Swedish brand Urbanears is expanding its audio reach: after a range of bluetooth headphones like the Plattan 2 and the multi-room Baggen speaker system, it has released its first portable Bluetooth speaker in the form of the Rålis.
The Rålis has a handbag-like design, and it’s pretty big for a device you’re expected to take camping or to soundtrack your barbeque but it also has good enough specs to justify this – at least on paper.
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