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Boasting a weatherization rating of IPX7, JBL's beefy Xtreme 2 portable Bluetooth speaker can deliver the tunes just about anywhere.
Kudos to Marley for using recycled materials in the No Bounds XL waterproof Bluetooth speaker. But its sounds mediocre at low volumes, and only average when you crank it.
Fluance's Ai40's are affordable Bluetooth bookshelf speakers that sound great thanks to subtle psychoacoustic tricks applied by a DSP.
The Meater+ answers one of our few complaints about the original Meater smart meat thermometer.
The $55 kit includes one of C by GE’s Bluetooth smart bulbs pre-paired with a Google Home Mini.
In a market stuffed with me-too products, Tivoli breaks through with a speaker that yells “Look at me!”
You'll pay extra for the branding, but this is a strong and well-designed speaker, even it it isn't built by the company famous for its "Marshall stack."
Keys are yesterday’s tech, your smart home needs a smart lock.
The noted headphone manufacturer applies its noise-handling expertise to help you get a better night’s sleep.
Though it's expensive, the Soundcast VGtx can broadcast Bluetooth for a moderately greater distance than the average transmitter. It also has an optical pass-through, which can be handy in home audio systems.
It’s the Swiss Army Knife of micro stereo systems.
The excellent-sounding S2000 Pro speakers have more in common with studio monitors than your average bookshelf or Bluetooth speaker. Top notch stuff at a very reasonable price.
Compact design, excellent performance, and versatile connectivity render these monitors a must-hear collaboration.
This pretty little near-field speaker will sound great on your desk, but it's not the right choice for parties or taking your tunes outdoors.
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