Zoook, the French technology company, has rolled out the heir to ZB-Rocker Boombox in the country. Named as ZB-Rocker Boombox+, the device will be obtainable solely on Amazon with a price tag of Rs 3,120, starting this August.
The ZB-Rocker Boombox+ sports “on device button” controls and an LCD display. It arrives integrated with X Bass technology .When it comes to connectivity, it provides FM radio, Bluetooth v4.2, micro-SD card, 3.5mm jack, and support for USB flash drive. The speaker wraps audio output of 32-watt. In addition to this, it is a 5-in-1 device which arrives with 2 passive bass radiators, claimed the company to the media in an interview.
The device is powered by a 5000mAh battery that states to give 9 Hours of playback time in a single charge.
Lately, the company also rolled out the heir to the M2 Mean Machine in the country. Named as ZB-Rocker M3 Mean Machine Mini, the device will be obtainable wholly on Amazon with a price tag of Rs 1,299. The device is fueled by a 1,500mAh battery that states to give 6–8 Hours of playback time. When it comes connectivity, it provides FM radio with Auto-tuning, Bluetooth, TF card support, and USB. The speaker has audio output of 8 Watt with range of 32 Feet that permits for utmost mobility, claimed the company.
Previously this year, the firm rolled out wireless Twinpods ZB Rocker, which are said to be sweat- and water-proof with the price tag of Rs 5,499. Well-matched with all Bluetooth gadgets, Zoook Twinpods arrives equipped with play/pause music control and microphone for calls. The gadget arrives with battery carrying case, which says to recharge your device more than 3 x and increases battery backup 3 x for the Twinpods. It provides, according to the firm, almost 3 Hours of playtime in a single charge (total 16 Hours of playtime coupled with charging dock).
The working distance of the Twinpods is almost 40 feet. In-Built Mic permits hands-free calls. Echo cancellation and noise reduction technology cancels ambient noise and is claimed to allow clearer sound while listening to music and at the time of calls.