Mini Jambox Review: Small Speaker, Big Sound

Beyond that it is easy to pair with two Bluetooth devices at the same time and it was only after listening to about 7.5 hours of music that the battery fell to 10 percent. And because it uses a micro-USB port, it's easy to find a charger nearby. Jawbone has also released a new companion app that lets you create playlists and control some of the speaker's settings.

Bottom Line
The Mini Jambox is a really good speaker, that much is clear. But it isn't the only really good shrunken Bluetooth speaker in its price range. Bose's $200 SoundLink Mini isn't as stylish or portable, but according to CNET, which gave it four out of five stars, it also provides a great range of sound. And then there is the $200 Logitech UE Boom, which is loud and more durable.

However, those products nor the Beat's Pill are as compact or pretty as the Mini Jambox. And that's why, despite the heavy competition, if you're seeking an incredibly portable speaker with a great blend of sound and unmatched style, the Mini Jambox is the best speaker to have with you.

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