Olive ONE Home Music Player Drums up Support on Indiegogo

Olive has big plans for a home music player that can connect to virtually any device, app, and service you have that might store or play music. The aptly-named ONE All-In-One Home Music Player is a slick, cylindrical device with a touch interface and support for a wide range of music formats and connections. Olive is looking for music/gadget lovers to chip in via crowd-sourcing site Indiegogo.
 

Olive ONE Home Music Player

The open platform-based Olive One supports AIFF, ALAC, WAV, MP3, and many other song formats so it can play whatever music you have, whether it’s on your iTunes account or it’s part of your music library on your PC. You can use the interface to browse songs from all of your collections and services, such as Pandora. The device also has several add-on options, including support for a hard drive, which will let the ONE play your music for you wherever you go. Olive is also touting a speaker that can sit under the ONE.


Connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi, with support for playing music on your TV via Miracast and the like. Olive launched the ONE on Indiegogo today with $379 getting you a ONE around July of 2013. That’s the early-bird special – $399 is the typical cost. Indiegogo is also looking for suggestions from anyone who loves music.

Via:  Olive

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