This is not your run-of-the-mill portable plastic speaker. Not even close. It’s encased in bamboo and powered by a super-capacitor (which is tech-talk for a better battery; one that charges up the speakers in 5 minutes and then plays at full volume for 6 hours. It’s also designed for your own upgrades or repairs for all you tinkerers out there.
Drafting off of Sonos’ sweet little sound systems, Samsung’s new Shape M5 portable connects to your local network through a Shape hub via your router, and automatically fits into your existing system with an app that allows you to play tunes from your own library, plus Amazon, Pandora, Rhapsody, and other services.
At 2500 watts, this sound system might be overkill for your little apartment unless you want to get out of the lease, in which case it’ll be perfect. 15-inch subs deliver heart-pounding sound synced to a full-on lightshow matched to the beat of your music. The neighbors will definitely complain.
The Voyager is powerful and portable, two features that aren’t often found in one speaker. This new Bluetooth wi-fi sound system features full-range drivers and a subwoofer that thumps but it’s also got a detachable wireless speaker you can pop out and take with you.
There are soundwave graphs and loads of tech jargon we could burp up to explain how amazing this little bluetooth, NFC-equipped speaker is. But instead we’ll just leave you with the looks. It’s clean.
It’s omnidirectional. That means it shoots out music in every direction. And because it has 6 speakers and bluetooth it’ll rock the house from any wireless device or stream via DLNA or Apple Airplay. Looks badass too.
Designed by Elijah Wood in partnership with Bushmill’s Whiskey, these limited edition Grado Labs headphones are made using wood recycled from white oak Bushmill barrels. They also feature a brown leather headband and legendary Grado sound.
Asus just introduced the first earbuds to feature NFC technology. This means you can instantly auto sync these buds to any Bluetooth device and enjoy up to 6 hours of continuous music or phone calls.
Every day some random brand releases a new wireless speaker but when Bang & Olufsen does the unveil, they always bring something new. All three of their new Beolab speakers—the smaller, full-range 17; the 18, an update to the iconic Beolab 8000; & the 19, a dual-driver sub—feature better-than-CD quality sound: B&O’s higher resolution 24-bit as opposed to standard 16-bit sound.
You want to relive those righteous Burning Man moments. And until you return to the desert next fall, the Pulse Bluetooth speaker from JBL will hold you over. It kicks out 10-hours of high-quality sound plus it gives you a colorful LED lightshow that keeps time with your tunes.