PTron Ultra Pill Review

PTron Ultra Pill Bluetooth wireless speaker looks like a large pill. It looks pretty cool and has a small form factor, enabling you to carry along anywhere.

Ashok Pandey
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PTron Ultra Pill Review
  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price : ₹ 499

Key Specs

    Built-In Fm Radio, supports USB and TF Card, Bluetooth

Pros : Price, connectivity options, decent battery

Cons : Poor sound quality

Bottomline : At the price of 500, it is a fairly priced wireless speaker, neither you are spending much nor you getting great sound.


PTron is working hard to get great space in the affordable market. Numerous products in different categories but at fairly low price. Recently we received PTron Ultra Pill Bluetooth wireless speaker. Actually, it looks like a large pill, yet pretty cool and has a small form factor, enabling you to carry along anywhere.

The speaker comes with built-in FM radio, you can tune channels using the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons, those are primarily to raise or reduce the volume. You may find it difficult at the very first moment, but later it will be easy. It has different slots allowing you to add USB or TF Card to play music directly.

The wireless device can be easily connected to your phone or other device having Bluetooth to play music wirelessly. The portable mini Speakers can be changed with any microUSB charger, thus no need to carry an additional charger for it.

About the sound quality and overall performance, to test its audio quality we played soundtracks with intense sub-bass content, such as DJ Magic Mike’s “Feel The Bass.” The speaker is quite loud considering its size but misses bass. It produces clear sound with decent treble ranges.

It has decent battery life, in one full charge, you can enjoy uninterrupted music for more than three hours. While playing different tracks at full volume over Bluetooth connectivity, it lasted for 3 hours and 24 minutes.

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