The Minis are exactly what they say they are: small. They’re wireless, but not much bigger than normal ‘phones
Ah, tiny little things. This is more like it: wireless and yet not discernibly bigger than normal headphones. Even the box is a fraction of the size of its competitors.
The i-Phone Mini charges (via USB) suspiciously quickly – and wethinks there’s not much battery in there.
Would you be surprised if we said sound quality wasn’t great? There’s a crashy high end and no appreciable bass but significant equalizer-twiddling can make it bearable. The background white noise and electronic clicks are, however, untreatable.
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