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While there's certainly been no better time to binge-watch your favorite shows and movies, both new and old, I've been challenging myself to cut down on screen time. It's tricky, so I figured listening to more music would help me do just that while also allowing me to multitask a bit more.
So I decided to update what had already been working great for my apartment audio needs by adding a new Sonos One SL ($129; originally $179) wireless speaker for streaming music.
There's a lot to like about Sonos speakers, and that starts with their overall sleek and compact design and minimal packaging.
OK, so once you're all set up on your network, you can stream your music (or podcasts for that matter) either via the Sonos app or your preferred streaming service.
Because of its size, the Sonos One SL can fit in just about any space in any room including the bathroom because it's humidity resistant.
What I'm really digging on the newer SL models are the super-easy-to-use "capacitive touch controls."
And this just in, Sonos Radio, "a free, ad-supported streaming radio service, available to Sonos customers" just launched.
See how well the speaker fits in with all your tchotchkes and bric-a-brac? Even a small lamp towers over it.
Get it from Sonos for $129 (originally $179; available in black or white).