At the beginning of 2017 I would have recommended the UE Roll 2 as the go-to travel-friendly speaker. Considering how good it sounds, the Roll 2 is surprisingly small and can fit into just about any bag. Maybe even a jacket pocket! The decision of “best travel speaker” isn’t so clear-cut anymore. Ultimate Ears launched…
Just like TVs, computer monitors don’t usually come with the best of speakers — often producing flat and tinny sound. Speaker systems like the Edifier M3200BT are a great way to add some style to your desk setup without breaking the bank at just under £50. And what’s more, it’s packing 34 watts of power…
After reviewing the original UE Roll it earned itself the title of my favourite compact speaker. It’s the kind of versatile speaker I could use during my karaoke sessions in the shower, take away with me on holiday or use by the pool. Earlier this year Ultimate Ears launched the new and upgraded version of the…
KitSound is one such outfit, and the Pocket Hive is the most portable speaker in the British firm’s range. It is unusually shaped — hexagonal, mimicking honeycomb — and competitively priced at a R.R.P. of £40.
OTONE’s Blufiniti speaker is a curvy but great sounding portable Bluetooth speaker. At £49.99 it comes across as a bargain, but is it worth your money? Read the full review to find out!
The Liberate BT has Marley’s signature look, and at £99.99 it fits into the firm’s usual mid-range price point. But can it deliver the sound quality and usability to match?
We got invited to check out the new Megaboom speaker by Ultimate Ears tonight, plus a cool snowboarding lesson with Olympian Aimee Fuller to go with it!
AcoustiPhase’s Mini Cannon is the brand’s first attempt at the portable and affordable speaker market, and after using it during summer barbecues as well as some private listening in my bedroom, here’s what I think of this small £79 speaker.
Fed up with your iPad’s speakers? Amp is a sleek, modern case that combines the protective and portable benefits of an iPad case with premium audio technology. Read more here.
With an RRP of £49.99, Inateck’s BP2001 remarkably affordable, and it packs 10W of audio, too. But can a jack-of-all-trades company really produce a masterful sound experience? To find out, I gave the BP2001 a try.