The Sonos Roam is here – well almost. It’ll be available to the public from April 20th, but our review is in and we liked it a lot.
If you’re an existing Sonos user then the Roam fulfils the promise of a truly portable speaker, one that you can take with you on your journeys. If you’re not already in the Sonos system, the Roam acts as the cheapest way in.
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