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UE Wonderboom 2 review: Some solid upgrades help this rugged speaker stand out

A couple years back, Ultimate Ears released the Wonderboom, a squat little speaker that delivered great sound at a good price. With some attractive color pairings, and big, easy-to-use controls, there was a lot to like about the speaker, though there was also clearly still room to grow. Now UE’s ready with its follow-up, launching the Wonderboom 2 earlier this summer.

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Sonos Move leak shows off company’s first portable speaker with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

Sonos is basically synonymous with multi-room wireless audio and was around long before Google Home and Amazon Echo. The company doesn't rest on its laurels though and provides a constant stream of new devices and updated, enhanced software – it only recently added Google Assistant support to its One speakers. Over the weekend, another product emerged in a new leak courtesy of Winfuture. It's the portable Sonos Move equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity as well as a stationary charging dock.

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Anker Soundcore Flare and Flare+ portable Bluetooth speakers down to $51 and $80, respectively (up to 20% off)

There's a wide variety of Bluetooth speakers available on the market, but only a few of them offer 360º sound. The list gets even smaller if you're on a budget, but Anker's Soundcore Flare and Flare+ speakers meet these criteria and are even cheaper now that they're on sale, down to $51 and $80, respectively.

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The Anker Soundcore Motion+ waterproof Bluetooth speaker is down to $80 ($20 off)

Anker products are known for their build quality and technology, including its Soundcore lineup of headphones, earbuds, and speakers. Among them is the Soundcore Motion+ Bluetooth speaker, which has dropped to $80 instead of its original $100 price tag.

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Ultimate Ears' tiny WONDERBOOM 2 Bluetooth speaker is already $80 ($20 off)

Don't let the long name and all-caps fool you; the WONDERBOOM 2 is Ultimate Ears' smallest speaker offering. It was announced earlier this month, but prices are already being slashed by $20/20% to $79.99. If the regular BOOM speakers are just too big for your liking, you might want to look into this.

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Ultimate Ears MEGABLAST Bluetooth speaker falls to $150 ($150 off) on Amazon

Logitech's Ultimate Ears brand makes good products, but they can sometimes be overpriced. Case in point: the MEGABLAST launched at $299.99, a lot of money for a Bluetooth speaker that isn't 100% perfect. Over the past months, we've seen several price drops for the MEGABLAST, but Amazon's current price of $150.01 is the best we've seen thus far.

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Ultimate Ears unveils Wonderboom 2 Bluetooth speaker, this time with stereo pairing

The original Ultimate Ears Wonderboom was a tiny and cute little portable Bluetooth speaker that could float on water and sounded pretty decent — all for just $100. There was little not to love about it, a sentiment echoed by Jeff in our review. It must have been a good seller for UE owner Logitech, too, as it's seen fit to bring out an updated version with better sound and more features.

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Anker Soundcore Mini water-resistant wireless speaker is only $25 ($5 off) with promo code

If you're the adventurous kind and like to take your music with you on escapades, the Soundcore Mini is for you. It's both dust and water-resistant and offers eight hours of battery life to make sure it lasts during your outings. Thanks to a promo code, you can save $5 on the usual price and pay only $25.

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LG's massive 550W RK7 Bluetooth speaker is $200 ($150 off) at Best Buy

When most of us think of Bluetooth speakers, we usually visualize ones no larger than the size of a water bottle. However, Best Buy is currently offering the massive LG XBOOM RK7 Bluetooth speaker with a whopping 550W for just $199.99 — a full $150 off of regular price.

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Refurbished JBL Link 300 with Assistant and Cast support on sale for $80 ($45 off)

There are a lot of good portable speakers out there, but most come with just Bluetooth and AUX input options. The JBL Link 300 is a Bluetooth speaker that also has Google Assistant and Cast support, making it a Google Home of sorts. JBL is currently selling the certified refurbished Link 300 for $80 on its website — that's $45 less than a new speaker at Best Buy and $170 off the $250 MSRP.

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