Product testers hailed the Pohopa EF-B210G, recommending it for podcasts, music, and the outdoors. Editors at Best Views Reviews hailed its neutral-sounding audio, and they recorded a good 3.56 dB standard error, although the 91.1Hz to 11.5kHz frequency response range is a bit narrow.
It has a poor 253 ms iOS Bluetooth latency and 220 ms Android latency. If you prefer a Wi-Fi speaker, see our Sonos Move review. Analysts from RTINGS praised its fairly loud 89.6 dB maximum SPL and super-low 1.00 dB DRC, maintaining the audio quality at the maximum volume.
It doesn’t support voice assistants, though. Check out our Sonos Roam review for a speaker with built-in Alexa and Google Assistant. This speaker has a narrow soundstage, posting a 6.78 dB directivity index during testing, but it supports stereo.
Weighing just 4.9 lbs, this system is portable. Testing revealed an excellent 60-hour battery life. However, this device does not have speakerphone functions. See our OontZ Angle 3 ULTRA review if you need speakerphone functions.