Summary: the unit was a lot bigger than I thought. actually one of the biggest portable bluetooth speakers that I have bought before. the cosmetic was appealing and sound quality was decent. However, I thought that the high was bit weak compared to London Duo and for the size of the unit, the bass and loudness weren't up to par. It was decent enough for me to keep it but it had touble pairing with my ACER ultrabook, so I had to return it.
Cons: There are very short breaks, or hiccups, in the sound. I tested on two different devices, so it appears to be the speaker not the source. It does not recharge batteries when plugged into a wall outlet.
Summary: I was considering in the first place JBL Powerup but with 200 more in office was not my goal but the best price. So I got these Creative and they sound decent in closed environments, bass is good but doesn't come close for what you get on the JBL. It is just a decent speaker for the price.
Summary: The product is ok for the price. It has reasonable sound and I had no issues with pairing to my iPhone4. There are a few issues though. The bass is weak and distorted. These types of speakers should not distort at high volumes. If I have to turn down the volume to get it to not distort, then there is something wrong with the design. The audio does sound quite thin without a lot of depth. I also don't like the battery thing.
Summary: After reading all the positive reviews I guess I set my expectations too high. Bought this as a wireless speaker for my kid's laptop and iphone. It works but I'd describe the sound quality as slightly better than a clock radio. Convenient and attractive, for sure, but the sound quality leaves a bit to be desired.