|Size||9.8 x 9.8 x 3.5 cm (3.9 x 3.9 x 1.4 in)|
The well-built and travel-friendly Bose SoundLink Micro is arguably the best sounding speaker in its tiny size class.Read full review
A good-sounding Bluetooth speaker that offers unmatched portability and ruggedness for its size. If you are looking for a speaker that can be taken outdoors, and is perfectly safe to be used in and around pools, the SoundLink Micro is an excellent buy.
As small-scale Bluetooth speakers go, the Bose SoundLink Micro brings mega sound and volume from a diminutive package that has to be heard to be believed.
Listening to some podcasts and music the SoundLink Micro performed admirably considering how small it is. As I like it bass is not overly emphasised but was present. You can listen at high volume without distortion or crackling.
If you told me this speaker was £40, I’d excuse its poor sound for its multifunctional voice-assistant button and portable, ruggedised design. But at £100, I can’t do that.Read full review
The Bose Soundlink Micro is a pricey but capable Bluetooth speaker. Provided the limitations caused by its diminutive size are understood, it’ll be a rugged, highly-portable audio device that will serve users well.Read full review
The Bose SoundLink Micro is a great little speaker, but some may find its short battery life of 5 hours somewhat limiting. The UE Roll 2 is just as portable and lasted 14 hours in our battery life test, but its soud quality is slightly inferior.
While it may not be a bargain at its price point, the travel-friendly Bose SoundLink Micro is well-built and arguably the best sounding speaker in its size class.Read full review
No questions for the moment.