Ganius Portable Speakers To Go

Genius intros its  new portable speakers SP-i160 and SP-i150. Both uses 1.25” metal driver for louder sound,  features built-in battery, which provides up to eight hours of music and you can easily charge directly from your USB port of a PC or Notebook, no adapter is necessary.



You could use Use SP-i150/SP-i160 with a notebook, Netbook, iPod, MP3/MP4 player, and CD with its 3.5mm audio plug. Both are available in two colors: polished black and white.

Genius SP-i160

Genius SP-i160 Key features:

  • 360-degree sound field
  • Adjustable design to expand sound field.
  • Easy power on/off control
  • 1.25” metal driver
  • Mini jack converter for other audio devices
  • Quick charge by USB
  • Built-in lithium battery
  • Up to eight hours working time
  • Pouch for storage
  • Best portable choice for notebook, iPod, MP3/MP4 player or photo frame.


Genius SP-i150

Genius SP-i150 Key features:

  • 360-degree sound field
  • Easy power on/off control
  • 1.25” metal driver for deeper sound
  • Quick charge by USB
  • Built-in lithium battery
  • Up to eight hours working time
  • Pouch for storage
  • Best portable choice for notebook, iPod MP3/MP4 player or photo frame.

Source: Genius

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