CES 2015 - Danish company Bang & Olufsen announced its BeoSound Moment smart music system, able to adapt to listening patterns and make music and radio recommendations.
The BeoSound Moment utilizes an aluminum interface and a built-in touchscreen to make it easier for owners to browse radio stations and their own music collection. Bang & Olufsen partnered with Deezer, which has a catalog of more than 35 million songs, so there are plenty of music choices that can be provided.
In addition, a custom MoodWheel provides an easy method to find the appropriate type of music based on user moods.
The Bang & Olufsen BeoSound Moment will be released on January 30, with a $2,795 MSRP.
"As a modern, cloud-based music system, BeoSound Moment will offer software updates with new features and improvements," said Marie Kristine Schmdit, VP of Brand, Design & Marketing at Bang & Olufsen, in a press statement. "We have prepared a firm software update roadmap for BeoSound Moment including the deployment of a very compelling multi-room experience that encompasses both television and audio products planned for Summer 2015."
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