How could we be so blur??? Remember the purported Xiaomi’s so-called Elvis Presley Atomic Player B612? As it turns out, that isn’t a Xiaomi’s product. It was a product of long-time audio equipment maker Muzen Audio.
If you are the grill master of the house who also want control over the music while you are grilling, then GrillTunes is the perfect grilling gadget for you. GrillTunes is a grilling spatula armed with an integrated music remote control.
Amazon Echo is not the only Amazon hardware that has gotten an upgrade. The rest of the Echo family, namely, Amazon Echo Dot, Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition, and Echo Show, has also been updated.
Another year, another Amazon Echo, but this year, the Echo is completely redesigned. The 4th Generation Echo now comes as a spherical speaker that promised better audio performance, delivered through a 3.0-inch woofer, dual-firing tweeters, and Dolby processing technology.
Almost anyone can buy a good-sounding and visually striking Bluetooth speaker, but not everyone has the knack to build one. If you ever harbor the desire to build your own, well then, Taiwanese audio equipment maker, Celia & Perah, will let you do just that with Celia & Perah R3/R4 Bluetooth Speaker.
What you see here is a wearable Bumblebee helmet from Killerbody. Killerbody is most notable for making shell or body for RC car, but since few years ago, they have also been recognized as a licensed costume/toy maker for franchise like Marvel’s Iron Man and more recently, Transformers.
You are well aware of the plastic trash problem the world’s facing. Instead just reading about it, or more commendably, swim out into the open water to collect the trash yourself, you can pick up these new gadgets, namely, HomeBase, Solar Boombox, and Powerbank, from Solgaard Design.
It has been 4 years since Bang & Olufsen introduced its first ultra compact Bluetooth speaker, A1. For the longest time, we thought there’s not going to have a follow up, but here it is, the new Beosound A1 2nd Gen.
When we stumbled upon a news on some giant AirPods thingy, it piqued our interest and we knew we have dig deeper. Apparently, it was bought from Amazon, but we found none on it. At least not on Amazon US anyways.
What you see here is NOT a lantern, but given it has LED lights that sync to the music it is playing, you probably could use it to light your path. It is a Bluetooth speaker from Japanese brand Balmuda, called The Speaker.