Deal: Samsung Level Box Mini BT Speaker $39.99, 07/28/16

Like with many products in consumer electronics, it can feel like there is a plethora of options to choose from when it comes to Bluetooth speakers. While this is true as there are a huge pool of choices, it doesn't have to be overly difficult to find one that is a perfect fit, especially if you're in the market for one that will provide decent sound. While plenty of high quality Bluetooth speakers will cost upwards of $100 or more, you can often find good deals that will net you a worthy savings without having to compromise on the actual quality of the speaker. For example, you can now currently pick up the Samsung Level Box Mini Bluetooth speaker for just $39.99 when it normally goes for $99 at full retail.

The Samsung Level Box Mini comes in two available colors which includes Black and Blue. While it is powered by Bluetooth technology, it also has integrated NFC to make it extremely easy for pairing to compatible mobile devices. The speaker is also compact making it perfect for travel and portability if you like to take your music with you. It has a built-in speakerphone so you can use it for voice calls, and it boasts about 25+ hours of playback before the speaker will need to be recharged again. If you want to use the speaker with a device that either doesn't support Bluetooth or you simply want to save on battery life for your connected device, the Level Box Mini also has a 3.5mm audio port and comes with a 3.5mm audio cable to plug in the device.

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