The last thing a pool or beach party wants is a speaker with a conked out battery. But with WOW-SOUND Portable Outdoor Speaker System, battery would be the least of your concern. Why? Because this UFO-shaped rugged outdoor speaker has the craziest battery life we have see thus far: over 50 hours per charge (!) and it does so with a compact form (6.89 by 7.56 inches, or 17.5 x 19.5 cm) that still packs a quad of 2-inch neodymium active drivers and a 4-inch passive radiator to deliver 50 watts of omnidirectional sound, and it has a 360-degree three-setting LED lights to boot, because WOW-SOUND is all about outdoors and active lifestyle. Continue reading WOW-SOUND: Waterproof And An Astounding 50 Hours of Battery Life
Look. We are not going to beat around the bush here. Urbanears has announced the company’s first connected speakers last week and it is looking pretty rad. The first two speakers to join the connected speakers lineup are Baggen and Stammen, and like many accomplished speakers we have seen so far, it has a bunch of connectivity, including WiFi, Bluetooth, auxiliary input, and has Chromecast built-in and support both AirPlay and Spotify Connect. So, as far as connectivity is concern, you are pretty much open to a myriad of sources and if that’s not enough, features and connection possibilities may further expand in future via over-the-air updates. So yeah, it is a pretty advanced connected speaker system and all for a starting price of $349. Continue reading Urbanears’ First Speakers Is Multiroom And Is Heavy On Style And Altitude
In today’s strangest thing we have heard all day even before the day gets in the way is this gadget called Hushme. Hushme, as the name pretty much implies, is a device that you wear around your mouth (yes, mouth!) like a surgical mask and in doing so, it supposed to stop your chatter on mobile phone hush, hush. Get it? Yeah, that’s pretty much the gist of its main purpose. Continue reading This Muzzle Will Prevent Your Yakking From Annoying Your Coworkers
You know how is it with the Amazon Echo. It is a handy personal assistant and an awesome intermediary between you and IoT, but the thing is, it has to stay plugged to the wall outlet. You could cut it from the wall outlet with this handy accessory, or you could get yourself an Amazon Tap, which is essentially the portable version of the Echo. However, it lacks the support of voice command. Tap, as the product explicitly points out, requires you to press a button to communicate with Alexa. So, at this point, it seems like everything’s fine. Continue reading Amazon Tap’s New OTA Update Makes Buying Echo Looks Kind Of Silly
What? Your garage is already filled with exotic rides from Lamborghini? But I am sure you have room for one more inside the house, right? Well, maybe not the entire car, but perhaps a sound system that’s pretty much look like the car itself. Meet the EsaVox Lamborghini Bluetooth Speaker from the same Italian folks, iXOOST, who brought to you the exhaust sound docks. And make no mistake. EsaVox is not inspired by the raging bull marque; it is a Lamborghini by itself and ‘tuned’ like one too with features like monocoque chassis, exhaust system with variable aperture to control pressure of the subwoofer, and even passive shock absorber (yes, it has that too!) that aids in dampening the vibrations generated by the pounding sound. True to an actual suspension set up, the audio system’s tapered supports is also adjustable in height too. Continue reading iXOOST’s Lamborghini Speaker Is Built Like The Actual Car With Real Tailpipes!
Singapore-based Creative Technology has brought both audio and visual treat to gamers in the U.S. with the new Creative Sound BlasterX Katana Under-Monitor Audio System. These “Katana” won’t cut like the feudal Japan weapon of choice of samurais, but it will offer gamers with widescreen or multi-screen setup with state-of-the-art audio, along with visual treat, courtesy of a programmable 16.8 million color Aurora Reactive Lighting System. Continue reading This is Sound BlasterX Katana, Creative’s 24-bit, 150W Audio System
Remember Richard Clarkson’s Cloud Lamp from a few years ago? Also remember the ‘real’ Mattel hoverboard by Crealev? Well, the brilliant minds of the aforementioned individual and outfit have come together to create a “mid-size” floating cloud that not only hovers indoor, but also able to playback your favorite tunes and lights up, or should I say, lightning up, at the same time. The collaboration, called Making Weather, marries Richard Clarkson’s Cloud Lamp with Crealev’s innovative levitation technology to enable this shrunk down artificial cloud to hover (or float) around an inch or two off an oval mirrored base. Continue reading This Floating Cloud Wireless Speaker Has No Thunder, Only Sweet Tunes
You know Bluetooth speakers? Of course you do and I am sure you also know that those so-called stereo Bluetooth speakers ain’t really stereo because the ‘stereo’ is, in fact, packed into one unit. Now, that’s not exactly stereo, is it? For the sake of portability, it looks that will be the closest solution you can get (to actual stereo, stereo) but not if DUOECHO can help it. The ingenious thing about DUOECHO is, it appears to be a sleek, single unit, but it is actually two speakers that are magnetically adhered to each other for easy of storage and transport. Continue reading Super Sleek DUOECHO Is One Unit But Two Bluetooth Stereo Speakers
You need beautiful audio to free your mind from the day’s work and you need a little warm light when the sun sets, so why not have a gadget that does both and as a boon, look fantastic? The UMA Sound Lantern Portable Speaker and Lamp from Desu Design is one such two-in-one gadget that offers 360-degree high-fidelity surround sound and a state-of-the-art warm dim LED technology light. The result is a portable lamp that adds light to darkness while pushing out your favorite tunes, wirelessly streamed from your Bluetooth-enabled device. Continue reading UMA Sound Lantern: When HiFi Audio Meets Ermmm… A Lantern?
Music is an art, but the device that lets you enjoy hardly is, but with the Basswall 200-watt Bluetooth Speaker in a Painting, music enjoyment could be art because you could, for the first time, listen to art and admire a painting, which is also an art itself. Confused? Don’t be. Basswall is a Bluetooth speaker system, but instead the plain old music player design, it masquerade itself as a painting where the painting could be anything you desire. From the front, Basswall looks just like any other wall art, but behind it, it is packed with a pair of 19mm titanium dome tweeters, two 70mm coated cellulose mid-range drivers, a dual subwoofer array and tuned reflex bass port, and rounding up with a Class D amplifier to produce 200 watt of audio nirvana. Continue reading Speaker System Becomes The Art With This Bluetooth Speaker In A Painting