/U&i launches Bamboo truly wireless portable speaker at Rs 2,199

U&i launches Bamboo truly wireless portable speaker at Rs 2,199

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Mobile accessories and consumer electronics brand U&I has launched its true wireless portable speaker called Bamboo in India. The speaker is light-weight and can easily slip into your pocket making it extremely handy and quirky due to its mini cylindrical shape.

The newly-launched Bamboo is a compact speaker having a diameter of just 4.93 cm, height of 3.6 cm, radius of 2.46 cm and weighing a mere 75.5 gram. One can easily carry it in their palm while enjoying a walk in the park.

Its portability and an astounding output of 3 watt make it perfect for all the fun activities you want. The powerful speaker boasts of unique features like TWS which give you the liberty to connect to smartphones simultaneously via Bluetooth V5.0. Bamboo also has a hands-free calling facility which allows you to take and attend your calls.

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The wireless speaker comes with a battery capacity of 600mAh promising extended battery life. One can enjoy 4 hours of playtime and backup. With an inbuilt microphone, the speaker comes in handy for calling and also houses a TF Card Slot and a USB charging port. Along with its superior sound quality, Bamboo has a distinct feature of gesture control that allows one to pause and change the songs by flipping and shaking the speaker.

Paresh Vij, Founder and Director, U&I, said, “With the launch of Bamboo portable wireless speaker, we aim to bring in one of the finest portable products from the house of U&i that will not only up the style quotient but will also provide an unmatched quality.”

Available in Golden, Black, Red, Silver and Blue colours, the U&i Bamboo portable wireless speaker is available at an introductory price of Rs 2,199 at leading retail stores and e-commerce platforms.

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