Those in the process of hunting for a portable mini speaker may probably want to consider the Cyber Snipa Sonar. Not just because the company seems ready to bet their socks that the users can look forward to ‘shockingly powerful, clear and loud sound in a tiny capsule’.
Sporting dimensions of 4.7” x 6” x 2.5”, the device should fit into a pocket quite cozily. It embeds a 3.5mm audio jack and claims the ability to feel a connection with almost any media device. Additionally, the construct is of the collapsible type, which should rate the speaker even higher on the portability factor scale.
“We’re really proud of the speaker’s design, both in its looks and functionality,” expressed Nathan Newman, Product Manager. “The Sonar portable mini speaker is truly the premier speaker set for taking your mobile device experiences to the next level and simply blows away your standard speakers, whether you’re at home or lounging by the pool this summer.”
Among the gadgets which can be hooked up to the Cyber Snipa Sonar are listed devices like a PC, notebook, MP3 player, iPod, Sony PSP, Nintendo DS and tablet. Employing Vacuum Bass technology, it can even be used to connect multiple units together. There’s also a vague mention about the lithium battery powering the speaker being able to last ‘for hours’.
The Cyber Snipa Sonar portable mini speaker is now shipping for $29.95 across North America. The peripheral is packed along with a carrying pouch, extension or charging cable and a user guide.