Reading Time: 3 minutes

This is just simply amazing

Bluetooth speakers are one of the popular and pervasive products currently swarming the market. Bluetooth speakers are presently the surest bets to make a quick buck however, BenQ trevolo s is different.

When I first pulled it out of the box I got concerned that the size was going to be reflective of the sound. That concern was all for nothing as the Bose itself sounds incredible! Full of life and base. I set it up in my bedroom and now listen to music as I get ready for the day or wind down at night.

World’s Smallest Bluetooth Electrostatic Speaker| treVolo S

NFC-One-Touch Connection

Easily pair your smartphone or tablet with treVolo S by lightly touching your device to the N mark on treVolo S.

If you picture “Bluetooth speaker” in your brain, you are almost certain to conjure up a very plain black or very very dark gray brick, with a perforated front and near-invisible control buttons. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of these clone-like bricks in the market. Heck, I have at least three of them in the house as I type this. But, I’ve been given the opportunity to try out a speaker from BenQ; the treVolo-S.

By Craig Hurda -June 7, 2018

Bluetooth speakers are one of the most popular and pervasive hi-fi products currently swarming the market. They are currently the surest bets to make ‘a fast buck’ since the early days of the recent headphone resurgence. Because of this, everyone – and I mean everyone – has, is or will be releasing one to an increasingly bemused and befuddled public.
BenQ is a different matter, of course. This Taiwanese company is a multi-national. Anyone who has ever own an Acer PC will have had a tentative contact with BenQ because the latter was created from the former back in 2001. They’re a powerful outfit, they even bought Siemens mobile phone wing back in 2005 so cash is floating around in buckets. The problem with BenQ is just that, though. It is not a specialist hi-fi outfit. It does a bit of everything. Mobile phones and cameras are just two of its lines. After it bought Zowie Gear, computing gaming hardware was on the agenda. Get the picture? Bluetooth speakers make up the numbers.

Paul Rigby –

We here at absolutely love the Trevolo-s by BenQ. This speaker sounds absolutely amazing, and I have to say that it looks like a BOSS. Hallelujah! What a spectacular speaker! This speaker sound is crystal clear inside and out, charge lasts and lasts, and I even use it at work to play sound effects and music. Also, the compact size is just perfect for traveling but don’t let the size fool you. It’s a powerhouse.

BenQ is a brand you’re probably familiar with as a manufacturer of computer monitors and home theater projectors. It also makes the WiT –the most expensive LED desk lamp I’ve every tested. The company would like music lovers to now that it’s also in the portable speaker game. But as with many of its products, BenQ is taking a very unique approach. I just wrapped up testing the treVolo S, billed as “the world’s smallest Bluetooth electrostatic speaker.”

Brad Moon