Sony releases promo video for BSP60 Smart Bluetooth Speaker

by XB on 5th June 2015

in Accessories, Videos


Sony BSP60The Sony Smart Bluetooth Speaker BSP60 is due to launch towards the end of this month. It is on pre-order for £220/€299 across Europe and Sony will include the SmartBand Talk during the pre-order promotion. Sony has released a quick promotional video for the BSP60 Speaker to highlight exactly what you get for that price. This includes intelligent hands-free calling, voice control, weather reports and notifications. Check out Sony’s dancing speaker in the video below.

Thanks Ben!

  • Daniele

    I want a male voice too :/

  • phil

    lol

  • Michelangelo Ceferino

    It’s funny on this year I’ll buy it ?

  • inspire

    This little guy so belongs to the novelties that Japan used to produce and was famous for!

    Unfortunately the masses don’t care for such sweet technological Japanese novelties anymore :(

  • Timel

    So cute and cool
    At least this smart speaker is still much more interested than the shitperia Z3 plus.

  • Camilo

    IP68 too?

  • Damn it, why didn’t they make it look like Haro! I’d buy it in a heartbeat! XD

  • Raj Singh

    That was a really bad commercial.
    Sony doesn’t know how to sell or market its products.

  • mukul verma

    whats bad in this, its awsmw like any other sony ads.

  • Raj Singh

    For a conglomerate that owns a movie studio, it was poorly executed.

  • Nightmare

    Holy shit! That’s why I love Sony.

  • Timel

    Sony Pictures doesn’t have magnetic blockbuster movie like The Avengers, Justice League, Transformers.

  • Geese Howard

    This reminds me for Pixar’s Wall-E…. while it looks pretty cool, but it’s pron to be easily broken if you press its ‘ears’ very often…

  • Kamil1308

    As much as I love Sony I have to agree. There was nothing exciting about this commercial, I was boring and defenitly after watching it you wont think that you have to buy it. You are better of buying a BOSE speaker rather then this. This speaker looks like a toy for a kid rather then a speaker wroth 300 Euro.

  • Tom Brookman

    Sonys marketing skills are embarassing… where are the good old times where Aibo did marketing for Sony camcorders or Minidisc (surely transferred to the modern equipment of our time)? Or those Handycam ads where a car crashes into a gas station but the competitor camcorder ran out of batteries…

    Oh Sony… you know one thing for sure nowadays: How to ruin yourself! :-(

    I love Sony products and it’s a shame to see the company going down the drain.

  • Pavithren Pakianathan

    The worst SONY commercial I have ever seen!

  • Jacen23

    please…
    That’s just bad.

    Do you want an example of an awesome ad? Here you go, brilliant as every Bravia colours ad, not that bulls*** ;)

    https://youtu.be/0_bx8bnCoiU

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  • I want one, if it has good enough battery?

  • Zen

    Another example of a good commercial from Sony

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz-9ThFyhdg

  • imparanoic

    Seems you don’t know much about real hifi, bose and bang and olufsen are not, hence why you find these brands in swanky malls, real high fidelity Which blast bose and b and O out the water include bower and Wilkins, Kef, mission, tannoys etc

  • Kamil1308

    We are talking about normal home speakers not professional audio equipment.

  • imparanoic

    With that statement, proves even more than bang and olufsen,. Bose, beats and skull candy seem to be your opinion of high fidelity, which means you don’t know high fidelity, the manufacturer of mention mostly produce home speaker from usd250 to usd150,000. Nothing to do with professional audio equipment, regardless which country from, even in India, or Vietnam will have distributior of high fidelity audio which I.mentioned above, even sony has had products that fit in high fidelity, ie, qs range, As well mass market non high fidelity products such as bluetooth speakers

  • imparanoic

    With that statement, proves even more than bang and olufsen,. Bose, beats and skull candy seem to be your opinion of high fidelity, which means you don’t know high fidelity, the manufacturer of mention mostly produce home speaker from usd250 to usd150,000. Nothing to do with professional audio equipment, regardless which country from, even in India, or Vietnam will have distributior of high fidelity audio which I.mentioned above, even sony has had products that fit in high fidelity, ie, qs range, As well mass market non high fidelity products such as bluetooth speakers

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  • jonyah

    So, this is just like Amazon’s Echo (Alexa), except it moves and pairs with your phone for calls. I have two Echo’s now and love them, but I may have to get one of these as well to add to the mix. Echo doesn’t have a battery which really sucks, but it’s great for a fixed location. I sure hope you can change it’s name from “speaker” (as I hope you can change Echo’s name from Alexa soon).

  • Maysun Abdullah

    Hey nice blog!! Where it is available in Dubai? I am currently looking for good bluetooth speakers in sale online. I landed here, where i found awesome varieties – http://dgsouq.com/audio-video/sony-ericsson/earphones-speakers.html
    Also if you know please do reply.Any one from dubai?

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