X-mini ME and WE Bluetooth Speakers now available
In a world where everything has an increasing demand to be portable to cater for the mobile generation, sound is often something that has to take a backseat, with portable speakers often too heavy or large to be a viable portable accessory.
That is where the X-mini ME and WE Bluetooth Speakers look to redefine the pocket-sized portable speaker option. Very often smaller speakers compromise on sound quality but the X-mini ME and WE promise to deliver excellent sound beyond size performance.
The X-mini ME measures just 44mm in height and weighs only 44g, with the X-mini WE at 48mm and 48g respectively, so they’re small enough to take anywhere. The X-mini WE features bluetooth connectivity to play tracks wirelessly as well as enable any other speakers to be bluetooth-enabled.
The X-mini WE comes in a Gunmetal Grey, with more colours to follow, and retails at £29.99 while the wired version, the X-mini ME, is available now in a selection of Gunmetal Grey, Yellow, Pink and Blue, and retails at £19.99. For more information check out their website.
Be sure to look out for our review of the X-mini ME and WE Bluetooth Speakers coming soon on AndroidGuys.
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