Can Samsung crack wireless audio with its dinosaur egg speakers?

Deep underground, inside Samsung's R&D centre is a typical modern living room. Dotted around the space, either on shelves next to curved-screen TVs or suspended from the ceiling, are a dozen egg-shaped Wireless Audio 360 speakers. The effect reminds me of a scene from Ridley Scott's "Alien," minus the facehuggers. The speaker's design is immediately striking, and according to Samsung at least, so is its sound quality.

"Sit down and relax," instructs Jurack Chae, senior vice president of Samsung's R&D Office, Visual Display, pointing to a sofa placed in the middle of the room. He wants to show me me that the speaker's non-directional sound will fill the entire room with music. "Now listen, and guess which one is being turned on."

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