Razer Leviathan Mini Review – Compact But Mighty Powerful

The Razer Leviathan Mini is one of the newest additions to the now incredibly long list of Bluetooth speakers as of late. So what does it have to offer that sets it apart from others? Other than the fact that it is branded by one of the world’s leading names in computer gaming, you can pair two of these together. Even if you only own one of Mini, you would find its volume to be able to blow out the competition in a heartbeat.

Razer Leviathan Mini Review - Compact But Mighty Powerful

The Razer Leviathan Mini has a Powerful Volume Despite Its Tiny Architecture

Even though the Razer Leviathan Mini has a lot to answer for (since it IS made by Razer), it does nothing else to impress the competition other than having an impressive volume. It is measured at a compact size of 3.34-inches in width, 2.12-inches deep, and 2.16-inches in height. It weighs 1.18-pounds and includes a carrying case, which is a pretty decent extra. It also has an integrated microphone for cell-phone calls, and it has an estimated battery life of about 10-hours. Its Bluetooth range is what you would find in other devices which is 33 feet/10-meters. Speaking of Bluetooth, it uses Bluetooth 4.0 technology if you’re wondering about that.

Overall, it does seem like a well-designed mini Bluetooth speaker. But again, there is a recent boom in such a device recently and the sector can even be seen as to be one of the most crowded as of late. Hence, it can be tough to find a quality between each of them that would make them stand out from each other.

That being said, the Leviathan Mini does very little to impress its targeted markets, other than the fact that it is branded by one of the leading names in computer gaming and its powerful volume for its compact stature. Also, like many other compact Bluetooth speakers in the market, this can only deliver so much bass and it will tend to reduce its powerful volume when confronted with too much of its. This is to avoid distortion when playing complicated tracks.

Even though Razer does offer a full-size Leviathan soundbar, which can deliver 5.1-virtual surround sound, the Razer Leviathan Mini is perhaps left behind by the times as it does little to justify its high-end price. Perhaps the company may rethink their strategies and bring the price down a bit for this compact Bluetooth speaker to get any competitive traction in the wireless speaker market.


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