How mobile are you, really? With the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox, you can play music up to 50 feet away from a Bluetooth-enabled tablet or smart phone, which makes it great for those times when your usual headphones or earbuds might not be ideal: like riding your bicycle in city traffic, taking a leisurely bath, hiking through bear-shared wilderness, camping in lonely locales, driving a rental car that doesn’t include a compatible stereo system, or having an intimate gathering with friends. The Logitech UE Mobile Boombox even allows you to connect two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, so you and a friend can share DJ duties at your next party.
Or you can use it as a speakerphone (it includes a built-in microphone) for calls that need to include everyone in the room, but be mindful of who that “everyone” should be, because this thing can get pretty loud and clearly audible from the next room. Depending on how Machiavellian the office politics run at your place of employment, I urge caution where the walls dividing you from your rivals may have very keen ears!
With Great Logitech UE Mobile Boombox Comes Great Responsibility
Times when you probably shouldn’t use the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox include: waiting in line at the DMV, sitting in your favorite restaurant, studying at the library, or sitting on the bus with me.
At just 1.3 pounds and miniscule dimensions of 3.4″ x 3″ x 7.8″, you can easily cart this little guy around without the threat of even minor injury to your person. I’d wager that you’re going to get an earache more quickly than you’re going to get a backache from lugging the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox about all day.
The device’s rechargeable battery lasts for 10 hours, so you should get some serious mileage out of it before having to take time out for a re-juicing. Rejoice!
Logitech UE Mobile Boomboxes of a Feather Don’t Have to Flock Together
If you don’t dig basic black, you can get the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox in blue and light grey (for Civil War buffs?), red and black (Les Miserables fans?), white and light grey (if you miss the days before color television), and yellow and black (beekeepers?).