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Sceptre SoundPal portable speaker rocks Bluetooth and NFC tech

Sceptre SoundPal Bluetooth speaker offers NFC tech for easy pairing and a microSD card slot for local palyback

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Feb 20, 2014 5:18 pm

Over the last few years Sceptre has gone from a little known brand that pretty much only sold online to a brand that you can find in many large retail stores around the country. The company was first known for computer monitors and TVs, but it has now branched out into other product categories.


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One of those other product categories is the portable speaker realm. Sceptre has unveiled its latest Bluetooth speaker called the SoundPal. The speaker uses Bluetooth 2.1 for connectivity with your portable device. It also has NFC tech inside for easy paring with NFC equipped devices.


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The SoundPal has a microSD card slot so you can play your digital tunes directly over the speaker without needing to connect a smartphone via Bluetooth. The speaker also has a 3.5mm audio input jack for connecting devices that lack Bluetooth.


The internal rechargeable battery promises six hours of use per charge. The device comes in five pastel colors that look like Easter candy. The colors include pink, green, blue, yellow, and white. The SoundPal has a single passive bass radiator and a pair of 1.5" active drivers. It can also be used as a speakerphone thanks to the internal mic.


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