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    Anker certainly knows their way around a power bank, and judging from the A7909 Bluetooth Speaker, they've got this portable sound thing figured out as well.

    For starters, the A7909 comes with everything you need to fully utilize this Bluetooth speaker including a couple 2.3ft cables (microUSB and 3.5mm auxiliary), soft carrying pouch, and a welcome guide to help you get things set up. The speaker is fairly light, weighing in at nearly 10 ounces, and compact enough to carry with you at only 6.4 x 2.6 x 2.6-inches. It uses Bluetooth v4.0 to pair up to your devices or the much quicker option (if your device supports it), NFC. For direct connections there's a 3.5mm port on the back as well. The housing is smooth, but a real stickler for fingerprints and smudges, making it a chore to keep clean.

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    09-16-2015 03:11 PM

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