If you’re an Android user, then you’re probably jealous of the massive assortment of docks out there that are available for the iPhone and iPod. Well Philips has heard your cries and has come out with a slew of Philips Fidelio docking speakers at IFA 2011 that will work with most Android smartphones, and even many Android tablets. Philips has managed to accomplish this by developing a special USB connector that is able to adjust to hold any smartphone in both portrait and landscape positions.
Plus, in conjunction with the docks, Philips has come out with a special Fidelio app for Android, that should be used if you really want take advantage of all of the Fidelio’s speakers capabilities.
Using this new connector design, they have come out with three new docking docks in their Fidelio for Android range:
The clean lines of the curved back on the Fidelio for Android (AS851) not only looks remarkable, but also creates a more effective structure for acoustics and precisely tuned bass pipes for deep, tight bass reproduction so you’ll experience a superb crystal-clear sound. This model comes with Philips Digital sound processing for lifelike, distortion-less music and 30W RMS total output power.
This slightly smaller Fidelio for Android (AS351) will give you the right sound at home and on the go. With the option to choose between battery and AC power, you can enjoy your music anywhere. This model offers Dynamic Bass Boost to preserve low tones for deep bass at any volume level and comes with 10W RMS total output power. A special shielding technology blocks mobile phone interference whilst the AUX-in at the back side of the device means you can connect almost any electronic device.
The third model in the range, the Fidelio for Android (AS111) comes in an elegant and compact design that looks gorgeous from every angle and fits onto every bedside table. Its 360-degree design gives a rich omni-directional sound to fill your bedroom, whilst neodymium speakers deliver a pure balanced sound so you can wake up to a great sound from your Android phone.