Experience Heightened Audio with the SonaVERSE USB Speaker

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Are you tired of the soft sound coming from your laptops' in-built speakers when trying to watch a movie or listen to your new favorite album on repeat?

Get annoyed at the softer sound no longer as the SonaVERSE USB Speaker is here to save the day.
Able to be clipped onto your laptop and connected via the USB port, the SonaVERSE Speaker is able to enhance the sound of your movies or music right from your computer. Being lightweight it won’t damage the integrity of your laptop while being clipped on, however, there is a way to still use it if that concerns you. Able to also stand up horizontally, the SonaVERSE speaker can rest beside your laptop and still work to its best ability.

There are many other incredible benefits to introducing the SonaVERSE USB Speaker into your audio tech collection.

Key Features

If you don't want to use the speaker on your laptop but rather on a tablet or smartphone; the inbuilt AUX cable will allow you to connect the SonaVERSE speaker to other devices to raise the quality of their sound.

Many question how the SonaVERSE will clip onto devices safely, but the clip itself has been padded for protection. These pads will prevent scratching on your device as well as securing it in place.

The SonaVERSE has been designed with the idea in mind that it can be an easily portable device. Small and compact as well as easy enough to connect to any device and transform any on-the-go work-station from simple to extravagant.

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Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

The speaker industry is constantly growing and evolving and finding other ways to increase the audio quality of devices we already own is greatly desired. The SonaVERSE is a great way for anyone to increase the quality of their laptop, phone, or tablet’s audio with ease.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.