The iRoar Mic packaging looks sleek, showing off the microphone shape and design.
Flipping the box around we find out a little more about the mysterious iRoar Mic including is low latency and natural voice technology and 10hr talk time.
Included with the iRoar Mic and its guide you will find a USB - microUSB charging cable, a lanyard and a magnetic foam windbreak. On inspection of the manual, there Emote amp, and the smartphone apps dedicated to the iRoar microphone, aren't compatible with the Roar Pro, which is a shame.
The iRoar Mic is 70.5mm tall, and weighs just 30g, making is nice and portable. The front controls include Roar volume up/down, microphone sensitivity up/down, and the central button is the emotion amplifier.
At the back is a large springy clip to attach it somewhere convenient.
On its side features a power/pair button, mute button and an LED indicator that flashed blue while pairing, solid blue for connected, amber for low battery and then red.
The I/O at the base includes a line-in, micro USB for charging, and a mic-in should you wish to connect a high quality microphone for singing/recording.