Bluetooth speakers have been getting better and better these days. Since the Jambox brought portable size with great sound, other Bluetooth speakers have been trying to reach and maintain that quality. The JBL Flip may be a good choice for those who like a smaller size speaker with not too much base.
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With many states requiring drivers to go handsfree, Bluetooth devices are growing. The Jabra Drive is a simple device that clips on to your visor and is ready to go when you are. Pairing is simple and easy with almost any modern phone. In fact, it automatically enters pairing mode when turned on for the first time.Read more
Recently, I had the opportunity to review the Jambox by Jawbone. The device has been out for a some time, but the quality is consistently good. With the recent release of a larger model, the Jambox, big or small, provides a strong speaker for most situations. After having the Jambox for less than one day, I felt the need to hurry down to my local AT&T store here in Nashville and purchase my own device.
The device is available in black, white, blue, and grey. Most stores seem to stock the black or white ones, whereas the other can be found online. The Jambox is small, especially for the quality of sound it puts out. It measures around 6 inches in length and weighs in around 12 ounces. It can be easily carried in a laptop bag or by itself with or without the handy wrap-around case that is included.
The Beatbox Portable is a solid speaker with very good sound. Any music device with a headphone jack or Bluetooth connection can be connected to the speaker. Thanks to some review units, I was able to test the device with a newly upgraded HTC phone and a newly released HTC device, as well as an iPhone. The Beatbox Portable did not disappoint.
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