Just when we thought WiFi was getting faster and faster a new technology has emerged called LiFi which uses LED light to transmit data. It is going to offer real-world speeds of 1Gbps, which is 100 times the speed of traditional WiFi.
I have reviewed quite a few different pairs of Bluetooth headphones over the years, but none of them would survive a workout or say playing a sport. For those who want to be active and still want to ability to listen to their music without wires Scosche brings us the SportclipAIR wireless earbuds. These wireless earbuds feature soft, shapeable hooks which are customizable to provide the ultimate fit to you ear’s contours. The wraparound cable design provides tangle-free comfort. These earbuds are also IPX4-rated which means after your workout you can rinse them off without having to worry about damaging them. Let’s take a look at these earbuds and see what they can do!
We know be quiet! for great power supplies and they are taking things to the next level with their Wireless Power Pro series. Yes you heard that right, a wireless power supply! We all know how annoying it is to route your cabled and keep the inside of your case clean. Well the Wireless Power Pro eliminates the wires!
The idea of powering a device without wires or a battery may have just taken a huge step forward. In an unprecedented advance in the field, Japanese Researchers working for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries funded by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry have successfully beamed electricity across a 1640 foot air gap.
Mad Catz has always delivered innovative and interesting products, but at CES 2015, Mad Catz has taken mobile controllers to an entirely new level. LYNX 9 is a Bluetooth controller at heart, but it can transform into a wireless keyboard, or even break apart to create an ultimate tablet controller.
D-Link is releasing a new family of Ultra series routers. The first to launch is AC3200 which shows off the family’s aggressive style in a red metallic paint, tri-band, multiple antennas, and a ton of power under the hood.
TP-LINK has just introduced the world’s smallest travel router in their 150 Mbps Wireless N Nano router (TL-WR702N). As you can guess this router is geared towards mobile users and hotel travelers. The TL-WR702N is ideally suited for travellers wanting to share their hotel room’s Internet with wireless devices, such as laptops, mobile phones, tablets or game consoles.
Those pesky Wi-Fi dead spots. I’m sure everyone has experienced those annoying times when you can’t just seem to get a solid Wi-Fi signal. Those times when you get a brief weak Wi-Fi signal and then disappears are the worst ones, they are so frustrating! Well today I’ve got something a little special to share with you today. I review the D-Link DHP-W310AV PowerLine AV+ Wireless N Mini Extender.
We always rely on wired connections for the fastest speeds available, but we are eventually going to be headed towards a wireless world. Samsung knows this and has announced a new development in the WiFi space which would allow users to send files, photos and anything else a record speeds!
LUXA2 has been releasing quality accessories at an accelerated pace. GroovyR is their latest Bluetooth speaker, but there’s a twist. Instead of being rectangular shaped like most Bluetooth speakers, GroovyR is a circle with a kick out stand that can hold your mobile phone, or allow GroovyR to be wall mounted. In addition to its unique appearance, it has a built-in microphone, 3.5mm input, and rechargeable battery. Let’s get dirty into the details.
Nov 27, 2015 0
Nov 27, 2015 0