Carry Your Music: iBall launches portable bluetooth speaker at Rs 799

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iBall, a consumer electronics company, launched two portable bluetooth speakers- iBall Musi Dangle and iBall Musi Square.

Musi Dangle is priced at Rs 799 while Musi Square rates Rs 1,099.

iBall Musi Dangle features a lancet strap for hanging the device around your neck. Whereas iBall Musi Square features a carbineer, which makes it convenient to carry around.

These 3 Watts speakers can provide a music playback time approx.up to 4 hours. The in-built microphone allows the user to make and receive calls, redial or reject calls via Bluetooth enabled mobile phone at the press of one button.

“The way we listen to music is changing in this new era of smart phones, tablets and Laptops. iBall presents excellent sound in sub-thousand rupee segment of portable speakers for everyone to enjoy music with great sound quality for long hours”, said Sandeep Parasrampuria, CEO and Director, iBall.

Musi Dangle and Musi Square can pair with Smartphone, Tablets or any other Bluetooth device with a range of about 10 meters along with audio cable and a Micro USB charging cable. These speakers also have Micro SD slot option for direct music playback.

Musi Dangle and Musi Square are available in the Black and Brown shades. The products are already available with leading retail stores across India.

The working time is based on half volume level and may vary according to users operation and songs selection.​

iBall is a privately owned consumer electronics company headquartered in Mumbai that imports computer peripherals, smartphones and tablets from original equipment manufacturers.

iBall started operations in September 2001, initially selling computer mice. As of 2011, the company sold consumer electronics products in 27 different product categories.



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