Two channels sans cords

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.
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Stow it right

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.
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Made to snap shut

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.
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Bluetooth or bust

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.
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Folds up tight

Once in its travel case and zipped up tight, the Qmadix iharmonix Q-i-sound doesn't take up much space.
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