An improvement over the Onyx 3, ridiculously bassy, with an attractively modern, spherical design.
Sony XB41 possibly the best bang for the buck in this category. With subtle new fatures, the XB41 is beating it’s competitors. Read my tests/review here!
If you’re having trouble thinking of a budget tech gift for the tech-lover in your life, look no further. With the Top 5 Tech Gifts Under $100 Dollars, we’re here with Bluetooth speakers, Google Assistant, and Qi Charging to help you out.
It may look like a funky fad, but with directional audio, stereo separation, and phenomenal personal isolation, JBL proves this neckband speaker is a worthy opponent to tradition.
A large, powerful device, the JBL Boombox Bluetooth Speaker is today’s version of the old boomboxes from back in the day.
With the new Blast series, UE has added Amazon Alexa capabilities, but in return, lost some of the little features that made the Boom series such a high recommendation.
Smarthome integrated, with consistent updates and a bright, clear sound, the Google Home Mini is an extremely capable virtual assistant speaker, and at 50 dollars it’s a budget-conscious option.
The Harman Kardon Onyx Mini Bluetooth Speaker is a great personal speaker, but for the price, check for sales first.
The JBL Charge 3 – aptly named with almost 21 hours of battery life, a charge-out port, waterproofing, great Bluetooth range; overall, a great value.