Jawbone launches Big Jambox

Jawbone launches Big Jambox

The US-based Jawbone company has prepared a bigger version of its Jambox, which is a popular portable speaker designed specifically for the iPhone and iPad and various other Android devices. The so-called Big Jambox is now officially available for purchase.

The Big Jambox is a new type of portable speaker that offers bigger dimensions and powerful sound but at the same time is still portable using one hand only. The new music device offers two smaller speakers hidden under a beautiful metal mesh – also designed for the first Jambox.

Big Jambox

 

The device communicates via Bluetooth but Android users also have a small advantage – their meetings in Google Calendar can be automatically updated if they use the Jambox Companion application. Big Jambox also works with Jawbone’s MyTalk application store.

The new Big Jambox costs 299 USD and is available in white, red and black.

Source: Hicomm.bg

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