Bose helps kids build their own speaker with a $149 kit

The product is part of the company's new BoseBuild STEM program.

Fresh off of the introduction of its new QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones, Bose is back with another new product. This time around it's the Speaker Cube, a build-it-yourself Bluetooth speaker geared toward kids eight years old and older. The product, which is available now for $149, is part of the company's newly minted BoseBuild education program -- one that aims to teach young people about the science of sound.

With the Speaker Cube, kids (or anyone else who's interested in tinkering) can learn step by step how to make a device that reproduces music or other types of noise. Not only that, but they're able to customize the speaker to their liking, with different covers and a variety of colored lights. Of course, since it is a Bluetooth speaker, the Cube pairs easily with smartphones or tablets. And hey, it's okay if you're not a kid but still want one.