Remember the days where you couldn’t listen to your favourite music out and about unless you had a pack of triple A batteries or a shitty phone speaker? Luckily for music fans around the world, the days of lugging round out-dated speakers and battery-powered transistor radios are long gone.
With just about every device out there supporting Bluetooth, it’s become a default way to audio-indulge, and there’s a whole world of truly unique speakers on the market that fully allow you to listen to music on-the-go.
With an array of different Bluetooth devices competing to be the best and stand-out, these are the ones that bring something different to the table; while satisfying the needs of people wanting high-end sound quality.
Cheers, to modern technology!
What it is: S3 Bluetooth Speaker
Why it’s different: Aesthetically, the S3 speaker is certainly pleasing. This oddly shaped speaker draws heavily on geometry from a design point of view; in order to achieve the best possible sound and allow consumers to indulge in an immersive sound experience.
What it is: Fugoo Style BT speaker
Price: $139.99 (Order from US)
Why it’s different: It can get pretty annoying when you’re chilling with your mates and your speakers die on you. Well, with these bad boys you won’t have to worry about that! With its 40-hour battery life, they’re perfect to keep you going well into the next day. One for the crack-ons ;)
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