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Bem Wireless releases Speaker Mojo, Bluetooth speaker with power bank

updated 06:57 pm EDT, Tue May 13, 2014

Speaker charges on conductive base that houses 1800 mAh, allows device charging

Bem Wireless has announced the availability of its newest compact Bluetooth speaker, the Speaker Mojo. The 2.5-inch cube speaker from Bem builds on the previous generation of its mobile speaker, offering a bonus to its battery design. Instead of charging the speaker directly, it sits on a a base that houses a battery that doubles as a power bank for any devices that may need to be charged on-the-go.

The Speaker Mojo features touch sensitive buttons for volume controls, and play/pause on the face of the device. The speaker has a generous play time, thanks to its conductive charging battery base, which holds a 1800mAh battery. Thanks to the bonus battery inside of the base, devices can be charged by the battery separate from the speaker. The Mojo can reach a continuous play time up to 16 hours before it has be charged at the outlet.

Bem claims that the Bluetooth connection stretches to a 40-foot radius for the device. The compact cube Speaker Mojo also features a 3.5mm auxiliary input/output and a micro USB plug. A built-in mic/speaker phone is housed in the device as well.

The speaker is offered in black, white, midnight blue and gray. Price for the speaker is $90.




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