There are so many different sound bars on offer these days that it can sometimes be difficult to know which to buy, but the folks at Anker are usually a pretty good bet for a good quality accessory or device at a reasonable price.

That’s the case with their Soundcore Infini Mini Bluetooth Sound Bar, a sound bar that not only looks great but also has the sound to match. Right now you can get it for just $67.99, down on its usual $100 asking price. In fact, this price is lowest ever, so if you’re in need of a sound bar, now is a great time to make a purchase.

If you do plump for the Anker sound bar, you’ll get a 21-inch unit that has optical input as well as 3.5mm for those who have legacy devices knocking around. There’s Bluetooth support as well, so this can be used with anything from a record player to a high-end smartphone as well as everything between.

Reviews for the Anker Soundcore Infini Mini Bluetooth Sound Bar are yet to rack up, but we do know that Anker’s other products in the audio space are well received, on the whole, so we see little reason to believe that this would be any different.

We’ve been big fans of the Anker devices for a while now, and at this price it really is too good of an offer to refuse.

Features include:

  • 21 Inches of Room-Filling Sound: Infini Mini’s two full-range drivers and bass port fuel immersive cinema sound, while its compact build makes it the perfect fit for smaller spaces.
  • Adapt Your Audio: Music and movie modes tailor sound output to your entertainment.
  • Multiple Input Options: Use the optical or AUX cables to connect to your TV, or use Bluetooth to stream content directly from your mobile devices.
  • Easy to Use: Conveniently control via the remote or built-in buttons.

Buy: Soundcore Infini Mini Sound Bar by Anker from Amazon: $67.99 | Original price $99.99

Why not pick one up today?

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