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.
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.
If you haven’t been feeling inundated by the selection of emerging audio products, just give it a week or so. Some exciting stuff is going to be shown at CES 2014. One exhibitor, Soundfreaq, a manufacturer of wireless speakers, will be unveiling a number of new products at CES 2014 / CES Unveiled. The Pocket more »
If you don’t believe that the market for speakers and personal audio equipment is already saturated, just wait until 2014. There’s going to be more competition galore. Even now, there are so many choices across the brackets of price and size that a bit of hunting can find the ideal speaker for that unique person more »
LG is best known for TVs, smartphones and appliances, but at CES, the manufacturer will also emphasize its new audio lineup.
While most products are fantastic on their own, the creative strive toward improvement and/or perfection leads to some interesting results. Some work, other’s don’t, but most are pretty darn unique.
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.
This is the first in a new series of articles that provide primers for the average person about various emerging technologies.
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.
Everyone loves a good comeback story, especially if the protagonist is worthy of adoration. Sort of like the Christopher Nolan reboot of the Batman movie franchise. Or Mickey Rourke’s excellent return to acting in The Wrestler and Iron Man 2. Yeah, that’s right, comics!
With the vast (and ever-growing) sea of audio products available, it becomes harder and harder to get noticed. It takes the right combination of elements to get that attention and then deliver with quality that people will love and keep.
Wireless speakers have recently been making a bit of a turnaround in terms of design vs. quality. The ultra-portable fist-size type are being eclipsed by bigger and more robust versions. People are looking for better sound quality in a design that they can still bring anywhere.