I'm David Carnoy executive editor for cnet.com and I'm here with the idea -- blank sound -- that.
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Brand -- and this is a Bluetooth.
Is oddly shaped as the -- and it's very easy to carry around with you has it built in rechargeable battery that gives you about.
Nine hours of streaming audio it also has a built in speakerphone capability.
And really that is the strong point of this speaker it does perform well as a speaker phone.
And laid down on a desk it looks -- desk as an appealing design becomes and if you different colors and costs 9999.
-- it's not is good.
For music as bit -- sound -- could pair this with your Smartphone Android.
IOS. IPhone -- or your tablet would that be an iPad or an Android based tablet.
And it does augment the sound of those devices.
It just not great for music it's a little bit and on the base as I said. So you Polly wanna with this for casual -- -- music that uses more as a speakerphone.
And also as a potential movies listening speaker.
This does play fairly loud -- but the good news is it does heavy rubberized bottom.
On so it's not gonna slide around shiny slick surfaces -- -- extras go this does have.
And auxiliary input for non Bluetooth devices. It also has some nice.
Touch buttons on the surface those light up blu -- it kind of cool look especially in the dark.
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