Peso: 0,21 g
|Estación de acoplamiento para móvil/tableta||No|
|Altavoz inteligente (asistente virtual)||Sí|
|Estándares de transmisión||Cast de Google|
|color del producto|
|Tipo de conector USB||Micro USB|
|Entrada analógica de 3,5 mm (Aux)||0|
|Red inalámbrica (Wi-Fi)||Sí|
|Alimentado por USB||No|
|Eléctrico (no USB)||Sí|
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