Jabra Solemate Mini perfect for music loving travelers
A dog’s bark might be worse than its bite, or so the saying goes. How about performance of a piece of consumer electronics that is small in size, but it might be large in capability? I think that is just the perception that Jabra intends to put across with the introduction of the Jabra Solemate Mini, where it might be compact in size, but is more than capable of delivering surprisingly big sound. For those of you out there who tend to do a whole lot of traveling, and yet have a great love for music (and want to share that love most of the time), the Jabra Solemate Mini would seem to be a suitable travel companion, as it is capable of pumping out the tunes of your choice from a compatible source as long as there is juice left within.
Just what kind of performance can we expect from the Jabra Solemate Mini? Well, it is decent enough for everyday music, but if you are thinking of it to roll out an audiophile-worthy experience, then forget about it. We do know that the Jabra Solemate Mini will appeal to the younger crowd though as it comes in red, yellow, blue or black shades later in the fourth quarter of the year for $99 a pop.
Apart from the Jabra Solemate Mini, Jabra has also taken this opportunity to announce an enhanced version of the Jabra Solemate, which would see it come with an enriched sound experience and usability, NFC pairing, and a quartet of eye popping shades – red, blue, yellow and grey. Not only that, the refreshed Solemate will also feature the new Jabra Sound App with Dolby Digital Plus sound, which would pave the way for you to stream YouTube music videos and on-device stored content all the while using the offline feature for playback. This refreshed Solemate, too, will be made available sometime in Q4 this year for $149.99 a pop.