Rapoo delivers new Bluetooth 4.0 portable speakers with NFC technology


Rapoo, the company behind its fair share of wireless peripheral products as well as other gaming products, has just introduced a couple of portable speakers in the form of the A500 and the A300. These wireless speakers happen to be compact in size, although you can be sure that they are not going to skimp when it comes to audio performance. Surely its ability to deliver high quality music within a small frame would be a testament to the proverb “never judge a book by its cover”, or in this contextualized setting, never judge a speaker’s performance by its size.

Regardless of whether you pick up the Rapoo A500 or the Rapoo A300 speakers, both of them happen to sport Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities, which in turns makes it a whole lot easier to simplify the entire pairing process. Apart from that, the speakers will come with the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology, delivering reliable audio transmission and boasting incredible sound. The speakers will boast of 360° coverage in addition to a range of up to 32 feet.

The Rapoo A500 comes in a trendy and sleek spherical shape, where it will also feature Multipoint Connection Technology that enables several users to sync their devices with the speaker. Apart from that, Dual-Mode would also enable users to use it in both wired and wireless modes. Right now, the A500 comes in black, apart from other colors such as white, yellow, blue and green to arrive in due time.

As for the compact, cube-shaped A300, it is small in size, but comes with Radiation Airflow Invert Technology. It will also make use of backward pressure energy in the active speaker, running it through the passive speakers to deliver a clear and powerful sound. There is also an integrated Li-ion battery that enables users to stream music for an impressive dozen hours, coming in red and teal shades. The A500 and A300 will retail for $79.99 and $59.99, respectively.

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Marc Says: November 24, 2014 at 1:51 pm

These are pretty nice. The speaker I’m really interested in right now is one I just found on indiegogo (duospeakers.com). It’s a really cool idea. It splits into two speakers, giving you real stereo. It can even be played in two different rooms.

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