If you are getting bored with your existing portable speaker, have a look at these recent releases.
Aermoo V1 ($34.99)
The Aermoo V1 is IP67 rated and has a 2,200mAh battery to give you over 10 hours of playing time. It has a built-in microphone for hands-free calling, a 3.5mm Aux in port,and a TF card slot.
It also has an auto-sleep mode after 15 minutes of inactivity. There is not much bass compared to the Archeer speaker, but the sound is much better than the similar Vtin speaker.
EasyAcc mini ($18.99)
If you are looking for a newer mini bluetooth speaker, the EasyAcc is a nice choice. It will only output 3W but is well built and sturdy for small spaces. It has a built in microphone for hands free calling and has a TF card slot. It also has FM radio when the charging cable is plugged in.
Sbode outdoor speaker ($49.99)
The Sbode outdoor speaker has a nice sound due to the bass radiators at each end. It is IPX6 rated and will deliver up to 6 hours playing time. It has TWS to enable two speakers to be paired together and has a microphone for hands-free calling.
The speaker will switch itself off after 10 minutes of inactivity. It has a sound similar to the Lugulake speaker.
The Vantrue V4.2 delivers 25W of sound from its 15W bass and 10W treble driver. Its 2,000mAh battery will deliver up to 24 hours play time — but not on maximum volume.
It has a built-in microphone for hands free calling. It is not IP rated, but Vantrue says it can survive being splashed. If you need an IP related speaker, then a splashproof or waterproof speaker might suit you better.
Tribit XSound Go ($35.99)
The XSound Go from Tribit delivers 2 x 6W output, and its 4,400mAh battery delivers up to 24 hours playing time. It looks nice and is curved and weighty in the hand.
It is IPX7 rated, has a built-in microphone for hands-free calling, and comes with a micro USB cable and a lanyard to dangle from your wrist. I found the sound tinny compared to the Outxe speaker, but it was more than a match for the Inateck 10 plus.
Iotton speaker ($49.99)
The Iotton speaker delivers 2 x 8W from a compact and curved body. Like the Apie speaker, the Iotton is rated at IP66. It will deliver up to 10 hours of playing time from its 4,400mAh battery.
It delivers a nice clear range of sounds, but it does not have the bass range that I love.
Sony XB10 ($38.00)
The Sony XB10 is IPX5 rated, so it is water resistant. It will deliver up to 16 hours play time. The speakers have TWS (true wireless function), which means two can be paired for a good stereo sound.
I loved the bass on this speaker — it delivered better sound than the Vava Voom 21, and it delivers great sound for a bluetooth mini speaker. I liked this one.