Anker SoundCore – The Powerful Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

The Anker Soundcore is without a doubt one of the best speakers you can get if your upper limit is $50. The sound-to-size ratio is great and it has the sound quality of a speaker twice its size. That said it doesn’t get s loud as that hypothetical speaker, but it gets loud enough that if you’re having a dinner party it should be sufficient. If you’re in the market for good quality at a decent price, this is the way to go. 24 hours of constant playback is a bold claim to make and Anker delivers on that promise without sacrificing what makes their products so good, good quality and good prices.
Below is the specification for this great speaker :

  • Bluetooth Version :4.0
  • Driver output :3W×2
  • Playtime :Estimated 24+hrs @80% volume
  • Battery Capacity :4400mAh
  • Input :5V / 1A
  • Charging time :5 hours
  • Bass Boost :Passive radiator
  • Handsfree function :Y
  • Volume/Track control :Y

The speaker isn’t flashy or over, and has a minimal design that can easily be overlooked in a line-up of other speakers. That said, it isn’t ugly. The Soundcore is a small black rectangle made of soft plastic all the way around, save for the front of the speaker which is covered in a grille. The grille has the Anker name on it in white and is one of two places where you’ll find branding on this speaker, the other on the back. The soft plastic isn’t exactly a fingerprint magnet but you’ll definitely want to wipe it down every once in a while if you want to maintain that “fresh out the box” look. I’m not a big fan of a company sticking their name on every inch of their products but Anker does it in a simple way that doesn’t take away from the overall aesthetic of the speaker. In a way, it’s almost adds to the design of the speaker and helps to differentiate it from the other small rectangles in this category.



The buttons up top blend into the smooth plastic and decent but could use some extra click. The only real issue I had with the design was the small LED light on the front of the speaker. It flashes blue when pairing, remains blue when connected, and changes to red when the battery is low. That said, it is slightly off center because of the driver placement on the inside of the grille and even though that might not be a big deal for most people it irked me every time I looked at it. Still, besides that I enjoy the minimal design overall. It’s clear that Anker wanted to keep a low key design that wouldn’t draw too much attention if you have it on your desk or a table. The speaker feels solid enough, but if you were looking for something durable this probably won’t survive more than a few drops. Battery life for the Soundcore is spectacular, and that’s not an exaggeration. Anker claims that it can give you up to 24 hours of constant playback and in all of my testing, which includes bursts of listening for a few hours a day, I haven’t been able to kill it yet. If you don’t want to worry about charging your device at all, this is the one to get. Overall for a below $50 speaker, this speaker really do it’s job very well. You won’t get your ears bleeding with this budget speaker and you can carry it wherever you want, so grab yours now at here with the best price ever !

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