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According to Philips, the SHN4600 is ranked above the entry-level and cheaper SHN2600. Does it deliver as guaranteed? We find out.
Creative's latest series of wireless speakers uses the company's Wireless Modular Bluetooth connectivity to allow users to easily expand from a single-speaker setup to a 3.1 configuration. Sounds interesting? Read on for more details about it and other new products.
While the Creative ZiiSound T6 looks a lot like a larger version of the older GigaWorks T3, features such as wireless Bluetooth connectivity and USB audio definitely points to the fact that it is keeping up with the times. We shine the spotlight on its audio performance and capabilities to see how well it fares.
Not exactly a newcomer to the media player market, Iomega adds one more to its ScreenPlay line with the ScreenPlay TV Link MX. What do we think of it besides the fact that it has a long name? Read on to find out.
Will D-Link's flagship entertainment hub break out of the box or crumble in shame? HardwareZone dives in to find out if this HDTV companion is worth its multimedia chops.
The Sennheiser PXC 360 BT Noise-canceling headphones packs a ton of features into its compact frame. We take a listen to see if these features has made it the ultimate headphones for weary travelers.
The SonicGear SonicSpace iP12 Time Machine is a cool, new-age bedside clock and iPhone/iPod dock that wakes you up and puts you to sleep to your favorite music or radio station.
When we found a speaker system boasting higher than expected grade of specifications and build for a 2.1-speaker system, we just had to bring it in and run it through its paces to see if it offered an alternative to the the usual players. So here's a close look at Krator's N2-21030 desktop speakers.
Patriot joins the media player market with their own offering, the Box Office. Featuring Full-HD playback, and the ability to play a boatload of popular media CODECs, will the player outshine its competition? Dig in for the details.
The Bose QuietComfort 15 is the newest entry-level noise-canceling headphones in the company's QuietComfort range, featuring numerous enhancements to both actively and passively block out low frequency ambient noise. We took a listen and here's what we thought.