Teachers across the world have all dealt with a universal problem – speakers in the classroom.
Any teacher who’s spent time under their desk messing with this knows what I mean. Can I get an Amen?
So today I’m reviewing the Jambox for classroom use:
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Or go straight to the website for the customizable designs I talked about (It’s cheaper on Amazon).
I want to reiterate that this is not a cheap replacement speaker if you accidentally ripped the cable out of yours in frustration – this is a quality, TRULY portable speaker with a lot of versatility and robust functions.
Beyond the Review
In addition to the basics, the Jambox has a lot of cool functions that you won’t get from other speakers.
First and foremost, the speakers are updatable. You can change the voice to match your preference, and they even have seasonal updates for things like Santa speaking to you.
Second, you can use Dial Apps for hands-free assistance should you want to use the phone function. Believe it or not, I’ve heard of people plopping these things down on their dashboards and using it for a speaker system and
in on-dash phone system.
These extras and whatever new things they update it with are all available at mytalk.jawbone.com
Not cheap, but totally worth it. I did some serious research and consideration before buying this, and to this day I’m still happy with my choice. If you make the investment, you’re definitely not going to go wrong with it.
Here’s that link again if you want it:
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*Photo from Comedy Nose on Flickr