When a new child is born, the older one gets neglected, especially if the little one is not so little and looks almost exactly like its older sibling. The younger child always gets all the attention, eats all the good food and is generally loved by all. But let me not delve into experiences that moulded me into the man I am today, as that’s not the case with Harman Kardon’s Go + Play Micro. This iPod dock looks almost identical to its big brother, the original Go + Play. In fact, I don’t even know why they’ve bothered to add the micro tag, as it really isn’t that much smaller. All they’ve done is shaved off half an inch in depth and 1.5 inches in width. Harman Kardon has also taken away some key features that made the original Go + Play so popular. But they have also added some stuff too. So is it worth it?
Design and Performance
The view from behind doesn't offer all that much
As far as other features go, it feels like the Go + Play Micro has had a vasectomy. They’ve taken away the FM radio, EQ and then some more. Harman Kardon might justify this by saying that this is the cheaper, step down ‘Micro’ version, but it sure as hell isn’t micro in size.
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Three speakers from 2010 that you simply have to plug into your laptop.
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