Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker

Nov 14, 2014

Category: Tech

Bose has certainly carved out an image for itself as a manufacturer of high quality audio products, but when it comes to style and hipness, your Aunt Linda probably gives them a run for their money.

The new SoundLink Color bluetooth speaker aims to liven things up a bit with a few different colors to choose from and a very doable price tag. It features a range of about 30 feet, voice prompts to guide you through Bluetooth pairing, up to eight hours of music running off the rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and “well-balanced, full-range Bose sound.” It remembers the eight most recent devices you’ve used, so reconnecting is a breeze, and it has an auxiliary input and Micro USB port. At $130, this could be a nice stocking stuffer for the casual music fan. [Purchase]

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