The Logitech UE Boom has a lot to offer, but great sound isn’t part of the deal.
The UE Boom was one of the first Bluetooth speakers to go mainstream, helped by the fact that it was one of the first to have water-resistance. Though it has been quite a few years since the initial release and there are newer versions of the UE Boom speaker, let’s take a look back at the original and see how it holds up. Is it worth your cash today?
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