By: Mary Jones
It still relies on the standard SBC codec and has received a small price increase but the Emberton II is a fitting encore for one of our favourite Bluetooth speakers.
Sonos has hit a decent price-point with the Roam and there’s a lot to like about this stylish, compact and clever speaker.
JBL hasn’t added smart features to the Charge 5 like some rivals, so there are no microphones to use your digital assistant or take calls.
There’s not a huge amount of upgrades here but that doesn’t stop the SoundLink Revolve II from being an excellent Bluetooth speaker.
The Beosound A1 2nd Gen is an almost perfect portable Bluetooth speaker with a luxurious design and high-end build quality.
Not many soundbars come with Bluetooth but the Stage 360 from Creative does and it’s still a lot cheaper than many rivals at under £200/US$230.
The Sonos Move really achieves what it sets out to by being both an indoor part of the Sonos system, but also something you can take outdoors
Huawei’s wired Bluetooth speakers like the Sound X were tricky to recommend but the joy is much easier.
Those looking for a rugged and powerful speaker for outdoor usage such as gardens, camping and the beach should consider the Motion Boom Plus
So the Hyperboom isn’t exactly portable in the traditional sense but this chonky speaker can still travel around with you if you’re not planning to lug it too far.
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