All Product Articles tagged ‘bluetooth’
The Dell AC411 is not just your run of the mill affordable 2.1-channel speaker system. It even supports wireless playback thanks to its Bluetooth capabilities. But will its 33W sound output help it make the grade? Details in our review!
Atlas Sound and Vision introduces two new Loewe televisions, which includes the new flagship full-array LED screen as well as two new speakers, one of which is the trendy, NFC enabled Loewe Speaker 2 Go. More details after the jump!
Heavy on features, the Creative Evo Zx is a wireless headphone set equipped with NFC technology. In addition, the product sports the SB-Axx1 audio processing chip from Creative previously found on the Sound Blaster Axx1 speakers.
Bose has launched the new QuietComfort 20 active noise canceling earphones and the small, portable SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker. We had a chance to check the products out at the launch event and bring you our first impressions.
Armed with a 4-inch cone woofer and a 0.375-inch tweeter, along with its unique octagonal design, the Yamaha PDX-B11 seeks to carve a niche for itself in the rapidly saturating portable, Bluetooth speakers market segment. Does it succeed in its endeavors or fall short of the mark?
The new Creative Sound BlasterAxx is unlike any wireless speaker. It features a host of smart features such as a customizable "acoustic zone" and even boasts a built-in microphone array with CrystalVoice technology for communication purposes. We check out the entire line-up, SBX 8, SBX 10 and SBX 20, to see if it will turn Creative's fortunes.
The Bose SoundLink is intended to serve the sound needs of users who store their music on their smartphones and are on-the-move. Does the new product deliver on its brand promise? Will its large size affect mobility? We find out.
We took the Jabra Freeway out for a spin to give you an idea how on hands-free this Bluetooth car speaker truly is with its voice-activated commands and motion-sensing feature.
The Sony Ericsson LiveView acts as a remote control for your Android device, leaving it sitting snugly in your pockets. We spent some time with it, trying to figure if it's a novelty, or a useful complement to your smartphone.
Afraid of losing your keys, bag or camera? The handy little nio security tag with a range of customizable settings offers a solution to keep your valuables safe.