This wireless bluetooth receiver lets you play music from your Android smartphone over your home stereo or speaker system. Built in NFC allows you to pair your mobile device to the receiver by simply tapping it on the base unit. This system also works with all iOS devices but sorry, no tap & play pairing for you.
So, you want to clean up your home entertainment system? How about a single unit that contains Airplay, Bluetooth, FM, DAB/DAB+, DMB, HDMI, Speakers, & Amplifier, all-in-one? The Geneva XXL does it all while disguised as a piece of modern furniture.
Put your phone down. Plug in & play games on any TV anywhere you go with the portable Game Stick console. This little USB device lets you bring your games to the big screen with a wireless bluetooth controller and a rapidly expanding library of games.
It’s all about function. The Smart Share feature lets you share content from your devices like your phone or tablet with your TV, the On Now function discovers VoD content that is “trending” so you don’t have to think about what you want to watch or hunt for it, and with CPUs that are 120% faster than before, the entire line of new LG Smart TVs is smarter.
This wireless speaker system includes a trio of speakers that share a single charging base yet allow you the freedom to pick one up and take it to any room in your home. Even take them outside. The 120-foot wireless range makes it easy to bring your soundtrack all over the place.
The only foreseeable problem with this waterproof, key-shaped compact USB drive—which comes in 8, 16, & 32GB capacity—is the fact that you’ll want to put it on your key chain. Which means that chances are pretty good you’ll be searching in the couch cushions for important documents at some point.
Designed and built in France, upstart audio brand Aëdle makes headphones using only the highest quality materials. The launch of the VK-1 Valkyrie is their debut product and it’s offered in two versions. One is an all-aluminum construction featuring handsewn lambskin leather trims; the other is a blacked-out carbon style.
Ski & snowboard helmets with built-in speakers are nothing new but Sweden’s POC brand stepped it up by partnering with Beats by Dre on the sound. They also included a microphone for taking calls and put controls on the cord for volume, switching songs, etc. Available January 2013.
If “goofy” and “novelty” aren’t qualities you’re looking for in a USB drive, this smooth, sleek, Macbook-matching drive should be right up your alley. Available in 16 and 32GB capacities, it’s designed for pure function.
The “hand-feel” of physical buttons can make all the difference on a gaming device. That’s why Archos gave their new Android ‘Jelly Bean’-powered GamePad actual buttons for the real deal feel. With a 7-inch screen, 1080p visuals, & Wi-fi plus access to Google Play & Google Apps, it also works great as a tablet for web, email, apps, etc. Coming to North America early 2013.