Summary: For portable speakers, it is usually a case of not expecting too much. The form factor caters to the ability to move it around with ease, but the biggest compromise, inevitably, is the sound quality. In the case of the Logitech Mini Boombox, things are surprisingly rosy.
Pros: Tiny form factor, Adequate punch from tiny speakers, Bluetooth handshake with all smartphones, Battery backup means truly portable
Cons: Works well only up to a certain volume, Glossy bits in the design need extra care
Excerpt: When Logitech announced its new Mini Boombox back in November, our advice was to give the portable speaker a listen before handing over your money. The advice wasn't due to any personal vendetta against Logitech, rather, it had everything to do with company's claim that the tiny speaker could offer...
Pros: Small and portable, Loud, Bluetooth or 3.5-mm input, 10-hour battery
Cons: Capacitive touchpanel is a novelty, Highs are shrill, bass anemic, Expensive for what you get, Poor build quality, Larger than the Jawbone Jambox
Summary: Small, shiny, and cute, the $99 Logitech Mini Boombox does a good job of delivering loud, clear audio for a speaker of its size. Audiophiles won't be overly impressed, and those looking for a more pocket-friendly option might want to check out the $99.99 Spar Zephyr 300.