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Logitech Ultimate Ears Delivers Huge Sound with the New UE MINI BOOM

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Today Ultimate Ears introduced a major upgrade to the popular Logitech UE Mobile Boombox with UE MINI BOOM, a surprisingly small speaker that delivers unexpectedly huge sound in stylish and vibrant color options. The UE MINI BOOM takes the Ultimate Ears expertise in filling small speakers with big sound to a new level, with a personal speaker with clear highs and deep bass, giving you great stereo sound wherever and whenever you want it.

With a battery that lasts up to 10 hours, simple controls and Bluetooth connectivity, the UE MINI BOOM is the perfect music companion, whether you're streaming music videos, hanging out with friends or traveling. It streams big sound from any Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 50 feet away, and with such huge sound, you'll need the extra distance. Thanks to its convenient micro-USB charger, it's easy to find a charge for your UE MINI BOOM almost anywhere. Plus, you can wirelessly pair two UE MINI BOOM speakers together after downloading the free UE MINI BOOM app (available for iOS and Android) to double the sound.



"Ultimate Ears is setting the standard for audio solutions that fit today's mobile lifestyle," said Rory Dooley, general manager of Ultimate Ears. "Marrying incredible convenience with huge sound, the UE MINI BOOM is the latest mobile speaker in the Ultimate Ears lineup to deliver the best of both worlds. Whether you're at home watching the latest music video on your tablet, taking a long road trip with family or just listening to your favorite tunes, the UE MINI BOOM was designed to be the ideal companion for today's music consumption lifestyle."

The UE MINI BOOM is available in a range of vibrant colors, including orange, purple, red, yellow and black. It can withstand some rough-and-tumble, thanks to its durable metal frame and rubber casing, so you can throw it in your purse, duffel bag or the trunk of your car without worry. Pair its fun colors with its impressive acoustics, durable build, crystal-clear speakerphone and multi-function button that answers and hangs up calls, and it's clear the UE MINI BOOM is an ideal companion for your music listening.

Pricing and Availability
The UE MINI BOOM is expected to be available in the U.S. in October 2013 for a suggested retail price of $99.99. For more information, and to find a retailer near you, please visit our website.
 

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Boom HAHAHAHA for people who know no better and made of money

 

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Haven't tried these but the previous Logitech mini Boombox are pretty good for what it is designed to do.
+1 for that and the Mini Boombox. Incredible sound for the size, great features and I have yet to run the battery out, even after a full day of use. And the damn thing fits in my pocket... roughly $80.
 
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I thought they were running it under the "Ultimate Ears" branding so that they could stick a higher price on it, but $99 is less than I thought it'd be. Still a bit high considering the $20-30 offerings are actually decently good.
 
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Wouldn't touch Logitech with a pole stick coz their Drivers/Software suck unfortunately :banghead:
 
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What issues did you have?
 
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Wouldn't touch Logitech with a pole stick coz their Drivers/Software suck unfortunately :banghead:
Firstly, I own 5 Logitech mice and never installed any software. Never had to.

Secondly THIS IS A BLUETOOTH BOOMBOX! what software?
 
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Wouldn't touch Logitech with a pole stick coz their Drivers/Software suck unfortunately :banghead:
What have you bought from logitech that required drivers?

How will a boombox need drivers?