Bluetooth speakers are in vogue and ever since CES 2013 we have been seeing a steady stream of Bluetooth enabled wireless speakers being released by a variety of manufacturers. Well known Japanese brand Nakamichi is the latest to jump on the bandwagon with the launch of their new Mini NBS2 Wireless Bluetooth speakers.
Compatibility with the Bluetooth A2DP profile means that the Nakamichi NBS2 can be paired with a wide variety of products which include the majority of notebooks, tablets and smartphones. The speakers come with a built in microphone which allows them to wirelessly handle telephony and audio playback. Audio prompts from the device are issues whenever the speakers are paired with a device, connected, disconnected or reaching low battery status.
Further extending the usability of the Nakamichi NBS2, the speakers have a microSD card slot and FM radio capabilities. This means you can get access to songs and tunes without pairing the speakers with a secondary device. Available in black, blue, sliver, and red the Nakamichi NBS2 is priced at S$129. Following are the detailed specifications for the product.
- Dimensions: 6cm (dia.) X 5.7cm (h)
- Convenient Cylindrical Design
- Bluetooth V.21 + EDR (A2DP) Standard
- Built-in microphone for ease of Pairing and Wireless Communication
- Line-in for music device (mobile phone/MP3 player)
- Built-in lithium battery chargeable via USB
- Built-in FM radio tuner
- MicroSD slot for audio playback via MicroSD/TF cards
- Supports MP3 Music Playback
- Charge Time: 2 hours approximately
- Playback Time: 4 hours approximately