Skullcandy Barricade XL Review
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.
Creative Releases Muvo 2 and 2c
Creative Technology Ltd is very proud to inform you that the Creative Muvo 2 Series of powerful high-performance Bluetooth speakers officially is now available! The compact Creative Muvo 2 and the even more compact palm-sized Muvo 2c are waterproof and dustproof (IP66 standards) – designed to
Creative SoundBlaster Roar 2 Review
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.
Creative iRoar Go - Smaller And SplashProof
Creative has been my favorite brand for bluetooth speakers ever since I bought the first Sound Blaster Roar. With a succesful history of premium audio products for a decent price, Creative kept enriching their Roar-line of bluetooth speakers.
KEF MUO Portable Speaker Review
You might remember the luxurious KEF Muon series released in 2008 which were personally designed by the industrial engineer Ross Lovegrove. Those big aluminium tower were only available in limited quantity and carried a price tag of... €160 000! Anyway, these speakers had a good reputation and were a legend in the audio industry. KEF showed us several pioneering audio products over the years.
Bose SoundLink Mini II Review
No one can say otherwise, the previous SoundLink Mini impressed us all with an enormous sound for its small size. Carrying a price tag around 200 Euro, it certainly wasn't the cheapest and loudest portable speaker, but its appearence and build quality made it a pretty attractive deal. Not forget to mention that there wasn't any other portable speaker this small with the same powerful sound.
Logitec X-300 bluetooth speaker review
The Logitech X-300 could be described as a “nice cosy speaker, which is totally worth its price”. For Logitech this is one of their first Bluetooth speakers, which costs between 60 and 75 euros. The fancy colourful design catches the eye immediately, it could be placed in horizontal or vertical position, which is a nice extra touch. It is light weighted, only 335 gram, so it can easily be used for travelling.