A "social" media player
Recharge your portable device through the Beats Pill's USB port (pictured in black).
Of course the music experience you get from your Beats headphones is great, but it's a pretty isolated affair. That's perfect when you're on the subway, traveling, or simply listening to music by yourself. But what about when you want to share your tunes with others? Luckily, there's a remedy for that — the Beats Pill 2.0. Small and light enough to slip into a bag when you go on a trip, and barely a handful as you move to another room or out on the deck, the Pill 2.0 pairs wirelessly to your smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device. From there you can play your music for everyone.
The signature Beats style and sound
This speaker's unique curved design and metal grille help it stand out. And like all Beats products, the Pill 2.0's sound profile has been crafted to Dr. Dre's exacting standards. The system's four built-in speakers deliver your music with clear highs, detailed mids, and, of course, plenty of bass.
For better stereo separation and better coverage in larger spaces, you can run two Pills together wirelessly in a stereo configuration.
Stay charged on the go
You don't want to shut down the party just because your phone or mobile device is displaying an empty battery icon. Fully charged, the Pill can play for about 7 hours, or you can use some of that power to fuel your smart device. Simply plug it into the Pill's USB port to keep the tunes flowing.
Answer the call
You can also use the Pill 2.0 as a speakerphone. When your smartphone's paired with the Pill, you can accept calls and carry on conversations hands-free. The internal microphone has echo cancellation to ensure call clarity.