The included wall plug is the easiest way to keep the Pop range running, though we’re told the range should also support batteries, making it a little on the portable side, too.


Pricing for the range starts off at $99 for the Pop Mini, with the Midi arriving with Bluetooth for $149 or without for $129, while the Maxi stereo radio with Bluetooth hits store shelves for $179. Availability is now, with JB HiFi getting the units.