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Tech reviews, this video will you the review of the Target Light Up Speakers and all its features.
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Hey this is IronReviewer here to review a speaker from the luxury store, Target. Sorry about my voice, I am a bit sick right now and that’s why I did not have a video yesterday. As I have said earlier, this is from Target. I cannot find the price on the website for some reason but it is about $9.99 and let’s get to it.
It is USB charged and it plugs into your laptop, I mean it plugs into whatever computer you're using and your iPod. For the pros, it is cheap. It has good quality for the price. The lights go with the music. Let me just demonstrate that. I can't turn it on.
I will just fast forward to the part that does it. See?
All right another pro is that it works with all computers as long as it has a USB port. Cons, it has a massive wire. So you need—this, the USB goes into the back of this and this then, this wire goes all the way to this and the two are connected by a wire that is hard to install. The colors can get annoying after a while and they're pretty glittery too.
All right if the USB isn't in all the way, it will give off a really migraine inducing sound. I definitely recommend getting these because they are only $9.99, if you want a cheap speaker and if you want to see the lights. Remember to comment, rate and subscribe.