Yves Behar-Designed Mini Bluetooth Speaker Fits Big Sound In A Small Package

Yves Behar-Designed Mini Bluetooth Speaker Fits Big Sound In A Small Package

The newest addition to the Jambox family of wireless speakers is lightweight and portable.

Rachel Oliner, PSFK
  • 4 september 2013

Back in 2010, Jawbone and Yves Behar’s Fuseproject design studio debuted the Jambox, a stylish and portable wireless speaker that marked the convergence of audio technology and sleek design in a way that hadn’t been seen before.

Today, Jawbone has released the newest addition to their family of Bluetooth speakers. Weighing in at a mere nine ounces, the Mini Jambox  pumps superior sound out of its highly designed package.

HIGH Res, MINIJambox, Process Shots with Sketches

Whether listening to music, watching TV shows, or making calls, the Mini Jambox helps amplify content from any mobile device and brings sound to any location. Crafted from a single piece of aluminum, the speaker’s small frame reveals a sturdy feel.

“Its unibody aluminum chassis is a complete redesign of our iconic JAMBOX and our most avant-garde speaker design yet, allowing us to pack even more sound and technology into a significantly smaller and more portable package,” says Behar.

Jawbone has also launched a mobile app that lets users curate and gather playlists from multiple music services like Rdio, iTunes, and Spotify, placing all of your favorite tracks in one easily-accessible place.

The Mini Jambox is now available for pre-order at, and will be rolled out to stores later this month. Check out more photos of the device below.



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