Our wireless fun-sized speaker, G-POP is small enough to fit in your hand and loud enough to start a party. Super lightweight and compact, toss it in your bag, purse or backpack - or clip onto a strap. G-POP rocks Bluetooth wireless (with a speakerphone too).Click here to see G-ZIP, the line-in fun-sized speaker
Stream from any smart device to G-POP with Bluetooth. Pair and play music from your iPhone, iPad, Android or whatever the latest gadget is in a matter of seconds with no wires or cables needed!
If you insist on using line-in, not to worry, we’ve included a handy cable that plugs into any device with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
G-POP's got a speakerphone with pick-up and hang-up buttons, so take that important call hands-free when riding, hiking, or even when you're gone fishin’.
We’ve included playback and volume buttons right on G-POP so you can leave your phone in your pocket and quickly skip back to listen to your favorite song again.
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