Jawbone launches Mini Jambox in Australia
- 12 November, 2013 15:55
Jawbone has announced the release of its Mini Jambox Bluetooth speaker in Australia.
Previously available in a number of other markets including the US and Europe, the Mini Jambox is available in Australia from today.
The portable, Bluetooth speaker is constructed from a single piece of aluminium, and has an eye-catching design that comes in six different colours.
The company says the speaker utilises a single, aluminium enclosure that houses two custom, stereo drivers with neodymium magnets, along with a passive bass radiator.
The battery lasts for up to 10 hours of music playback, and 75 hours of standby time.
It can pair with two devices simultaneously using multi-point Bluetooth technology.
Jawbone has also released an app for the Mini Jambox on both iOS and Android platforms.
It allows users to add and curate playlists from multiple sources including iTunes, Spotify and Rdio, though the feature is iOS only and "coming soon" to Android.
It also allows users to customise a number of settings including the ability to change voice prompts, customise buttons, and activate a LiveAudio mode that simulates 3D stereo sound.
The Jawbone Mini Jambox sells for $229.99 through Apple stores and online, Telstra stores, Optus stores, and Optus online.
It is available in six colour variants including Red Dot, Silver Dot, Graphite Facet, Blue Diamond, Aqua Scales and Purple Snowflake.
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