It sounds great, can operate on battery power, and comes with a charging dock.
If you don’t mind not being able to ask Alexa to stream music from Spotify, the $99 Fabriq Chorus is an exceptional value among Echo-compatible speakers.
I’m a big fan of Amazon’s Echo line of smart speakers when it comes to smart home control, and the second-generation Echo is a big improvement over the first. But the Alexa-powered Fabriq Chorus delivers more bang for the buck and it sounds better, too.
Where the Echo requires an AC outlet to operate, the Chorus features a 2200mAh rechargeable battery that Fabriq says can deliver up to 6 hours of performance, so you can take the speaker with you. The Chorus also comes with a contact-based charging cradle, so you don’t need to bother with plugging and unplugging a USB cable to run the speaker—or charge its battery. The 6.3-inch tall cylindrical speaker is wrapped in wooly fabric (you can choose from four designs), with a thin LED ring around its base.
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