Tag Archives: Bluetooth Speakers

Xiaomi Elvis Presley Bluetooth Speaker Looks Like A Gadget From Fallout

Not sure how we managed to miss this when it was named the Honoree recipient of the CES Innovation Awards 2017. Anywho, here it is, the Xiaomi Elvis Presley Atomic Player B612. Xiaomi Elvis Presley Atomic Player is a pocket-size Bluetooth speaker that’s a nod to the King of Rock with a design befitting the era of the King. My first impression was “wow”, followed by, “hey, this thing looks like it belongs to Fallout 76!” It really does. Continue reading Xiaomi Elvis Presley Bluetooth Speaker Looks Like A Gadget From Fallout

Soundesk Is A Classy Coffee Table That Is Also A 360-degree Bluetooth Speaker

If you need a Bluetooth speaker and if you need a coffee table, so why not get a coffee table that is also a Bluetooth speaker? At least, that’s what Hong Kong-based company, CoolGeek, thinks some consumers out there will need this unlikely 2-in-1 solution. The Soundesk, as it is cleverly called, is not the first furniture/speaker hybrid from CoolGeek; it is already selling one other, a Scandinavian-inspired side table with built-in Bluetooth speaker and wireless charger. Continue reading Soundesk Is A Classy Coffee Table That Is Also A 360-degree Bluetooth Speaker

Audioengine Goes Portable, Now Has A Portable Speaker

Little known audiophile speakers maker, Audioengine, has just announced that it is going portable, starting with this: Audioengine 512 Portable Speaker. Audioengine claims 512 is a portable speaker that boasts excellent sound, long-range wireless audio streaming, and an impressive battery life. It is fast and easy to setup, offers up to 100 feet (30 meters) of wireless range, packs a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 12 hours of battery life, and comes with auxiliary audio input to accommodate non-Bluetooth-enabled devices. Continue reading Audioengine Goes Portable, Now Has A Portable Speaker

GravaStar Is About As Conversational As A Bluetooth Speaker Can Get

If the mechanical spider Bluetooth speaker appeals to you, then I am pretty darn sure the Zoeao GravaStar Bluetooth Speaker will too. Looking like an alien invader, GravaStar is just about as conversational as a Bluetooth speaker can get. The reason cannot be more obvious. Just look at this little guy. With large big torso/head, three spider-like lower limbs, and glowing green hue, it’d look like the alien invader vehicle from War of the Worlds (2005, Paramount Pictures) if not for the lack of height. GravaStar is NOT just about looks; it has performance too. Continue reading GravaStar Is About As Conversational As A Bluetooth Speaker Can Get

Xiaomi Mijia Projector Looks Like A Mid-century Bookshelf Speaker

We have seen numerous projectors here, but damn, this new one from China electronics giant Xiaomi is one hell of a looker. The Xiaomi Mijia Projector Youth Edition, as it is called, looks like a mid-century bookshelf speaker. Yes, it does really look like a bookshelf speaker, but a little rounder on the edges. And the look there is no coincidence. The Xiaomi Mijia Projector Youth Edition is also a Bluetooth speaker that also supports WiFi audio streaming too. Continue reading Xiaomi Mijia Projector Looks Like A Mid-century Bookshelf Speaker

Someone DIY-ed A Freaking Cool Nixie Tube Clock Bluetooth Speaker

If you have been following this blog, you will know we have this thing for all-thing Nixie tube and so naturally, when we stumble upon this DIY Nixie Tube Clock/Bluetooth Stereo on Reddit, posted by Redditor u/the_gentlemanloser AKA Cole Bryson, we know we have to reach out to him for the juicy details. The thing about this beauty here is, not only the Nixie tubes are dope serving as the clock display, but a lot of the components used to create this electronic work of art were salvaged from Soviet-era military fighter aircraft called Yakovlev Yak-52. Continue reading Someone DIY-ed A Freaking Cool Nixie Tube Clock Bluetooth Speaker

Xiaomi Xiaoai Smart Speaker Is An Answer To Amazon Echo Show

Xiaomi has launched its very own display-equipped smart speaker called Xiaoai Smart Speaker, a gadget that we see as an answer to Amazon Echo line of products – in particular the Amazon Echo Show, which has been updated recently, and Echo Spot. It is also an answer to several devices in market, like the LG XBOOM AI ThinQ WK9 Smart Display and the JBL LINK View Voice. TBH, I am skeptical about the demand for such devices, even in China, but here it is anyways. Continue reading Xiaomi Xiaoai Smart Speaker Is An Answer To Amazon Echo Show

Ultimate Ears Now Lets You Customized The Look Of The BOOM 3 Bluetooth Speakers

You know how it is like. When a product becomes a norm, you kinda get a little too nonchalant about the product’s design. Like there is a sudden revelation that everything looks the same. Such is a problem that plagues Bluetooth speakers too. That said, how do an audio equipment maker stand out from the competitions? Well, for Logitech-owned Ultimate Ears, it is letting us, the consumers, dictates how the device looked by customizing the appearance. Continue reading Ultimate Ears Now Lets You Customized The Look Of The BOOM 3 Bluetooth Speakers

POW Audio Mo Will Turn Your Phone Into A Proper Bluetooth Speaker

If you ever dream of turning your smartphone into a boombox of sort, POW Audio Mo Expandable Speaker may just be right up your alley. Mo is Bluetooth speaker designed to adhere to the back of your phone magnetically and expands to allow for fuller sound. Now, expandable Bluetooth speaker isn’t new, neither is Bluetooth speaker that sticks to back of your device. We have seen at least one, but POW Audio stands out with its patented WaveBloom technology that, when expanded, create a passive radiator to support the speaker’s drivers with an air-filled chamber. Continue reading POW Audio Mo Will Turn Your Phone Into A Proper Bluetooth Speaker

Check Out This New Bluetooth Speaker From Berlin-based Teufel

Berlin-based speaker company Teufel is relatively unknown outside of Europe (and China), but it ain’t no small fry. Teufel humble beginning started in 1979 selling loudspeaker DIY kits and components out of a store in Berlin, and the store made its first online sale, via email, as far back as 1985 – when Mr. T was still a thing. From DIY speaker kits, Teufel branched into ready-made loudspeakers and the rest, as they say, is history. However, despite it having expanded into the international market since 2011, Teufel is relatively unheard of in Asia and North America. Continue reading Check Out This New Bluetooth Speaker From Berlin-based Teufel