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Speecup Bluetooth speaker

Those of you looking for an ideal Bluetooth speaker may find the Speecup Siri/voice enabled portable surround sound speaker with gesture control a solution for both a hands-free speakerphone and playing music in your car. The Speecup Bluetooth speaker looks just like a travel mug which is an ideal fit for those car cup-holders, although its size could limit how portable this device is.

The 8” tall speaker delivers quality sound and below this post we have provided a video review of the Speecup Bluetooth speaker by CNETTV. Only lasting 3 and half minutes this brief video is ideal for those wanting it see it in action, along with the positives and negatives.

While some would question the need for this when many cars these days have Bluetooth functions, others may feel this takes up valuable cup holder space although at a glance the cup-holder idea is a good one, as potential thieves could be fooled into thinking it is a drink, as opposed to an expensive speaker.

While the presenter in the video discussed his own issues with things like the volume controls, questions might arise about the $130 price tag being too expensive for what it is. Alternatively, those intrigued by this and want more details can visit the Official Speecup website, which has all the specifics and full information about this product.

Do you think the Speecup Bluetooth speaker is a decent car accessory? Or do you feel this takes up valuable space that could be used to hold a drink?

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