News Anker Soundcore Wakey: Alarm clock, radio, clock and QI charger available in March

The Anker Soundcore Wakey combines everything you need on your bedside table. At its core, this is a rather old-fashioned FM radio, but the Soundcore Wakey Bluetooth loudspeaker also has many other functions. We have summarized these for you.

Anker Soundcore Wakey

Let’s get to the essentials first. The Anker Soundcore Wakey Bluetooth speaker is equipped with 2 x 5 Watt drivers. In comparison, it’s rather a minimum for an alarm clock or radio, but it should be enough. The speakers are hidden behind a grey fabric, not an unusual sight for speakers.

In the middle, behind this textile fabric, there are a total of 200 small LEDs that indicate the time. Thanks to a light sensor that detects the ambient light, the LEDs are dimmed accordingly depending on the darkness.

Anker Soundcore Wakey Bluetooth Speaker

In addition to the already mentioned FM radio, which supports the common frequency range from 87 MHz to 108 MHz, Bluetooth is of course also on board. With the Anker Soundcore Wakey you can also listen to your own music from your smartphone, but the Bluetooth version of the loudspeaker is not yet known.

Speaking of smartphones, the Anker Soundcore Wakey Bluetooth speaker can also be the smartphone charger! On the top side there is a QI charger, which you can use to charge your phone wirelessly, if it is supported by your device. Android smartphones can be charged with a maximum of 10 watts, iPhones with only 7.5 watts.

The Anker Soundcore Wakey Bluetooth speaker and alarm will be available from Amazon at the end of March. What do you think of the combination of Bluetooth speaker, radio, alarm clock and charger?

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Comments (4)

  • 04.03.19 um 12:18

    Bjørn Jostein Nesse

    Just perfect 🔊📻⏰📲

  • 04.03.19 um 12:43

    fortgeorge

    This could be what I have wanted for awhile, depends on how slippery the top is where the phone rests. If it slips off easily then it won’t work, we have pets that tend to bump things on our nightstands(read: cats). Looking forward to trying it out.

  • 05.03.19 um 01:35

    Mohamed Maley Mansaray

    Hello hi ✋ Gudmornin here

  • 09.03.19 um 00:34

    Liam'smom

    That sounds ok, but, I’m with you on the released too soon tip. Although, you did not in anyway say those words.

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