Edifier’s Tick Tock Bluetooth Alarm Clock/Speaker

by Mark R

Considering that most of us are using our mobile devices for alarm clocks, Edifier decided to maximize the alarm clock feature with their Tick Tock series. We have discussed the Tick Tock series before, and I got a chance to try out the Tick Tock Bluetooth. Yes, it looks like an old-fashioned alarm clock, and yes, it has those two bell shaped things on top, but they don’t ring. No, …

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Logitech Mini Boombox: Big noise, small size

by Mark R

I just finished reviewing Logitech’s Wireless Boombox for the iPad, and I am grateful that the company was also willing to send me the Mini Boombox that was recently unveiled. The company says that the Mini Boombox can “unchain your music”, and I will have to agree. It is quite easy to pair with a smartphone, and I was listening to my music without headphones in seconds. The sound from …

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SPAR Zephyr 300 Bluetooth Speaker

by Mark R

This tiny black box is the SPAR Zephyr 300 Bluetooth speakerphone, and it is designed to be a wireless speaker that is about the size (but not thickness of) a smartphone. So if you are looking for a way to take the music off a Bluetooth compatible device and make it more…public, then this is one way. Just put a thick rectangle in both pockets. Yes, Bluetooth speakers are a …

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Earloomz has Star Trek Bluetooth Headsets

by Mark R

Whenever I write about a product related to a popular science-fiction franchise, I usually have a long list of jokes or puns that I can use. For example, I could say “Live Long and Prosper” with this Star Trek Bluetooth headset, but that is actually the name of the model that you see here. I will go with the next choice as it is “logical” (think Mr. Spock) that someone …

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Sound ID SIX Bluetooth Headset

by Mark R

With the advent of the iPhone 4S Siri, there are probably going to be more people talking to their phone than ever before. You might as well get yourself a good Bluetooth headset like the Sound ID SIX. The SIX seems to take a cue from the Jawbone with its clear carbon design. The one button to activate the Voice Menu is located on the top, and it allows the …

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Logitech Wireless Boombox for the iPad

by Mark R

Logitech seems to be doing a lot of wonders with wireless technology, like the Wireless Headset that I reviewed a few weeks ago. Now they have the Wireless Boombox, which I also got a chance to try out. There are some portable speakers that produce some real kickin’ sound that can really rock a room. The actual specs are two 3 inch laser-tuned neodymium drivers for a rich mid range, …

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Verbatim’s Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard for iDevices

by Mark R

This Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard from Verbatim is a lot like the one from Kensington that I reviewed the other day. This one is made specifically for iDevices running iOS 4.0 or higher, and it is a heck of a lot more compact. The whole thing folds up to a size that is a little bigger than the palm of your hand, and it has this iPhone Stand that can …

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BlueAnt’s Q2 Bluetooth Headset

by Mark R

BlueAnt has made a very big boast, as they claim that the Q2 is “the best sounding Bluetooth headset ever built”. I don’t know if it is safe to say that, but the Q2 does have some great things going for it. The Q2 has some really high quality speakers that were precision tuned and tested in a professional sound studio with other advanced equalization technology thrown in. It also …

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