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Infinity One Speaker

Infinity has long been known for its in-home and car stereo speakers, but it's never been heavily involved in the portable audio game — until now. The Infinity One Speaker is the company's first portable wireless system, offering Bluetooth wireless technology, the ability to recharge your device via a powerful 2.1A USB port, a silicone-sealed, water-resistant, cylindrical body, a 10-hour battery, and a pair of passive radiators to help improve low-end performance. As for the look? Well, you have Linkin Park — the company's brand ambassadors — to thank for that.

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