As with the original Roar, the passive radiators are protected with steel mesh at the sides.
Just the two of us, side by side we find the charging port and AUX-in port for 3.5mm jacks.
The top lining is a black rubberised material, and it features the NFC point, battery charge indicator LEDs, Bluetooth pairing LED alongside the pairing/answer/end call multi-function button, volume up/down, Roar button (with LED indicator), and the power button.
The base is mostly flat with large running rubberised feet to prevent vibrational interference.
Powered up we see some green LED indicators, along with the Bluetooth pairing button flashing away, looking for a device to connect to.
Side by side comparison of the Roar Classic Lite vs the MUVO 2C, one is a pocket friendly ultra portable device, while the Roar is more of a booklet size that packs a considerably more powerful punch.