The SoundLink Mini II: the weeny bluetooth speaker that doesn't compromise on sound quality
Tuesday, 30 November 2021
According to Trusted Reviews, Bose’s SoundLink Mini II is about as small as a Bluetooth speaker can get without compromising on sound quality.
Following on from its predecessor, the Soundlink Mini, the 2015 model comes updated with a speakerphone for taking calls out loud, a better battery life, multi-connects for a phone and a tablet, and voice prompts for easy pairing.
And as PC World revealed, there’s a lot to like about its sleek design made mostly from an assortment of metals. “The seamless enclosure is forged from anodized aluminium, while steel has been used for the perforated speaker grilles,” it explained. “Whatever rubber has been incorporated into the design is done tastefully, often in a contrasting colour to give the Mini II a dual-tone complexion.”
Perhaps most interestingly, as CNET noted, is its ability to pair two devices at the same time, allowing you to swap between these and alternate audio streams as you go. Ace isn’t it…