Stuffcool Theo portable Bluetooth speaker with MIC launched in India at Rs 1,999

Stuffcool Theo - Feature Image

Stuffcool has launched its latest Bluetooth speaker in India. Dubbed as Theo, this new portable speaker comes in five vibrant colour designs. The company teases the functionality of a dedicated MIC on its latest speaker. It is priced at Rs 2,099 and will be available at introductory pricing of Rs 1,999, afterward, it will retail for Rs 2,099. Let’s talk about Stuffcool Theo Bluetooth speaker in detail below. 

Stuffcool Theo Bluetooth Speaker – Features 

The company brings a 40mm driver with 5W power output and 3 ohms impedance for the extra bass thump and sound quality. This sleek-looking Bluetooth speaker claims to offer immersive audio experience. Stuffcool praises the ergonomically designed smooth flawless edges of Theo. 

Speaking about the connectivity options, it offers Bluetooth 5.0 version support and compatibility to simultaneously play two Theo speakers from a single device. Thus, allowing you to essentially create a 2.0 channel. But unfortunately, it won’t act like one. Meaning it can’t decide which speaker is left or right. The speaker supports USB, TF Card, Aux-in, and FM Radio. Thus, offering more than one way to listen to music on it. 

Stuffcool Theo - Orange - Feature Image

Again, talking about the microphone functionality, it allows for hands-free calling facility on the all-new Stuffcool Theo Bluetooth speaker. It is powered by a 1200mAh capacity battery and claims to run through the day. The brand hasn’t shared the exact numbers when it comes to continuous music playback time. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Stuffcool Theo Bluetooth Speaker? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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