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X-mini Clip 2

X-mini Clip 2

X-mini Supa

X-mini Supa

X-mini Supa

X-mini Xoundbar

X-mini Xoundbar

X-mini Infiniti

X-mini Infiniti

X-mini Kai X2, X3

X-mini Kai X3

X-mini Kai X3

Fancy a tiny speaker that plays big sound? That's the idea behind the Click 2. It's called the Click because it has a button you can press to activate the shutter of your phone's camera.

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If one Click 2 isn't enough, you can always pair two up for stereo sound. 

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The X-mini Supa's looks are inspired by vintage audio systems of yore. It's controlled by a dial, comes with two pre-set equalizers for vocal or bass emphasis and has a microSD card reader. 

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The Supa sounds great for its size and plays music from your phone via Bluetooth.

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Besides its dashing good looks, the Supa has a battery life of up to 8 hours.

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The $40 Xoundbar is designed to fit into your pocket and features two full-range stereo drivers with batteries designed to last for 5 hours.

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The Xoundbar is pretty slim and fits in your pocket easily.

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Instead of the small size speakers most of us are familiar with, X-mini has decided to go big with its 360-degree sound bar, the Infiniti. Featuring a sub-woofer, four drivers, the Infiniti easily fills up the room with sound and can be used as a portable speaker with 4 hours of battery life.

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The Infiniti can also be paired with another Infiniti for even more sound.

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The X-mini Kai X come in three sizes (the pancake-shaped Kai X1 isn't pictured) that work alone or paired with another to deliver stereo sound. The medium-sized Kai X2 goes for $70 (about £55 or AU$95) while the Kai X3 retails for $90 (about £70 or $120). If you need more bass in your music, the bigger Kai X2 and Kai X3 are the ones to get.

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While the Kai X3 does look a little like Apple's newly announced Apple HomePod, the speaker was shown off earlier this year at CES 2017.

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Here's another look at the Kai X3. While it looks big in photos, it should fit into any backpack.

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