Beats Pill is "just what the Doctor ordered:" Bluetooth NFC speaker with pill-like design
The Beats Pill costs the same $199 and it is available starting today in black, red and white. It pairs via Bluetooth 4.0 to both Android and iOS devices (and without a doubt Windows Phone too).
While the main goal of the Beats Pill is to bring quality music wirelessly, it also doubles as a speakerphone for your calls.
The device consists of four built-in speakers, and overall it lasts for 7 hours. That’s shorter that the 10-hour battery span on the Jambox. Quite neatly, the Pill also features an NFC chip for easy pairing with devices. Check it all out below and head to the source to get yours.
Beats Pill Fullscreen
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2. eisenbricher posted on 17 Oct 2012, 07:10 0 0
I kinda dislike beats. I've tried pro, solo and ibeats. All sounded unbalanced with much bass booming from it. My Klipsch reference and Sennheiser CX300II are better.
3. KParks23 posted on 17 Oct 2012, 07:43 1 0
If ur in the market for something like this get the braven 625s or 650 its awesome! Also if ur looking for earbuds I would personally only buy sennheiser!
5. InspectorGadget80 posted on 17 Oct 2012, 18:53 1 0
I still would never buy BASS BEATS head phones or this over price RX pill.