Popular headphone brand Skullcandy has partnered with textile developer Realtree to add the latter’s Xtra matte camo pattern to its Crusher, Hesh, Uprock and Ink’d lines.
While roaming the halls of CES 2014, you couldn’t get very far without passing another booth showing off an assortment of Bluetooth speakers and/or headphones. Bright colors had been a recurring theme as well, with some products looking more like polished candy than pressed plastic.
Attention Parrotheads: MTX Audio is now the official audio company of Margaritaville. “This new partnership has created a musical concoction that helps Margaritaville fans and other audio enthusiasts escape to an island state of mind accompanied by the music they love,” says the press release. Sweet.
Not only was CES 2014 my very first, it was also the first time I’ve ever experienced Vegas outside of having a layover at the airport. I know, right? But even though I didn’t have the time (or money) to catch any Vegas shows, I still had a complete blast.
Not too long ago, Klipsch announced their new, top-end set of headphones. I originally intended to do a quick listen and move on. But the Status kept me pinned, listening to track after track for over 15 minutes. That’s a good chunk of time to me, standing in one spot.
LG unveiled its much-anticipated curved, flexible G Flex smartphone at CES 2014, saying it will be available in the U.S. during the first quarter from Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile. It also introduced its first wearable products.
On Monday, Monster Products took the stage for their CES 2014 press conference. In the typical Monster fashion, head monster Noel Lee took the stage as Rihanna’s “Monster” blared in the background. After a sentimental slideshow about Monster’s 35 years in the industry, Lee explained that Monster would be bringing back some vintage classics from Monster’s timeline, such as classic cables and connectors.
It’s getting close to that special day… here are three of the more compelling electronics deals Amazon is offering today. Just click the links to be taken directly to the product’s Amazon page.
When it comes to celebrity endorsements, Beats headphone brand long since crossed over from the rap world to sports, with the likes of LeBron James and Kevin Garnett already appearing in commercials for the company. When the pre-game show has those shots of a player getting off the team bus before game time, that guy more »
Every year around the holidays, I start to get an anxious feeling. My mind and body instinctively know deep down what’s coming shortly after New Year’s Day: another grueling trek to (and, shudder, within) Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
Ever get toasted with your friends late night and come up with a great (or at least intriguing) idea? “Wilfred” star Elijah Wood and his Wooden Wisdom DJ partner Zach Cowie did. And they came up with what we believe are the first headphones to be made of whiskey barrels.
Need a great, unique gift for that picky gamer? Razer might just have what you’re looking for.