One thing I love to take with me when I travel is a portable speaker. There is no smartphone that has a good enough speaker to listen to music out loud and have it sound enjoyable. And while I do tend to use my headphones often when I’m traveling, there are times when having a portable speaker turn you into the life of the party… yup Party in the middle of the road. The NudeAudio Move S Portable Bluetooth Speaker is a great product that does just that: it brings the party when music is called for, anytime, anywhere.
NudeAudio Move S
NudeAudio has been perfecting their line of speakers and the results are really nice. The Move S is the smallest (and least expensive) model among the bluetooth capable models. The battery life is an admirable eight hours and it recharges with a USB cable which can be plugged into a laptop or into a wall socket using an adapter (sold separately for the Move S). But of course, if you’ve already got the wall plugs for USB devices such as Samsung phone charger, then you’re good to go.
Bluetooth Portable Speaker from Nude Audio
At just 3” by 3” by 1.4”, this is the most packable NudeAudio bluetooth speaker, and considering that it’s just a single sided speaker, the sound is decent. It’s wrapped in silicone, which helps keep it safe if you drop it (or it gets bumped about in your bag), and it comes with a little bit of rope attached to one corner. Good for hanging it up in the branches above your hammock or simply put it beside your beach bed.
Nude Audio S Bluetooth Speaker
Bottom line: this is a reasonably priced, decent sounding, tiny, travel-friendly, durable speaker that will do the job every time. Bluetooth makes it easy to use with any device around, so sharing sounds is also possible when you make friends with the locals or other travelers. If you’re looking for slightly better quality, you can always consider the other NudeAudio Move Portable Bluetooth Speakers, they make a Move M and a Move L, too.
The NudeAudio Move S Portable Bluetooth Speaker retails for P1,990 in all Beyond The Box, Digital Walker, Banana Telecom, E-Central, Electro Computer Data System, Globotel, iGig, iStudio, Microstation, Powerhub, Viewers Telecom, 8Telcom and Digital Hub branches. Visit Nude Audio website and their Facebook page.