Mu­sic carry bag

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - TEST BENCH -

With a hand­bag-style de­sign, this speaker has porta­bil­ity writ­ten all over it. On the cen­tre of the glossy han­dle is the NFC logo with three but­tons each placed on both the sides. On the left there is power, pair­ing and pause but­tons, while the other side has a call­ing key and vol­ume con­trols. Al­though it looks heavy, this speaker is quite light­weight. Tech­ni­cally, the speaker should be in­stantly paired with an NFC en­abled smart­phone. But when we tried re­view­ing it with the HTC One, it didn’t. We had to man­u­ally turn on the Blue­tooth mode and con­nect it. But next time when we turned on the speaker with mu­sic play­ing on the paired phone, the speaker in­stantly con­nected and started play­ing the mu­sic.

How­ever, un­like its smaller cousin, the BT M8 has re­ally im­pres­sive sound. It was not only loud, but also clear. The au­dio qual­ity is good enough to add life to a party in a small room, mov­ing car or even at any out­door lo­ca­tion.

The speaker can be pow­ered us­ing an AC adapter and has dry cell slots too in case you want to take this for a pic­nic. De­pend­ing upon the bat­ter­ies used, the speaker can give a play­back of up to 20 hours.

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