The Beacon 330 is the first Bluetooth speaker from the brand. Has it been worth the wait?
The Beacon 330 is Roberts Radio’s first Bluetooth speaker, aimed at listeners who care just as much about style as they do sound.
The definition of “beacon” – at least the one we found while Googling – is a “fire or light set up in a high or prominent position as a warning, signal, or celebration”.
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The Fugoo Sport 2.0 makes minor improvements to a solid, affordable wireless speaker The Fugoo Sport 2.0 arrives a full Read more