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Bose SoundLink Mini review highlights Jambox comparison

Over the years the Bose SoundDock has stayed relatively the same, but every now and then they do change the design of their speakers, such as their Bluetooth Speakers. Well, it seems as though they have done it again, this time with the Bose SoundLink Mini, which is a different design yet again, and is proof that they can make a change when called upon.

What we like about this latest speaker from Bose is how it does away with the need for an adapter in order to dock your iPhone, and even allows for you to sync other smartphones to the new device as well, something some of the very first Bose SoundDocks were unable to do.

There have been several reviews of this latest speaker device from Bose appear on the Internet since it was first announced, but in this Bose SoundLink Mini review (which you see in the video above) it makes a point of it having big sound for something that costs just $200.

The Bose SoundLink Mini review also highlights the fact that it’s comparative to the Jawbone Jambox, but we have to point out that the SoundLink should not be compared to the Jambox, as it’s a far more superior device, although we’re sure that just comes down to personal taste.

What we do notice in the video is just how alike the Bose SoundLink Mini is to an Apple device with its Aluminum unibody design, although this is something that other brands are starting to move into, the HTC One being a fine example of that.

Some of you may find it hard to justify the Bose SoundLink Mini, but remember that you’re not getting a huge lump of plastic, and the sound will also be far better than some of its competitors. The question is, would you be happy paying $200?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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