CES 2017: DreamWave introduces a trio of portable speakers made for the outdoors

DreamWave is a company that focuses on portable speakers that are built for the rugged outdoors. At CES 2017 this week, it announced three more models.

First up is the Harmony II. Priced at $159, this is built for your average consumer - although the company says that it's professionally crafted - that wants quality sound and great battery life, as it promises 16 hours from the 4,500mAh battery.

Then there's the Elemental. At $249, it's designed for those that enjoy music outdoors. It includes a 110LM LED flashlight that can project 400 feet of an SOS flash sequence, and it has a 12,000mAh battery for up to 14 hours of playback.

Finally, we have the RockStar, which is just a beast. The size of it is massive, and it will cost you $799, so it's not for the faint of heart. DreamWave calls it "the world's first portable, multi-instrument PA system", and it has 103 built-in sound effects, along with a 26,000mAh battery for up to 12 hours of playback.

Clearly, the RockStar is meant for professional use, such as DJs or musicians holding concerts. You can find out more about DreamWave at its website.

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