Tagged: Bluetooth

Multitasking at it’s Best – Logitech MX Master 2S Mouse Review

It’s time to get productive! As an avid user of Logitech’s Performance MX mice whenever I am at the office, I thought it was about time to see the latest and greatest that Logitech had to offer in terms of productivity mice. The Logitech MX Master 2S is a wireless multifunction mouse for the power multitasker of today. It comes in the colors Graphite, Light Grey, and Midnight Teal, and runs for a straightforward price...

CES 2018 – Audio-Technica Wireless QuietPoint Noise-Cancelling Headphones

At CES 2018, Audio-Technica unveiled a new wireless and active noise-canceling (ANC) headphone in the form of the ATH-ANC700BT QuietPoint. The Bluetooth-ready ATH-ANC700BT QuietPoint headphones utilize Audio-Technica’s newest and latest ANC technology as well as touch controls on the ear cups. Let’s take a peek at one of Audio-Technica’s latest Bluetooth products coming this March for $199. Technical Specs from the ATH-ANC700BT QuietPoint product page Type Active noise-cancelling Driver Diameter 40 mm Frequency Response 5...

BackBeat Fit 300 Series Headset Review

Plantronics is helping you keep fit this holiday season with the releases of two new active audio products. The Plantronics BackBeat Fit 300 Series is the wireless in-ear version of the two, reimagining the general design of the Plantronics Backbeat Fit. The Plantronics BackBeat Fit 500 Series is the on-ear solution for the fitness enthusiast that prefers an over-the-head headset in lieu of earbuds. Here, we take the BackBeat Fit 300 Series (BackBeat FIT 305)for...

Bullfrog Jump Bluetooth Speaker by Kicker

The Bullfrog Jump outdoor speaker is easily the most badass speaker I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing.  Now, I’ve seen dozens; nah, hundreds of Bluetooth speakers in my day and the Bullfrog Jump simply takes the cake as the best outdoor speaker to date.  Let’s get into the details, shall we?

A New Hold on Mobile Gaming: Phonejoy Controller Review

Since we first saw Gametel back at CES in 2012, many many companies have played their hands in the saturated market of mobile gaming solutions. NVIDIA launched the NVIDIA Shield – an all-in-one Android gaming device that doubles as a remote PC game streaming solution. Yet more affordable solutions like the MOGA made a big splash in the controllers-that-clamp-your-phone department. Big name gaming peripherals makers also followed suit as they threw their contenders into the...

Gametel Enhances Mobile Gaming

After seeing Fructel’s Gametel at CES 2012, I was eager to see the device in action personally. See my preview coverage of Gametel here. Repeating from my previous article, the device is compatible with Android devices running Android 2.1.1 Éclair or later, Apple iPads running iOS 3.2 or and iPhones supporting iOS 4.0 or later. Once the device is paired with a phone or tablet, it automatically connects once powered on. It is compact, supports...

Gametel makes your phone a true “hand-held”

Fructel showcased their bluetooth controller geared specifically for smartphones and tablets. The device is compatible with Android devices running Android 2.1.1 Éclair or later, Apple iPads running iOS 3.2 or later and iPhones supporting iOS 4.0 or later. Once the device is paired with a phone or tablet, it automatically connects once powered on. It has the traditional Super Nintendo 6-button gamepad layout (D-pad with 6 front facing buttons, 2 of them being your start...