Motorola Introduces The Moto Stream



Even in the midst of their sale from Google to Lenovo, Motorola is still making awesome things. Today they’ve introduced the Moto Stream, a little device that can make any speaker wireless.

At first glance, the Moto Stream may remind you of the ill-fated Nexus Q from Google a few years ago. Of course, that device was very expensive (US$300) and not very intuitive.  The Moto Stream is very different, from its price to its design, and more.

The Moto Stream allows and speaker that isn’t wireless to have that feature through either Bluetooth 3.0 or NFC. You just connect the Moto Stream to your speakers through the included 3.5 mm to RCA adapter or a 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm cable as well. Only the RCA cable is included though.

Once you connect the Moto Stream to your speakers, all you have to do is connect to it either via Bluetooth pairing or NFC on compatible devices. Up to five Bluetooth devices can be connected at once and any of them can change the currently playing song anytime.

And the Moto Stream is compatible with Android devices, iOS devices, and even computers. The range for Bluetooth is up to 300 feet, so you can make sure you can change the song. And it’s only $50.

Yes, it’s only $50 for this device. That’s quite a bargain, since you won’t have to purchase new speakers just to make them wireless. It’s available right now from Motorola’s website or starting June 6th at Radioshack. Will you be getting one?

Source: Motorola