What happens when you take an intelligent speaker and improved its features based on user feedback? You get the Creative iRoar Go. Check out what's new here.
Creative's iRoar is an intelligent portable wireless speaker that has its own audio processor within. We take it through its paces to see just how much difference the added intelligence makes.
Both a speaker and a smart table lamp, the Yamaha Relit LSX-70 exudes elegance thanks to its sleek design. We run it through our tests to see if it sounds as good as it looks.
After experiencing success with their line of circumaural, street-inspired headphones, Beats is entering the speaker market with the Beats Pill. Armed with Bluetooth wireless and NFC pairing technology, as well as Apt-X audio coding, the Pill seems to have all the right features.
As part of its diversifications efforts, Antec presents the a.m.p. SP1 portable Bluetooth wireless speaker. We play some tunes on it to see how it fares against the current bumper crop of portable wireless Bluetooth speakers.
Featuring a push-in/pull-out dock design, the Soma Travel has the ability to work even if you don't remove your device's protective casing. With so many iPod speaker docks in the current market, how will this one stand out? Read on for our evaluation.
The Bose SoundLink wireless mobile speaker aims to offer quality sound, portability and elegant durability in one package. With four 2-inch drivers and dual opposing passive radiators, the SoundLink looks to be a heavy hitter in its category.
A speaker, recording device, torch and FM radio all rolled into one, the SonicGear Go! Ion 900 Torch is definitely a product that aims high. But does it perform up to standard for each function? We find out.
Despite being shaped like a desktop mouse, SonicGear's latest iON2 is in fact a portable speaker in disguise. Find out if this tiny speaker projects more volume than it looks.