Go back five years and many smartphone users would use speaker docks in order to enjoy the music stored on their phones, but things have changed and it is now all about Bluetooth speakers. There is an almost endless list of models available and so it is often hard to choose the right one. However, once you have taken price and what you will be using it for into account, your task is so much simpler. Let us say you have a small budget and only need it for personal use, then the Dell AD211 Bluetooth Portable Speaker is a good choice.
Dell AD211 Bluetooth Portable Speaker specs – Details on specs are very limited seeing as though the official product page is currently down, although you do get a better idea of the Dell AD211 Bluetooth Portable Speaker features in the video that we have for your viewing pleasure below.
We can tell you that it measures less that 7 inches and in terms of weight, it is just 1 pound, making it easy to carry around with you. Amazon is reluctant to share the wattage of this small speaker, although we do know it packs a punch considering its size. We also know the AD211 offers up to 10 hours of playback on a full charge, although we are uncertain how long it takes to fully charge this small speaker.
You can stream music wirelessly with Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC, and it even comes with an integrated microphone for conference calls. You can even connect this speaker to multiple devices, which makes sharing with the family much easier.
The Dell Bluetooth Portable Speaker AD211 reviews that we have seen are very diverse, although you would be far better watching the video below, as you get a better idea of its size and overall build quality. You also get a general idea of its sound quality, although they never sound the same on these videos as they do in person.
As for Dell Bluetooth Portable Speaker AD211 price, this varies from store to store, although we do know it is less than $50, which makes it a perfect gift for someone this Christmas.
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