JBL has introduced the OnBeat Micro and Venue LT, two speaker docks that feature support for Apple’s new Lightning dock connectors.
JBL has announced a new variant of the two-piece Jembe desktop speakers that they released late last year. The Jembe Wireless basically features the same round-can design (with a different matte finish) as the original, but with Bluetooth connectivity for hooking up with laptops and mobile devices without the wires. It doesn’t come with an
JBL has released the OnBeat Xtreme, a speaker dock that features a rotating connector for housing an iPad or iPad 2, as well as iPhones and iPods. Designed for people who don’t mind paying for quality, this speaker dock packs serious amount of quality tech behind the eye-catching design.
JBL has unveiled the Jembe, a two-piece multimedia speaker set that “sounds great” without “taking up much space.” Primarily designed for desktop computer use, the Jembe also sports 3.5mm headphone jacks for easily plugging in a headset or a separate audio source without unplugging it from a desktop computer.
If you need a mobile speaker kit that can blast your tunes, then there are hundreds – if not thousands – of choices out there, ranging from cheap, tin can-sounding cans to relatively big portables that can be a little too hard to stuff in a bag. So how does JBL’s OnTour iBT differ from