend is that the Bluetooth speaker needs to be getting smaller and smaller with each new generation. inCync is hoping to come up with a device that will be inbounds of both trends with an offering it is attempting to fund through a Kickstarter campaign.

This is not the first Bluetooth speaker that has tried to go this route and it likely won’t be the last. When talking about a market that is dominated by companies like Sony or Bose there is little recourse available for smaller firms to get the money they need. This was the way that Blazar’s portable speaker was also able to get the funding it needed in order to bring its device to the market.

inCync has been working over the last three years in order to bring this device to market. The research has led to the team being able to offer up a wireless speaker that brings top quality sound in a small and lightweight package. The speaker fits over the ear, but it doesn’t going into the ear, so this means that anyone wearing the device will not drown out ambient noise. That means that people can wear the device while jogging and no they will hear cars coming.

The inCync speaker is compatible with any Bluetooth product and can also sync up with Siri and other virtual assistants that might be on your phone or mobile device. Music might be the top reason to go with this Bluetooth speaker but users can also listen to GPS directions and make and receive phone calls hands free. The Kickstarter campaign for the device started on January 21 and will run for 30 days. The company is looking to generate at least $20,000 and will be handing out preorders to the “backers” who give up the right amount.


Edited by Cassandra Tucker


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