Since the inception of smart speakers, users have been waiting for more features to debut on them.
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) published a new report today from its latest "home automation devices" study that shows Amazon and its Echo products with a 76 percent USA market share, compared to 24 percent for Google and its Google Home device.
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Now, Ninety7 aims to bestow the same portable capabilities to the Google Home.
The Loft cleverly takes advantage of Google Home's detachable bases. It adds a battery to the speaker setup with 4 LEDs to display battery levels. The Dox looks more compact than the Vaux, and the Vaux only offered six hours of battery.
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Ninety7 now has the LOFT and DOX as portable battery bases for two of the most popular smart speakers today. You can now roam around your house with Google Home or any other place with Wi-Fi in range. Grab a LOFT for $39.95 (regular RRP is $49.95), while the DOX can be yours for $29.94 (regular RRP is $39.95).
If you've ever wished to carry the Amazon Echo Dot or Google Home around with you, then a battery pack from Ninety7 could be the right up your street. With LOFT, Google Home can easily be used as a portable Bluetooth speaker. Both need to be plugged in, however, so you typically need multiple units if you want to talk to your digital assistant from anywhere in a large home.
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