Sony has unveiled a new set of headphones that are called the MDR-AS600BT Splash-proof Bluetooth NFC in-Ear Headphones. The headphones are offered in several colors including white, black, orange, and blue. The blue set looks more like teal to me.
CES 2015 is about to close but that doesn't mean we'd stop featuring great products we've seen at the tech event. Days after the show formally closes, we'd still be reporting and showing you what we've seen or held. One of the hundreds of products shown off this week is the BRAVEN BRV-PRO Bluetooth speaker that impresses with its rugged design. This seems ideal for those who like to stay outdoors but can't live without listening to music. The tank-like design adds to the rough and ready feel you'd want to bring this everywhere you go.
If you are like most, you have all of your music stored in or streaming from your smartphone or tablet. That means the only way you can listen to your tunes is through headphones or with the subpar external speakers that come equipped with most devices. In some situations, like when a party breaks out, those options just won’t cut it. For times when you need to listen to your music loud and proud, you should have the Panorama Bluetooth Speaker at your disposal.
If you're a fan of Altec Lansing's Life Jacket, a portable Bluetooth speaker released last year, then you'll be happy with their latest announcement. They've announced a new and even better all-weather indoor/outdoor speakers called BoomJacket. It brings you the same durability features but with better sound experience, and even longer continuous playback battery life.
We all know that if you work from a tablet and need to do some serious typing, on screen keyboards don’t quite cut it. A lot of tablet users prefer Bluetooth keyboards that can be connected to the tablet like a case. Rumors have been swirling about the Dell Venue 10 tablet for a while and a new keyboard has crossed the FCC that appears to be for that tablet.
In today’s modern age of mobile technology, with thousands of Android devices on the market and most of the world having super powered devices in their pockets, it’s fun to think back on simpler times. Before gaming became mobile, before it became 3D even, when you couldn’t wait to get home from school every day to sit in front of your box-behemoth of a TV and play your beloved NES. Those were the days, eh?
Even with the advent of NFC technology, Bluetooth remains the go to wireless solution for quick and shorter range connectivity. And now that the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has ratified version 4.2 of the standard, it is poised to become prevalent even more, especially in the so called Internet of Things era. While Bluetooth 4.0 was most famous for bringing Low Energy to the table, 4.2 will perhaps be known for addressing privacy and security issues and answering the need for speed.
Bluetooth-connected headphones are a dime a dozen lately, but there are only a few that can claim they're for all purposes and for all kinds of lifestyles and activities. A Kickstarter project does just that with the Chips Hi-Fi All-in-One Headphones that doesn't skimp on audio quality, style or comfort.
None of us really likes having to mess with cables when it comes time to charge your gadgets like a smartwatch or mobile phones. This is why there are several wireless charging options on the market today and one of those is Qi. A new product has been announced by Quirky that offers a wireless charging plate for Qi enabled devices that does more than just charge.
Aside from the sound quality and the design, what else do you want from speakers that can be connected to your mobile devices? Probably two of the top answers would be portability and battery life. A crowd-funded portable Bluetooth speaker is trying to be the answer to your mobile needs. The Hydrogen speaker may not have the longest battery life among its competitors right now, but it may be the only one that can recharge itself quicker than you can heat up your pasta in your microwave.