Logitech announces $99 Bluetooth Mini Boombox
Logitech today announced a new Bluetooth speaker which not only operates as a great add-on for you music fans, but also doubles as a speakerphone for phone calls and video chats. Called the Mini Boombox, it features a rechargeable internal battery which promises up to 10 hours of playback “depending on usage and environmental settings”. The top side of the speaker offers a backlit touch control panel so that users can toggle volume, advance tracks, and more via the A2DP connectivity.
The Logitech Mini Boombox may be small, but it’s big on performance. It features a specially designed acoustic chamber that lets you enjoy great sound with enhanced bass, and the handy speakerphone with built-in mic gives you clear calls in the office, in the car or in the back yard. It’s great for phone calls or video chats – alone or with a group.
The Logitech Mini Boombox will be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning later this month (November) with a suggested retail price of $99.99.
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