Motorola unveiled a fancy (and retro) lookin’ Bluetooth hub called Moto Stream which, like similar devices, can turn any speaker into its wireless counterpart. Borrowing design cues from Rubik’s Cube, the Stream costs $50 and promises connectivity of up to 300ft, as well as seamless one-touch NFC pairing with Android and Windows Phone devices.
The device is rather simple – it has a microUSB port (for powering the Stream) and a 3.5mm headset jack used for connecting speakers. After that easy setup is completed, you have to connect your phone, tablet or computer and – you’re good to go. The Stream will support any source of music from your device and beam it to speakers so that everyone can hear the music or whatever you happen to listen at that moment. This means that you don’t have to rely on your own music library and can also tap into music streaming services like Spotify, Rdio, Beats and so on.
So, are you interested in getting the Moto Stream? Perhaps the following video convinces you to spend those 50 bucks. Check it out.