With the goal of bringing to its users “new ways to enjoy music and make memories,” Samsung recently unveil the Level Box Slim and the Image Stamp, an IPX7-rated (water-resistant) portable speaker and portable wireless printer, respectively.
Although the market is already saturated with other notable portable speaker products under the brands Beats, Bose, and Sony, Samsung is setting itself apart from the competition by introducing a similar device that is more than just capable of running loud, clear music.
Samsung tried to live up with the notion by incorporating the so-called IPX7 rating as part of the portable speaker’s design which therefore give it water resistance at a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes. This makes the device ideal in running music by the pool side or any watery areas where it risks itself in getting wet but without any harmful effect in the process.
Unlike its competitors, the Level Box Slim can also act as a portable power bank thanks to its 2600 mAh battery capacity. When used for charging other devices, 2600 mAh may not be much to sustain a full charge on any high-end device. However, when used only for running or amplifying any sound, this battery capacity can last the device for as long as 30 hours of continued usage.
On the other hand, Samsung has also revealed its another mobile device accessory that will let users print pictures taken using their mobile phones or tablets on-the-go: Image Stamp.
While other devices of its kind find norm in requiring 3:2 ratio for their prints, the Samsung Image Stamp prides itself of being more capable of producing higher quality outputs by incorporating on the 16:9 ratio.
The South Korean electronics giant claimed that with 16:9 ratio, it “ensures that photos are printed exactly as they’re presented on a user’s screen.”
Adding a more convenient feature to the auxiliary device, the Image Stamp gives users the option to add QR code to every photo taken which contains critical information such as where the image was taken, and more.