1. Roberts Travel Pad

    Roberts Travel Pad

    The Roberts Travel Pad delivers a portable Bluetooth pick-me-up, with fine sound from a well-designed package

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  2. B&W T7

    B&W T7

    Looks good, sounds great – a portable speaker that’s worth paying the premium for

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  3. Bose SoundLink III

    Bose SoundLink III

    Solid build and sound, but that bass and lack of clarity has us looking at alternatives

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  4. Libratone Zipp BT

    Libratone Zipp BT

    Libratone offers a very likeable product that is well worth investing in

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  5. B&O BeoPlay A2

    B&O BeoPlay A2

    Not perfect, but the A2’s spacious sound, battery life and looks are appealing

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  7. Elipson Planet LW Bridge system

    Elipson Planet LW Bridge system

    This Elipson Planet LW package has much to commend it. It looks great, it's wireless and and it sounds pretty decent too

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  8. Dynaudio Xeo 4

    Dynaudio Xeo 4

    The Xeo 4s serve up great-quality, convenient, versatile wireless sound

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  9. Monitor Audio Airstream S200

    Monitor Audio Airstream S200

    Best wireless speaker £150-£300, Awards 2014. Excellent performance, great price and streaming features galore – this is a very desirable wireless speaker

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  10. Naim Mu-so

    Naim Mu-so

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. A hugely desirable wireless speaker with hi-fi aspirations, the Mu-so is stunning

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  11. Denon Envaya

    Denon Envaya

    The Denon kicks out a seriously weighty and powerful sound, but its unruly bass performance spoils the show

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