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Written on Monday, November 4, 2013
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Pros: easy to use, good sound, small
Cons: sound gets fuzzy when volume is up loud

Yes, the eKids eKids Rechargeable Mini Speaker, by iHome - Ri-18Q is supposed to be for kids, but it only cost about $20 and it was cute. I bought it for myself to plug into my phone at work so I can listen to my MP3 player and Pandora. It looks like the head of the Android robot with green antennae. The bottom speaker part glows blue when it is playing and turns red when it needs to be recharged. It is really easy to recharge too. It comes with a cord that plugs into the USB port of the computer and another cord that is a headphone jack. You can have it recharging while it is playing with no problem and the charge lasts a long time if you are not anywhere near a computer while playing.

The speaker is great for the office. There is no adjustment for volume on the speaker and you have to do it through the device that is playing the music. The sound is very clear and clean, but you can't have the volume up too high or the sound gets a little fuzzy. It has a cute little pouch with an android on it that is cloth with a draw string enclosure. I really like it for just playing music at work. 

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Type: Speaker
Brand: IHome
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