Divoom Bluetune-Solo’s Big Sound In A Little Can

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A tech review, courtesy of Tribune Newspapers:

In size, shape and heft, the Divoom Bluetune-Solo does a good impression of a mini-soda can.

Where’s the pop tab?

But it’s more than a can of sugary calories: The Bluetune-Solo is the best little cheapo (less than $60) portable Bluetooth speaker I’ve heard since the JBL Micro Wireless.

The Bluetune-Solo, at $50, is even less expensive than the $60 Micro Wireless, and, if memory is reliable, capable of more substantial sound.

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