Over the past few months I have been hooking up my phone to my Stereo or PC speakers via a 3.5mm audio jack. Which also means I have to leave it plugged in next to my TV or my PC and when I receive a phone call I then have to remove the phone and answer and redo the whole process when I get off the phone. I have a very nice home theatre system and really don’t feel the need to upgrade to get the special perks of some of the new technology. Portable Bluetooth speakers are great when you’re out on the go but not when you want to be in your house and want to listen to music on your home theatre system. Well over the past few years there have been some options, but they all cost a good chunk of change. A few weeks ago I received the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver which broadcasts over Bluetooth. Lets take a look and see if this wireless music receiver will fit your needs in your house.
Antec has branched out over the past year from what we normally know them for, cases and power supplies. They launched Antec Mobile Products (AMP) and we reviewed their flagship product the SP1 Bluetooth speaker. Today we are taking a look at another bluetooth product the Pulse Wireless Mobile Headphones. These over-the-ear wireless headphones are intended for mobile use and include an integrated microphone for answering calls. Beyond this they feature 40 mm drivers, built in controls, a foldable design and a very sleek look. Let’s check them out…
Bluetooth speakers tend to be really portable and offer decent sound for their size. But what happens when you want bigger sound and maybe something a little more permanent? Introducing Double Spot, Soundfreaq’s answer for a bluetooth speaker with a larger size, better features, yet still portable.
At CES 2014 Soundfreaq has unveiled the Pocket Kick and Sound Rise. Both of these products are bluetooth speakers that are a bit Freaq’d out. Pocket Kick’s goal is ultra-portability, and Sound Rise is aiming to get you out of bed.
Liquid Image showed off at CES Unveiled today its latest tiny sports camera, the EGO LS, and its two modules, a 4G LTE module and a battery module. This tiny camera can record 1080p @ 30 fps, 720p @ 60 fps, and QVGA @ 30 fps, in addition to its up to 8 MP still camera.
Here we bring our gaming lovers the new interactive R.A.T.M gaming mouse news. Just the right thing our gamers need to have their hands onto. The good news is Mad Catz interactive has officially announced the shipping of the R.A.T.M gaming mouse. It is actually the first mouse which has a fusion of both Bluetooth technology and a gaming grade laser sensor. The purpose is to provide the customers with a long battery life, widespread compatibility and of course last but not the least the outstanding performance expected from a R.A.T gaming mouse.
Antec is prepared to make a splash with their mobile product line, appropriately titled Antec Mobile Products (a.m.p). At CES 2013, Justin from Antec showed us the SP1, a Bluetooth speaker, and Pulse, a Bluetooth headset. The best thing about each of the aforementioned products is they both come with a built in microphone, allowing you to seamlessly switch between music and a phone call. Although Antec hasn’t abandoned their core and enthusiast PC market. On display was Antec’s new GX700 case, a rugged military inspired design with space for 240mm radiator on top, and an 11.5 inch graphics card. Antec has also added a few new models to their True Quiet fan line, and a new power supply. Special thanks to Justin for showing us all of the products.
Mad Catz has some of the most comfortable and unique gaming products on the market. At CES they were showing many different mobile solutions whether they were for laptops or tablets. The R.A.T. M is the only mobile gaming mouse on the market that includes a gaming grade laser sensor. The F.R.E.Q. M is a matching headset that not only can be used on your laptop, but also something like a tablet or iPod. Mad Catz also showed us the M.O.U.S. 9, which is a non-gaming version of their R.A.T. 9 gaming mouse and a Bluetooth gaming controller that can be used in a many different devices.
Today Logitech announced the expansion of its Mac lineup with two new products: the Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac, iPad and iPhone and the Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac. Each product brings new dimensions to the way you navigate and control your favorite Apple products. The Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard features Logitech Easy-Switch technology – similar to the popular Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 – so you can easily go from typing an e-mail on your Mac to taking notes on your iPad to replying to a text on your iPhone, by simply pressing a button. In addition, the Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad gives you the full set of Mac OS multi-touch gestures on a smooth glass surface.