The ultra portable speaker segment is a curious one, while the size of these speakers makes them easy to bring around, it also limits the number of drivers manufacturers can place in them, and so the audio quality. We compare the latest such as the Creative MuVo Mini and the Logitech X300 to see how they fare.
Part of Pioneer's "Superior Club Sound Headphones" series, the SE-MX7 features an Advanced Bass Level Control slider that allows you to adjust the amount of bass it gives you. Will these flashy cans provide you with a full club experience on the go? Read on to find out.
The Audio Technica ATH-M50x professional monitors are the updated version of the popular ATH-M50 headphones. We test drive this set to find out if the M50 has a worthy successor.
Sportscasting was the focus of this year's Broadcast Asia, as a number of partners were on hand to showcase their latest products and also to talk about how 4K is already very much a possibility with existing technologies - evidenced by trials that have been run over the last year.
The Bose SoundLink III is the latest update in Bose's SoundLink Wireless Bluetooth speaker series. With ever more competition in the crowded wireless Bluetooth speaker category, can Bose still stand out? We find out in this review.
Jabra steps up their game with the Solemate Max, a mid-sized portable Bluetooth speaker that's resistant to dirt, water, and dust. Read on to find out how it sounds.
Beats has a new line-up for 2014, with an update to their Pill speakers, and new wireless versions of their headphones. We dive in to bring you the low-down after the jump.
The original Aurvana Live! headphones were well received by audiophiles looking for a good set of headphones without breaking the bank. We find out if the Aurvana Live! 2 lives up to it's pedigree in our review.
We were at the opening of TwoBro's new store at 112 Katong to check out some funky new gadgets including Fiio's new X5 high-resolution portable media player, an app-controlled LED lamp, Bluetooth-enabled light bulb speakers and more.
The ASUS P2B is a mini DLP projector that uses LEDs as its light source. With 2GB of internal storage and a media center function, you don't even need a laptop to conduct a presentation. Find out more in this review.