Deal: Sony H.Ear Go Bluetooth Speaker $178, 06/20/16

When it comes to audio products and other consumer electronics, Sony is well known for their quality. This extends to their products like the H.Ear Go Bluetooth speaker that they announced back in the beginning of the year during CES. Normally the H.Ear Go Bluetooth speaker costs $199.99, but you can pick it up on sale right now for just $178, and it's available in multiple colors including Black, Blue, Pink, Red, and Yellow.

The Sony H.Ear Go portable Bluetooth speaker lets you easily connect to your most used mobile devices through the Bluetooth 4.2 support, but it also lets you pair the device through NFC so you don't have to pair it through Bluetooth, making for a much quicker pairing process. If you don't want to connect your device through Bluetooth, that's ok too as the H.Ear Go speaker also supports Google Cast, so you can effortlessly stream your favorite music right to the speaker from services like Spotify, Play Music, Pandora and more. It also supports Spotify Connect and DLNA as alternative wireless connections. It features extra bass for a little bit more of a punchy sound and it offers High-Resolution audio so the sound will be loud and clear. It weighs about 1.74 lbs. making it fairly lightweight and portable, and it has up to a 12 hour battery life on a single charge, with a standby mode that will kick in after 15 minutes so you aren't needlessly draining your battery.

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