Summary: For common users who're looking for something neat, easy to lug around even in their knapsack, and of course for those with a rather large bank balance, the Bose SoundLink Mobile Speaker is quite a good bargain. For everyday use at home, or a little tag along for picnics, it’s an expensive investment, especially when its price is Rs. 23,513 for the leather cover model and Rs. 19,013 for the nylon cover model.
Conclusion: The portable Bluetooth-powered Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker features more powerful audio than you?d expect from its small, well-designed frame, and it integrates a cool cover that doubles as a stand.
Pros: Strong audio performance. Portable and built with sturdy materials. Clever design uses protective cover as a stand when speaker is in use. Can wirelessly stream music from virtually any compatible Bluetooth device?not just iPhones, iPods, and iPads.
Cons: Expensive for a portable speaker system. Song beginnings get clipped when skipping or un-pausing. Not for audiophiles.
Conclusion: As a manufacturer, Bose has its lovers and haters. Small wonder: We like what the Wave SoundLink does, but its $599 price tag is a kick in the teeth. There’s no denying that the Wave SoundLink would be a fun addition to any office, bedroom, kitchen or other area that could need a little musical lift.
Pros: Good sound quality, flexible design
Cons: Insane price, USB sticks out, only provides volume control for PC sources
Excerpt: Bose SoundLink är med sina 1,5 kilo testets tyngsta deltagare. Här får du en gedigen resehögtalare som visserligen kan vara för tung för att ta med sig på tågluffen men som passar perfekt när du inte behöver bära så mycket under längre sträckor.