Probably if I had received it a few days before I would have taken it to the beach, of course. Today I’m talking about the new portable speaker of Sharp, GX-BT60, an entry-level model with a fresh and modern design, a bright color but above all an exceptional autonomy.
I tried it at home, on the go, with mine Mac and with mine smartphone: a speaker suitable for virtually any scenario. Let’s find out together.
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