Jabra Solemate Mini Portable Speakers With Bluetooth and NFC Support Launched in India At Rs 4,999

By Vivek

Jabra has recently launched a new portable speaker system called the Solemate Mini in the Indian market. The audio box can be purchased at an affordable price of Rs 4,999.

Jabra Solemate Mini Portable Speakers Launched in India At Rs 4,999


Since these days, Bluetooth enabled portable devices are quite popular, this one also comes with a similar features. On top of that, this mini speaker also comes with a support of a NFC.

Based on Bluetooth version 3.0 the Solemate Mini speaker system comes packed with an advanced technologies to ensure better audio reproduction at all times. To be precise, there's a Digital Signal Processing or DSP that plays an important role in the task of suppressing echoes as well as digital optimization of music and voice. It is fitted with a front-facing speakers.

Also focussing on the ruggidity of the device, Jabra has coated it with a rubber for protection and it is also scratch-resistant. The coating also helps to resist spills, splashes, dust and sweat.

Apart from the Bluetooth or NFC support, users can also choose to stream music through it either wirelessly or by tethering it to gadgets. There's a USB port on it, which acts as a charging port. It can cough up music streaming time or talk time of close to 8 hours at a single charge.

According to Jabra, Solemate Mini comes with front-facing speakers "to ensure optimal performance with super bass response, and the choice of both wired and wireless mode"".

The Jabra Solemate Mini speakers weigh 295 grams and will be available in Red, Yellow, Blue and Black colors.

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