There are so many speakers out there it's very hard to find just the right one. Each of them has their benefits and drawbacks. I have had quite a number of portable bluetooth speakers over the last few years and to be honest it has become a bit of an addiction for me. On to the review of the Veho Vecto speaker though. I was extremely impressed with this offering. It has a whole host of features that make this speaker really stand out. In terms of connectibility, this speaker ticks all the boxes. You can connect via bluetooth, NFC, or even the vintage line in. The speaker can be used as a loud speaker for a phone, giving you the options of using your phone hands free. I am not sure how this works or how good the microphone is as I have not tested it out, but it's still a useful feature to have in there I believe. It can charge ones phone as well which will always be a plus. You don't need to carry a power bank with you, not unless you are needing to do some heavy charging. Finally you can insert a micro SD card and play MP3 files with this speaker. It's a shame you can't shuffle or repeat with the micro SD card but at least you can play the files on it. As of this writing I have not tested this feature either but I hope to do so soon. The phone has a nice rubbery texture which should make it fairly waterproof. Even with all those features the speaker is actually lighter than I thought it would be. The most important thing for any speaker is its sound. Given it's size I was actually impressed. It has a very decent volume. There are certain situations where it does sound a little tinny, however this is acceptable given it's size. Even still I was impressed so much with the speaker I felt a compulsion to write a review about it. I wish it came with a carry case, that would have been a nice touch, but I can't fault the device because it's a pleasure to use. Over all I would have to give this speaker nearly top marks for being so feature rich and delivering on the aspects I have tested on it so far. A special mention should go to the cable that comes with it because it's very nifty. It has a micro USB, USB, and line-in all on the same cable. I am very happy with this purchase.