SUN-HO Tech Bluetooth Speaker Unboxing and Review

This is the first of hopefully many DavePlays.co.uk video unboxing and reviews.  Today I am taking a look at a bluetooth speaker from SUN-HO Technology who are based in Taiwan.

As you can see from the video it performs exceptionally well, and has many features, including:

  • Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity up to 10M range.
  • Play/Pause Volume up and Volume down buttons.
  • 3 lighting modes, including breathing, sound control and always on.
  • 7 different lighting colours (Indigo,Red,Green,Purple,Blue,Yellow,White)
  • Built in Mic which allows you to use the device as a hands free.
  • Ceramic Like Material

The Specifications of the speaker are as follows:

  • Dimension:70.6×70.6×64.6mm
  • Li-ion battery:3.7VLi-ion capacity: 450mAh
  • USB charging volt.:5V
  • Frequency Response:100Hz-20KHz

You can find out more over at http://www.sunhold.com.tw

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