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Consisting of both left and right speaker pods, the egg-shaped iharmonix Q-i-sound offers pretty standard buttons you'll find on typical Bluetooth devices. Located on the left speaker are volume, power, plus track-forward and -back controls.
Meant to handle lots of travel duty, the iharmonix Q-i-sound comes with its own travel case. Unfortunately there's no place for its AC charging cable.
Many modern mobile electronics use magnets to make storage easier. With magnets hidden in its speaker rims, the iharmonix Q-i-sound is no exception.
Those looking for the Qmadix iharmonix Q-i-sound to have a line-in port for attaching older audio devices will be disappointed. The connections here are for charging the device.
Once in its travel case and zipped up tight, the Qmadix iharmonix Q-i-sound doesn't take up much space.