Our world is more and more filled with wireless technologies, including so nice devices, such as speakers, vendors that seem to bend over backward to impress your existing and potential customers. One of the latest features in this quest is the ability to stay afloat in the water. We have considered earlier column of high enough price range called Nyne Aqua, which actually offer pretty good buoyancy, but there are others from the lower price range, and as a consequence – a lower level of quality that frankly disappointing and its execution, and its sound. Meet: S-Bubble from a little-known company Slive.
We checked S-Bubble in real conditions of this bathroom with this bath filled with water present. Column proved to really keep on the surface of analyzing processes. No more and no less, she was drowning. As for sound quality, it leaves much to be desired. While that may be claimed by the budget wireless speakers with a bit silly design?
To really be practical in an aqueous medium, a portable device for playing audio files must have a few extra decibels to win the championship in a bathroom or noise in the pool, which is a source of flowing water, splashing children or just the sounds from the street, or even somewhere. When you try to listen to the radio transmission with a connected smartphone or audiobook with him as our volunteer could not parse almost one connected sentence, only single words, and sounds.
S-Bubble everything else is working on three batteries AA, instead of being charged via micro-USB as the majority of peripheral devices with Bluetooth. This is probably a consequence of the desire to reduce production costs, but it has suffered so-called usability.
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