Do you love convergence devices? Whether you like it or not, that is the direction where the industry is heading, and the Coda One Bluetooth Speaker is a prime example of that. The Coda One Bluetooth Speaker functions as a handset, and when the need arises, it is also a speakerphone, and when you are not holding any kind of conversations with a connected smartphone, it will double up as an above average stereo speaker. The folks behind the Coda One wanted it to be different from the numerous Bluetooth speakers that are out there in the market, hence throwing in a slew of other functionalities as mentioned earlier.
At first glance, who would have thought that something so elegant in design and simple in looks would be able to do so much? The Coda One Bluetooth Speaker is a dual-speaker device which can also be turned into handset mode, letting you hold it to your face just like a normal phone, giving you the space and chance to carry out your private conversations without anyone eavesdropping on the other side. Would you fork out $99.99 for the Coda One Bluetooth Speaker?
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