The company was even more careful about the design than when it made the mouse
We didn't mention it, but when Verbatim launched the GO NANO Wireless Mouse, it also released a wireless speaker.As one might be able to guess, the wireless technology used in the making of the audio device is the same as the one running the mouse.
That is why Verbatim chose the simple name of Bluetooth Mobile Speaker.
A rechargeable Lithium-ion battery can keep the speaker running for up to 6 hours, while a USB adapter can recharge it in four.
Two 40 mm speaker drives produce the sound, which is why the Bluetooth Mobile Speaker measures just 75 mm in height (2.95 inches) and 80 mm in diameter (3.14 inches).
Sales should already be underway, for 49.99 – 54.99 Euro / $49.99-54.99. The bundle includes some USB and conventional stereo audio cables, for audio sources lacking in Bluetooth support.