There’s been a growing shift of manufacturers introducing higher-quality audio in smaller, portable products. With the market practically saturated with smartphones and tablets, it’s any wonder why there are so many players in the game of compact wireless speakers.
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.
Welcome to the future, where you can purchase Bluetooth speakers based upon how well it matches your personality and/or outfit. What a time to be alive! Companies like Sony and Ecko are releasing more fun and fashionable speakers that are portable enough to go almost anywhere. – speakers are portable and adorable. The tiny palm-size more »
Looking for a bluetooth speaker that really does fit in your pocket? With good sound, easy pairing and good battery life? Look no further, the Ayra Bluetooth speaker might be the one you want.
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 »
While many parts of the U.S. is dealing with snow and storms, the term “winter” is used rather loosely here in California. I don’t know what to say, except that I can still venture outside dressed like it’s September or April. Maybe this is a reason why NYNE, a California-based designer of audio products, is 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.
Any company can go and create a speaker design that is stylishly modern and classy. Sure, sophistication is great, but at the same time it tends to be the “safe” choice. Sort of like how the color black goes with everything, but it can get pretty boring rather quickly.
Looking for a way to shake things up with your music? Creative, known for the Sound Blaster sound cards, has announced its latest product. The Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200 combines the power of a robust Sound Blaster with the portability of a wireless Bluetooth speaker.
This is the first in a new series of articles that provide primers for the average person about various emerging technologies.