RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ – JANUARY 2, 2018 – At CES 2018, Samsung Electronics will expand the connectivity and performance capabilities of its signature curved display line-up with the debut of its new CJ791 monitor, the first curved monitor to feature Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Designed for entertainment and business audiences, the 34-inch CJ791 model aligns single-source power and processing speed with an exceptional picture quality for a comfortable and productive user experience.
Alexa is great, and is the best Voice Assistant available in the market right now. It also is the most prevalent. But Alexa’s range has been limited since it’s only lived in a few tinny speakers thus far. No longer. Harman Kardon has come along and made Alexa sound awesome, with the Allure.
Under Armour is known throughout the world for making the best sports clothing and accessories. For the last couple of years they have partnered with JBL to make UA branded sports headphones. Their latest model, the UA Sport Wireless Flex is the culmination of these earlier efforts into a sleek feature-rich product. Just in time to run off the holiday weight…
Although TV manufacturers have simultaneously decided to ditch and embrace sound performance on their modern screens, at the end of the day there just is no replacement for a dedicated soundbar with or without a subwoofer.
And despite the fact that the TV manufacturers make soundbars themselves, the best ones are still made by dedicated audio companies. One such company is JBL, and they have really nailed what a soundbar should be with their new, simply monikered Bar Series.
There are 4 distinct flavors: Bar Studio, Bar 2.1, Bar 3.1, and the transforming Bar 5.1.
There is a new type of speaker out on the market, one that fits around your neck that you wear like a collar. It’s an interesting experience and both Bose and JBL are banking on it taking off so each have introduced their iteration of one. But is one companies better than the others? The Bose SoundWear Companion Vs. JBL SoundGear Review!
Adding to their lineup of DIY wireless home electronic systems, Nest has just announced their first security system aptly named, Nest Secure. It hosts a number of smart technologies, all packaged in the beautiful way Nest does it. So what can Nest Secure do?
Have you ever seen a product and though to yourself, “Boy, we’ve hit peak consumerism.” Or thought, “Why didn’t they do that sooner?” Samsung has announced a Limited Edition of their POWERbot Robot Vacuums with Star Wars Darth Vader and Stormtrooper faces…and I think both statements have never been truer.
For the 10 year anniversary of the original Kindle, Amazon has announced an update to its 2016 Kindle Oasis with a new 7″ waterproof version. Also included in the update is the ability to listen to Audiobooks as well. It’s a major overhaul, lets explore.
Today Bose announced their first True Wireless headphone product, which they are calling the Bose SoundSport Free Wireless Headphones. If you haven’t figured it out by the name, they have decided to go after the athletic user by offering water resistant in-ear buds with retention. But does the $250 price tag mean you’re getting your moneys worth, or are you paying extra for the Bose name?
NEW YORK – October 4, 2017 – Sonos today unveiled Sonos One, an all-new, voice-controlled smart speaker capable of supporting multiple voice services and playing music, podcasts, audiobooks, and other sonic content from more than 80 streaming services. With surprisingly rich sound and thoughtful design that fades into the background, Sonos One is priced at $199 USD and will be available globally on Oct. 24.