2021 Accessories News

Bowers & Wilkins’ new Zeppelin wireless speaker brings better sound and streaming services support

British audio company Bowers & Wilkins has announced an all-new version of their classic Zeppelin wireless speaker.

Giles Pocock, Vice-President of Brand Marketing, Bowers & Wilkins, said, “We are so proud to be able to introduce the all-new Zeppelin. It’s the best-sounding, best-looking and smartest Zeppelin we’ve ever created. It really does mean that you can have the audio performance our fans have come to
expect from Bowers & Wilkins, plus all the intuitive features and ease of use they demand, in one beautifully designed package.”

The new Zeppelin comes with a dedicated left and right speaker assemblies around a central, large subwoofer to offers 240W of sound.

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin speaker (2021) – Midnight Grey

In terms of connectivity, the new Zeppelin comes with Alexa built-in for hands-free voice control, AirPlay 2, Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX Adaptive support and Spotify Connect.

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin speaker (2021) – Midnight Grey

Using the Bowers & Wilkins app, you can connect to streaming services like Tidal, TuneIn, Deezer,, Soundcloud and more.

Then in early 2022, an update for the Zeppelin will add multi-room support for the speaker and can make a system with Bowers & Wilkins’s Formation speakers.

The new Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin is available now from the company’s website for $999 CAD ($799 USD) and comes in Midnight Grey and Pearl Grey colours.


Source: Bowers & Wilkins

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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