Aliph Jawbone Jambox

  • Aliph Jawbone Jambox
76
Based on 21 scores, 28 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    4
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    6
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Compact and portable design.
  • Decent audio quality.
  • Long battery life.

Cons:

  • Sound quality varies depending on music.
  • Vibrates and moves a lot.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Gadling on

A few years back the Bluetooth portable speaker market was a small one that mainly consisted of tiny, underpowered speakers with mediocre sound. Then along came the original Jambox by Jawbone and consumers realized it was possible to get high quality...

By G4tv.com on 100

Video Review: The Jambox by Jawbone is a compact portable speaker that comes with wireless connectivity, an output capacity of 85 decibels and a sleek, sophisticated design. Matt Mira and Kevin Pereira take a look at the Jambox for Gadget...

By mashable.com on

Subscription streaming music service MOG has just expanded its external device support to include the Jawbone Jambox. The Jawbone Jambox is a portable, Bluetooth wireless speaker designed to deliver great sound in a super tiny package. The Jawbone...

By Smarthouse on 70

One of the most impressive aspects of the speaker is that very physicality of the sound. If you hold the unit in your hand as music plays or as it turns on, you feel the bass punch out in deep vibrations that make the unit feel like its punching above...

By Channel News Australia on 70

The Jambox by Jawbone is a small but weighty Bluetooth speaker that delivers surprisingly deep sound for its size. The initial reaction from turning the Jambox on leans towards jaw-dropping, with the stylish, rectangular unit belching out a digital...

By HardwareZone.com on

On the whole, the Jawbone Jambox is a well-engineered, slickly designed speaker that actually punches well above its product category when it comes to sound quality. Unfortunately, another adjective that can be thrown in to the mix to describe it...

By TechCentral on 70

For a lightweight and compact speaker, the Jambox is a solidly-built product that exhibits great design qualities while maintaining decent audio quality. It is a great way to complement your music listening experience on any device that doesn't have...

By Audioholics on 75

by Clint DeBoer — last modified April 25, 2011In addition to sounding great, the portability is fantastic. While staying at hotel on the coast of Africa, I took it down to the beach with me, under the palm trees. My buddies and I felt that Jack...

By RegHardware on 80

Small, loud and good to look at – what’s not to like? Well, this is not a cheap gadget. The sound isn’t perfect and you could buy higher quality speakers for the same or less. What you’re paying for here is great design, superb...

By GadgetMac on 70

Jawbone, the makers of the most stylish and popular Bluetooth headsets around have finally come out with a wireless Bluetooth portable speaker for listening to music and what would this thing be without being a speakerphone too. All of this jammed...

By CNET Australia on 60

The Jambox would happily find a place on a desk in a modern office as a speakerphone, but we don't recommend it as a speaker for most types of...

By APC Magazine on 70

Jawbone may or may not be a name familiar to APC readers, but the company has been making mobile headsets and accessories for over a decade. At first sight, their new JAMBOX looks like a little black power brick, the kind you'd use to power up your...

By GadgetReview on 90

Pros:Amazing sound for the size 10+ hour rechargeable battery Bluetooth and audio input connectivity Built-in mic for phone calls Cons:Expensive; $199.99 It’s rather surprising that in a world inundated with mobile devices the portable speaker...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

We all have something we love, but may not recommend to others. A , player, or record collection, but whatever it is the universal theme is guilty pleasure. So let me introduce you to my latest guilty pleasure: the Aliph Jawbone Jambox. If...

By Pocket-lint on 80

What you get with the Jawbone Jambox is a top-notch portable device which will bang out clear audio and serve as a handy speaker phone. The build quality is there, the design is good enough to appeal to most and it's very easy to set-up and use. The...

By iLounge on 50

Yet when you decide whether to actually purchase one of these tiny, rubbery, and somewhat inexpensive-looking speakers, it’s impossible to ignore what $200 can buy these days. XtremeMac’s similarly wireless, better-equipped Tango TRX can be...

By Engadget on 80

So if the Jambox isn't going to replace a good pair of headphones, loudspeakers or speakerphone, what good is it for you? Why, it's the perfect way to augment anything you'd share that doesn't have decent speakers of its own. Plugged...

By PCWorld on 80

Compact, rectangular speaker is highly portable, and produces mostly impressive, good-quality sound....

By PC Mag on 50

The Aliph Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth speaker's great pedigree and solid feature set can't make up for the fact that it simply sounds bad....

By SlashGear on

Bluetooth speakers – like headsets – can be pretty inexpensive these days, and so manufacturers need to offer something significantly more interesting if they want to charge a premium. The Jawbone JAMBOX’s RRP of $199 is no small...