Android Bluetooth Robot Sound Box Unboxing and Review
As you will see from the video below the packaging for these speakers is great and everything you need comes in the box. Open it up and you’ll find the device itself, a USB wire, instructions, the metal stand for device. As instructions go they’re not really necessary as it is straight forward setup process. Once connected, you are good to play music or use the Android as a hands free kit.
The sound on this device is really quite impressive although quality will suffer if you go to full volume, much like other speakers. I have been playing with this speaker for a number of days now, taking it to friends’ houses and using it in the car as a hands free kit. I must say I am really impressed with how this device works! It doesn’t need batteries as it already has an on-board battery that you charge via the USB cable provided. You can get to around 10 meters from the device without affecting sound and playback lasts about 4.5 hours off of one single charge.
Its pros are that it is affordable, portable, has really good audio quality. I can picture this making a great stocking filler when Christmas comes around! As for cons, this device only has a few which I have already mentioned. The speaker struggles at high volume and I fear its little ears could break off easily. Personally this is an unlikely scenario as I would never have it in a situation where such a thing would occur. As for everyone else though, mileage may vary.
Android Bluetooth Robot Sound Box are priced at £19.95 each and can be found at MobileFun.co.uk!
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