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B&O is celebrating springtime with a load of limited editions

B&O Play already makes some of the most beautiful tech around, but the great Dane has rolled out some limited-edition colours to make its speakers and headphones even classier.

Ah, spring. A time for fresh daffodils, umbrellas, stuffing your face with chocolate in honour of a 2000-year-old Roman execution… But B&O is feeling the oceanic vibes about this hit-and-miss time of year, breaking out some briney shades for some of its best-loved models.

The gorgeous Beoplay H4 wireless headphones get two new colours: Aloe (light minty green) and Steel Blue (almost charcoal but with a hint of blue). Those shades are carried across not just some of the anodised aluminium, but also the braided cabling and lambskin-upholstered headband.

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The same hues find their way onto the circular Beoplay A1 portable Bluetooth speaker.

The pocketable Beoplay P2 Bluetooth speaker gets just one special limited-edition springtime shade: Teal (like a mermaid’s tail). Although it’s arguably the tastiest of the lot.

The Beoplay H4 cost £249, while the Beoplay A1 is £229 and the Beoplay P2 costs £149.

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