About (taken from website): A super-small profile, the Groove Cube is packed with big sound! You can bring it anywhere to blast your music directly from your Bluetooth enabled device. You can even use it for hands-free with the built-in microphone.
When I first got the Groove Cube I was thinking, “This is really tiny.. what damage can this little thing do!?”. The more I read up on it and the more we played with it… I realize I WAS WRONG! This was a great little gadget that I immediately stuck in my daughters box to pack for college in the fall. Its small so its easy to carry around in a book bag or purse.
All the features in this little speaker- which is about the size of an iphone charger.
- Its measurements: 26.8×26.8×28.5mm: It is the smallest bluetooth speaker.
- There is a built in microphone so that it can be used as a hands-free calling. Nothing like needing to get a hold of your teen and knowing they are talking and driving. This is a safe(r) alternative to insuring focus. Or like my daughters car. Her radio doesn’t always work so she actually tested it out in her car using Pandora on her phone.
- Its completely rechargeable by a USB port
- Wireless Shutter for your smart phone- not all Groove Cubes come with this feature.
- Keeps connection up to 32 feet.
This has been very fun to play with. But my kids have had even more fun, and any kid that is smart phone or tablet savy is able to use the worlds smallest bluetooth speaker. This would make for a great graduation gift or even a stocking stuffer for Christmas.
One of the hardest thing I struggle with is when my kids get involved with “Secret Santa” and I don’t even know the kids– a great gift for literally anyone!
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