Previous week, we reviewed one of Skullcandy's bluetooth speakers, characterized by their very delinearized yet balanced deep sound signature. The crusher headphones takes it even a little further with their headline "Bass you can feel".
As work gets more hectic and days get busier, portability becomes the need of the hour. Functionality and portability go hand in hand. The product in question for this review is the Kingston MobileLite Wireless G3. The MobieLite Wireless G3 by Kingston seeks to serve multiple functions while on the go.
Skullcandy has been a lifestyle brand with a focus on modernizing audio products for a long time now. In stores, I mostly saw their huge range of earbuds, headphones, ... A big part of them were meant for low budget consumers. Since some time ago I realized at IFA 2016 that Skullcandy actually has some great higher end products.
Having a good PC setup is nice, but without a decent sound system to back your gaming experience, an essesntial key for the gameplay is missing. If you have a nice desktop/laptop, but crappy speakers; you won’t have the game/view experience you were hoping for. Creative's kratos S3 is especially made to enhance this experience.
In pursuit of bigger and balder sound, a most prominent desire for a great deal of audiophiles and youth is the requirement of audio to stay portable and reliable on battery life as well. This way they're able to perceive great audio, even when they're on the go. Creative has had this picture in mind for a long time now and came up with the perfect balance between portability and major audio performance.
Samsung is well known for their monitors, their phones, their tablets, overall actually well known for their technology. Earlier this year ( may 2016) they released a new set of screens including the CF591 curved full HD 27 inch PC monitor. It is designed for business or home use.
The MSI Radeon RX 470 Gaming X has 4GB of DDR5 Memory. The RX 470 is currently available in two variants, 4GB DDR5 Memory and 8GB DDR5 Memory, with the 4GB variant being the most popular given its price to performance ratio. The MSI RX 470 Gaming X has been marketed as a sub $200 GPU.
Trust is a Dutch company that makes hardware accessories for electronic devises since 1983. Their philosophy is making hardware accessible for everyone and to be present in every asset of hardware accessories. This goal is recognized by one of their main mottos : you name it, we got it.
Creative sent us two of their top tier SoundBlaster products including a Bluetooth speaker as well as a gaming headset. Today we’re reviewing the first product in line, the sound blaster roar 2. To be honest, I’ve been a huge fan of these Bluetooth speakers since I bought the first Roar edition 2 years ago.