It's that time again for this month's The Writers Workbench tech review column. This time around, we look at small, portable speakers. (One of them especially-small -- the size of your thumb, with quite respectable sound, considering the size.)
I wasn't bowled over by any of them, though one of the larger models from Divoom was pretty good. And the only reason I downgraded that thumb-sized speaker from X-Mini is because they haven't another, almost-exact same model that includes Bluetooth and therefore can be connected wirelessly. But the corded-model here is almost half the price of its Bluetooth cousin, so it's worth considering.
As always, because it's convoluted to re-code the article for these pages, I make things much easier on myself by linking to the column on the WGA website. You can find it here.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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