The Sonos One right bought an update. No, it’s no longer the Google Assistant integration we’ve been awaiting, but an up to this point coloration palette that adds some sparkling original hues (and cost) to the company’s spruce speaker. Sonos tells us that it’s adding red, green, and yellow to the original shaded and white choices, but there’s furthermore a purple model in the image above that accompanied the announcement.
The original colors are the final end result of a collaboration with the Danish carry out designate HAY, and thusly named the “HAY Sonos One Restricted Version Assortment” as a end result of these phrases had been workshopped to accept as true with essentially the most visible impact when clustered together in barely that snarl.
While trivial to many, the coloration of something so popular as a lounge speaker is indispensable to others. And let’s be correct: that yellow is hot. “Coloration is one among the greatest tools in the carry out process, and it used to be critical we didn’t right accept as true with a coloration scale that looked beautiful,” says HAY co-founder Mette Hay. “Colors can conceal fully and go or provide disagreement. These speakers deserve to be treated like furnishings; actual, just objects that might perchance perchance mix in or stand out.”
The original Sonos One colors will likely be on hand to decide on in September (presumably for a slight time) for €259 and $229/£229; which is a decided markup from the original retail pricing of €229 and $199/£199.