Originally launched in 2007, Bowers & Wilkins' Zeppelin became an iPod-era design icon. Fast forward nearly 15 years and a couple of iterations later, and you find the all-new Zeppelin. Reimagined from the ground up, it keeps the original's elegant shape, but drastically upgrades the internals. Its decoupled double-dome tweeters are fully isolated from vibrations, resulting in clearer highs, while the 90mm midrange drivers borrow Fixed Suspension Transducer technology from their floor-standing speakers. A 150mm subwoofer rounds out the drivers, which are powered by 240W of on-board amplification. A software-upgradable digital "brain" provides support for AirPlay 2, aptX Adaptive Bluetooth, Spotify Connect, Alexa, multi-room audio (coming in early 2022), and a host of other services via the Bowers & Wilkins Music app, and a hidden LED provides optional illumination when desired.