Review: TYLT Tunz Bluetooth Speaker

Review: TYLT Tunz Bluetooth Speaker
August 19 10:13 2013 Print This Article

Recently I had the chance to review the new TYLT Tunz Bluetooth speaker. The speaker pumps out an average sound (not the best) and the battery life is average. One cool thing it has is NFC capability, but it really doesn’t set it aside from the competition out there. You really get what you pay for. Do I suggest it? Not really.

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• NFC Enabled – includes Tagstand NFC launcher App for AndroidTM
• 2800 mAh battery plays music up to 20 hours at 50% volume
• Universal USB charging port with1Amp output for charging external devices. Charge your phone to keep on rockin’!
• Touch Controls – Volume, Play, Pause, Hand-free Call/Answer
• Includes 3 interchangeable vibration cancelling Silicon Bands – Red, Blue, Black
• Two 3 Watt Speakers and a Passive Radiator for Superb Bass
• Built in Noise Cancelling Microphone

Input Voltage: 5V 0.5 Amp (Micro USB)
Output Charging Current: 4.75V – 5.25V – 1 Amp
Lithium Ion Battery: 2,800 mAh
Battery Charge Time: 6-7 Hours
Bluetooth: Version 3.0
Output:80dB Max Output
Connectivity: 3.5mm Input and output jack / Bluetooth
Touch Controls: Volume, Play, Pause, Answer & End Calls
Weight: 12.9 oz.

The price needs to be way lower (around 69.99) for me to personally buy this unit, at $149.99, many things need to be improved such as faster battery charging time, ability to charge from a power source, and a stronger battery with stronger speaker output. {rating}

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Jonathan Yaniv
Jonathan Yaniv

Jonathan is the founder and editor-in-chief of TrustedNerd.com. Covering major tech shows such as CES, Jonathan is always there for the latest tech news. Want your gadget to be reviewed or have a release you’d like to be considered for publishing? Send Jonathan an email, jonathan [at] trustednerd.com

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