One of the best bits of my job as a journalist is that I get to play with hardware that I could never afford to buy. Take the B&O Beoplay M3, for example. It's expensive, looks beautiful--in a barely there at all Scandinavian way--and sound exquisite for a monaural Bluetooth speaker. As much as my life revolves around music, I could never live with myself if I bought one of these things. At $300, it costs too much when there are less expensive, almost as pleasing options out there that won't bleed my pocketbook dry. (Fact: I haven't bought a new speaker in close to four years. My old gear just keeps on keeping on. it's a great problem to have.)
If you, on the other hand, have the money and like pieces of industrial art that sound as good as they look, you'll want to check out my review of this fine piece of hardware.