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HolidayBuyer's Guide

UE Boom

Bose SoundLink Mini

JBL Flip

Sony SRS-BTX500

JBL Charge

Cambridge Soundworks' The Oontz

Logitech UE Mobile Boombox

HMDX Jam Plus

Philips SoundShooter Wireless

JBL Micro Wireless

Jawbone Big Jambox

Audyssey Wireless Speakers

Peachtree Audio Deepblue

While it's not cheap, the UE Boom delivers very big sound and is a great choice for outdoor use.

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$179.00

It may not deliver as big a sound as Bose's step-up Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Speaker II speaker, but the slickly designed SoundLink Mini is significantly smaller, costs $100 less, and sounds good for its tiny size.

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$299.99

The JBL Flip offers a decent amount of bang for the buck, though its battery life could be a bit better.

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$99.99

The Sony SRS-BTX500 may be a little pricey at close to $300, but it looks slick, sounds very good, and comes with a neoprene case for on-the-go use.

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$239.90

The Flip's slightly bigger brother offers a touch better sound but significantly better battery life for $50 more.

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$149.00

Cambridge Soundworks recently dropped the price on the Oontz from $69.99 to $49.99, making it one of the better deals in Bluetooth mini speakers.

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$69.99 MSRP

At just under $100, last year's Logitech UE Mobile Boombox offers good build quality and decent sound for its size.

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$99.99 MSRP

The sequel to the popular HMDX Jam speaker offers slightly improved sound for under $50.

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$59.99 MSRP

People often refer to the Philips SoundShooter Wireless as "the grenade speaker."

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$19.95

The compact JBL Micro Wireless fits nicely in a laptop bag and also has a built-in cord for wired use.

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$94.95

It may not be as portable as the original Jambox, but it offers much bigger -- and better -- sound.

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$299.00 MSRP

Audyssey's Wireless speakers have come down in price, so they're now a nice deal if you're looking for a set of computer speakers that you can also stream music to from your smartphone or tablet. The only downside: they're not portable.

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$299.00 MSRP

As its name implies, the Peachtree Audio Deepblue gets deep -- at least when it comes to bass response. At $399, it's a higher-end model, but it's also one of the better-sounding Bluetooth speakers.

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$31.06
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