With so many of us now storing our music on smartphones, laptops and tablets the convenience of streaming music to a wireless speaker is hard to ignore. There's never been a greater choice

Chances are you've already got a ton of music on your phone, portable or laptop. Listening through headphones is fine if you're out and about, but when you're at home – or in the garden or on the beach – a wireless speaker will unleash the music and let you and your friends enjoy it. Whether you want AirPlay, Bluetooth or DLNA, battery or mains power, there's a model to suit.

Up to £150
Cambridge Audio Minx Go
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Best wireless speaker up to £150, Awards 2014.

Carries on where its bigger brethren left off: this is a fine speaker, producing a mature, easy-going sound.

£150-£300
Monitor Audio Airstream S200
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Best wireless speaker £150-£300, Awards 2014.

The Monitor Audio Airstream S200 is talented - very talented. It has a long list of streaming features that seems incredible for its £200 pricetag, while the large-scale and subtly dynamic sound is even more impressive considering its small footprint.
£300-£500
Geneva Model S Wireless DAB+
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Best wireless speaker £300-£500, Awards 2014.

A classy speaker with additional radio features, the Model S has reached wireless hi-fi heaven.

£500-£750
Dali Kubik Free
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Best wireless speaker £500-£750, Awards 2014.   The Kubik Free is a real entertainer – an enthusiastic-sounding wireless speaker mixed with a solid feature set.
£750+
Naim Mu-so
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Product of the Year, Awards 2014.

Naim brings a slice of its hi-fi heritage to this truly exceptional piece of design, with the sound quality and features to make it a worthy winner.