The BeatsPill is a well-designed Bluetooth speaker with some useful features, including easy pairing with compatible smartphones. Sound quality, according to CNET is "strong for its size." Gizmodo concurs, saying it gets "very loud with admirable clarity," though the site warns that fans of Beats' bass-enhanced sound "won't find that here." At $199, the Pill is expensive for a small Bluetooth speaker, especially when solid options like the gdgt Must-have Jawbone Jambox are available for less. And Gizmodo calls the disappointing bass a deal-breaker. However, if you're looking for a compact Bluetooth speaker that sounds bigger than it is, CNET says the Pill has "an impressive design, sounds a bit better than the competition despite its limitations, and has a strong feature set."
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