Harman International this week announced the arrival of the The JBL OnBeat Air. The music player and docking station features Apple’s Airplay wireless technology, allowing users to stream music from an iTunes collection or Internet radio station.
I have just about had it with built-in laptop speakers so I jumped at the chance to try Scosche's boomCAN portable media speakers.
Polk Audio has introduced four headphone models in a new line it is aiming at the sports and fitness markets.
Whenever I get headphones that claim superior bass performance, I immediately subject them to the Elvis Costello “Pump it Up” test.
The iHome iDM69 iPad cover is actually a portable speaker.
Monster this month will begin releasing a variety of headphones, a new speaker line and an energy saving power conditioner, all aimed at a variety of demographics.
The JBL OnBeat is a great dock for the iPod, iPhone or iPad, with the style and the high performance audio you would expect from JBL.
Samsung Electronics America presented a broad swath of home entertainment, mobility, computing and digital imaging products at a New York showing Wednesday that its president, Tim Baxter, said dovetails with the company’s commitment to executing its “Nth-Screen” strategy – an all-encompassing game plan emphasizing seamless connectivity and interoperability among devices.
E-Gear and Head Trip are giving away 10 pairs of headphones next week! All you have to do to enter is help spread the word by following E-Gear and Head Trip on Twitter or Facebook, and sharing our message.
LG Electronics rolled in the New Year at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show with a bevy of connected and 3D TVs and mobile phone products and technologies – and its first-ever home appliance intros at a CES.
LG Electronics took the wraps off a 55-inch flat-panel model – one SKU from what will be two new Full LED lines of 3D-capable LCD LED TVs carrying the company’s proprietary NANO picture- and brightness-enhancing technology. The sets are to debut officially at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show and screen sizes will range from 47 to 60 inches.
Maxell will use its 3,000-square-foot booth at the 2011 CES to showcase full-line ranges in its home entertainment and computer storage/peripherals lines.