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Logitech UE Mobile Boombox Bluetooth speakers Review
30 September 2013
Summary: For Rs. 8995, the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox is a neat little Bluetooth speaker, but it is as barebones as they come. There is no audio-in port, no playback controls, no ability to control your phone and there is nothing in the box to help you fasten the Boombox to your car's dash. Yet, this little guy does have some redeeming qualities.
Pros: Quality rubberized finish, Good battery life, incredibly compact and light
Cons: No playback controls, Audio-out port is a little redundant, Not suitable for large rooms
Excerpt: The mobile Bluetooth boombox product category is really popular as of late. I totally understand why. How awesome is it to be able to bring a small, portable device with you and get some great sound out of it to listen to some of your favorite tunes. No doubt the Jawbone Jambox is the king of this product category, but it is a bit pricy, and there is a ton of competition out there. Let take a look at what Logitech has to offer.
Logitech UE Mobile Boombox Bluetooth Speaker Review
21 March 2013
Conclusion: For its size and price range, this is one of the best mobile speakers I’ve used. Yes, there are bigger ones that produce better sound and deeper bass, but nothing as small as the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox. I’m going to have to give this a big thumbs up and a 5 out of 5 rating. It’s priced great, sounds awesome for its size and feels like it’s going to last a long time. Awesome Job Logitech UE. Want more information?
Excerpt: Measuring 4.3” wide by 2.3” tall by 2.6” deep, the Mobile Boombox trades its predecessor’s glossy plastic body and capacitive top controls for a combination of colored metallic and rubberized surfaces. Similar to the Westinghouse Unplug but much smaller, the body is now a rounded-off box of thick rubber, matching or contrasting in color with painted metal front and rear grilles—similar to the $250 Logitech UE Boombox , but much smaller, and conspicuously lacking the...
Excerpt: While the plasticy original Logitech Wireless Boombox was vaguely alien and bone-like in shape, the Logitech UE Boombox looks like an astronaut’s toolbox: a sleek, silver aluminum frame with a full-length carrying handle on the top, a gray wraparound metal grille, and rubberized accents that liberally mix blue with the same gray.
Excerpt: If you’re looking for something that closely matches the $200 Jambox in portability and sound, but costs substantially less, the $100 Logitech UE Mobile Boombox is the device I’d recommend. I spent two months testing a baker’s dozen of these tiny speakers, and this UE Mobile Boombox was my favorite of the entire lot .
Excerpt: Logitech have being offering great multimedia gear for many years now, but most recently we have seen the Ultimate Ears range of audio products. If you recall we took a look at some of the more modestly priced earphones from this range some time ago with good results. Today we have a slightly different offering from the UE line up which comes in the shape of a pretty cool looking silver Boombox.
Excerpt: There's a new portable wireless speaker in the neighborhood. Until the next best thing soon follows that is. Back when Logitech released its Mini Boombox and then quickly dusting it under the carpet, the small and glossy speaker had its fair share of issues on all fronts. Back from the dead and sporting a much needed redesign from the inside out, meet Logitech UE 's new Turbo Bass button-less Mobile Boombox .