UltraProlink has launched a range of smart Bluetooth speakers in India. The range includes Hi-QI, Hi-QII and Hi-Q Lite which are priced at Rs 3,499, Rs 3,999 and Rs 1,699 respectively. All the Bluetooth speakers are available for purchase from ecommerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, PayTM and even from the company’s website. Major travel retailers at airports and metro stations like Buddy Retailâ€™s Gadget Point, Relay and WHSmith also sell UltraProlink products, the company said in a press statement.
Hi-Q speakers can easily connect with sources like smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, Micro SD cards, USB Pen Drives via TF card & USB slots, auxiliary cable and Bluetooth. All variants are equipped with FM tuner, TF card & USB slots, auxiliary cable and Bluetooth.
The Hi-QII bluetooth speaker is a 6-Watt Bluetooth speaker which comes loaded with a 4,000mAh battery. The battery can be used to as a power bank and charge your smartphone or tablet. This speaker carries a candy-bar design and comes with sensor-based touch Panel with without any tactile buttons. It is available in black color and is priced at Rs 3,999.
Hi-QI speaker offers a 10-watt sound output powered by a dynamic bass engine. It comes with a 1200mAh Li-ion battery that will provide you long hours of playtime. This speaker is available in Silver Gray color.
Hi-Q Lite, the cheapest of three, claims to produce Hi-Fi stereophonic sound output of 3-Watts and comes with an 800mAh battery. It is available in Black and Grey colors.
UltraProlink Hi-Q smart Bluetooth speakers come with a manufacturer warranty of one year and are available across all the major centers like Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Ludhiana & Lucknow.
Commenting on the launch, Pankaj Mirchandani, managing partner, RCA (Owner of UltraProlink brand) said â€œTo cater to the discerning customers, UltraProlink Hi-Q Series Bluetooth speakers have been designed to look good. While being sensitive to distinctly bring out the subtle nuances of a musical piece, Hi-Q range is made tough to take on the rigors of an African Safari or an adventure camp or an arduous Trekâ€.