This Bluetooth speaker from Philips is bigger and louder than any Jambox clone, and includes a USB charging port and built-in battery as well. $120 is the lowest price we've ever seen. [Philips Fidelio Bluetooth Speaker, $120] Read more...
There are some pretty great Bluetooth speakers on the market today — the Ultimate Ears Boom and Jawbone’s Big Jambox are my default choices, but even Creative’s new Roar is impressive. They’re all quite expensive, though, More » ...
The Jabra Solemate Max is no ordinary portable Bluetooth speaker. At 6.2 pounds, it weighs 130% more than the Jawbone Big Jambox, a popular competitor. At $399, it costs 60% more. Its rugged design is dust- and splash-resistant. And it has a USB digital input, so you don’t even have to use the Bluetooth if you’ve got a computer handy. Show More Summary
The Jawbone JAMBOX line is your favorite series of bluetooth speakers, and today you can save big on the latest iteration, the MINI JAMBOX, which starts at just $106. By starts at, we mean the price varies by color, but fortunately the "graphite" is the most universally appealing and the cheapest. [Amazon] Read more...
After having worked with Jawbone in the past already, Supreme presents its second collaboration with the audio specialists, this time on the Big Jambox. As part of its Spring/Summer 2014 collection and the ever popular accessories range… Supreme x Jawbone Big Jambox is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
Approximately 13.4” wide, 5.5” deep, and 4.7” tall, Wae Neo is smaller than Soundfreaq’s Sound Platform 2, but larger than Big Jambox from Jawbone. The body is mostly glossy plastic, although the front and back panels — both bisected by the 1” wide handle — use different materials. Show More Summary
As part of its new Christmas 2013 Collection, publication Monocle has teamed up with San Francisco’s Jawbone. Together the two worked on an exclusive version of the Big Jambox – a small speaker with big sound. The Bluetooth speaker can be… Monocle x Jawbone Big Jambox is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
Understanding iLoud’s place in the current Bluetooth speaker universe requires a little background. Although the $300 wireless speaker market is presently defined by squat, brick-like speakers such as Jawbone’s Big Jambox and its somewhat...Show More Summary
If you’re a fan of Jawbone’s JAMBOX series of bluetooth speakers, you’ll know the company currently only has two options available: the original JAMBOX and the its party-starter BIG JAMBOX. For those looking for a pocket-friendly option, Jawbone has just announced an even smaller version of its JAMBOX bluetooth speakers, called Mini JAMBOX. Show More Summary
Jawbone has announced the MINI JAMBOX, the third in its JAMBOX line of Bluetooth speakers. A slimmer, lighter Jambox, the MINI JAMBOX features new speaker designs and colors compared to the original and BIG JAMBOX. The MINI connectsShow More Summary
Jawbone has added a slightly smaller version of its Jambox speaker to the Bluetooth-enabled range, alongside the original Jambox and the Big Jambox. While its name is Mini and the... Keep reading ?
If you're at all like me, when heading up to the roof with a bottle of prosecco and two champagne flutes, the last thing you have a free hand for is a cumbersome speaker. Which is too bad, because how else can you strike the right mood...Show More Summary
First there was the Jambox. Then, there was the Big Jambox. And on Wednesday, Jawbone unveiled its third portable Bluetooth speaker: the Mini Jambox. The $179 speaker is about half the size of the classic Jambox—though it sports the same price tag. Show More Summary
For all the gazillions of wireless speakers out there, Jawbone's Jambox is almost certainly the best-known. Last year the company introduced a Big Jambox, so it shouldn't really be any surprise that they'd come along with a smaller one as well: Mini Jambox. Read more...
First came the Jambox. Then came its bigger, beefier brother, BIG Jambox. This morning, Jawbone is announcing a third addition to its lineup of portable Bluetooth boomboxes: Mini Jambox.
This month, Cambridge debuted OontZ XL ($150), which it has pitched a competitor to Jawbone’s $300 Big Jambox and similar speakers; however, with an introductory price of only $100, users will be able to buy it for only 1/3 or 1/2 the Big Jambox’s price. Show More Summary
Let’s talk about Bluetooth speakers for a moment. The simple fact is that most of them suck. A lot. There are some notable exceptions, such as the Jambox and Big... Keep reading ?
Watch out, Jawbone; looks like Braven's continuing its assault against the Big Jambox by releasing another comparable Bluetooth speaker... but this time, it can get wet and take some bruises. Similar to its predecessor, the 850, model 855s is a 20W speaker encased in aluminum and can charge smartphones, tablets and cameras. Show More Summary
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Announced at CES in January, Braven's newest model Braven 850 ($300) is its largest Bluetooth speaker yet -- a direct challenger to Jawbone's Big Jambox, with better features. Beyond dramatically improving sound and volume performance...Show More Summary