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8Bitdo NES-themed Bluetooth Speaker: Select Music, Start Party

by Lambert Varias
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8Bitdo started out by making Bluetooth controllers that imitated Nintendo’s classic gamepads. It appears to be branching out to other types of gadgets but still with the same gimmick, as you can see with its new Retro Cube Speaker.

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The Retro Cube Speaker measures about 3.2″ on each side. It has two 1.5W speakers, a bass reflex port and an 800mAh battery that should last up to 8h per charge. You can connect to it via Bluetooth 2.1 or with a 3.5mm cable. Here’s a demo by YouTuber PerfectDenki:

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You can order the speaker from Amazon for $35 (USD).

 

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