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Bose SoundLink 3 review finds flaw in price

The Bose SoundDock does not have the loudest sound on the market anymore, although when it comes to the sound and build quality most rivals don’t come close. So what about the new Bose SoundLink 3, how does this compare to rival sounddocks, only time will tell?

Bose believes that the SoundLink III is its best speaker yet because not only does it have the best styling, but also the longest battery life from the series. That’s not all, Bose knows that in order to stay relevant they need to appeal to the younger audience, and so this new SoundLink comes in five awesome colors.

Bose knew that new color options would not be enough to draw in the younger consumer, and so have also made the SoundLink 3 much louder than its predecessor. Unlike its rivals the Bose SoundLink 3 does not rely on just its loudest because it’s also backed up by pure, natural sound quality.

It was the original Bose SoundDock that started this craze off and we are astonished how things have progressed since then. The first model was nice to look at, but in terms of style left a lot to be desired. However, the same cannot be said for the latest model because it has a simple, yet smooth look.

Let’s get one thing straight, the Bose SoundLink 3 will not win any awards for its styling, but as we’ve seen in many industries before, it’s not all about the looks.

The Bose SoundLink 3 review looks at the devcie in a very positive light, although it does have a problem with its price, which is $299.95, and if you want to add a different color that’s a further $34.95.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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