Gaming laptops are traditionally full of compromises.
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A good entry point if you're after something that can handle high-resolution audio playback
Add this speaker to a multi-room, Wi-Fi music ecosystem, or pick it up and take it outside with Bluetooth
Big and clear sound from a small speaker that can work in a multi-room ecosystem
Seriously good sound from a seriously portable speaker with a seriously steep price
A colourful and compact Bluetooth speaker with excellent build quality, let down by price and volume
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