Ultimate Ears has expanded its range of portable speakers with the Hyperboom, it’s biggest, loudest and bassiest speaker yet.
The Hyperboom (£360) is geared towards parties, with Ultimate Ears claiming it’ll bring the energy to any gathering with six times the bass of the Megaboom 3. Other features include adaptive EQ and a rechargeable 24-hour battery to keep the party going for longer.
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