though touted as portable, the new Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III is not exactly the most portable Bluetooth speaker in the market. it won’t slip into your pocket, nor will it fit into the palm of your hands, but what Bose did with the SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III was striking a balance between portability while not sacrificing awesome sound. beneath its stylish aluminum body hides four drivers and a pair of passive radiator, offering Bose’s trademark full spectrum audio and clarity across all listening level. thanks to the radiators, you can be sure your mobile party will never lack of thumping sound while the built-in digital signal processing lets you crank up the volume however high (the volume, not you btw) you desire. in fact, Bose claims that SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III is louder than the firm’s previous version of Bluetooth speakers.

a built in rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 14 hours of play time per charge and there is of course, Bluetooth technology for wireless audio streaming from up to 30 feet from any Bluetooth-enabled sources such as your smartphone, tablet, laptop and more. there is also an auxiliary input, catering to non-Bluetooth enabled sources too. with the SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III, Bose is also offering a collection of colored accessory covers for personalizing the speaker and also to provide it with some form of protection against scratches while on the go. the Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III is available now for $299.95 or $334.90 with cover.

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Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III

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