Portable and wireless speakers have gone from niche to mainstream lately; I’ve noticed a trend towards larger wireless Bluetooth-compatible speakers designed to be the audio foundation of a living room, home office, or bedroom, replacing last generation’s mini-bookshelf stereos, but taking a lot less space. Here are 5.
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Geneva Lab has just revealed their new Sound System XS, a portable/travel-sized speaker that looks like a retro clamshell alarm clock. This little guy is Bluetooth-compatible, so you’ll be able to send your tunes to it wirelessly.
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In our quest to find great looking iPod docks, we are always confronted at how some of them just look awful while other ones look really good. It’s hard to make a choice when there are so many on the market. Luckily, there are always a few great ones making their way into stores.
Are CD players still relevant? When was the last time that you actually used a real CD player, not the combo drive on your laptop? I can’t really remember, but it seems that these devices are still useful, just like old DVD players. A lot of people still have hundreds of CDs and these CDs can be easily played in a standalone CD player, like these ones. Of course, they belong to different markets. One of them is a standalone player that’s been on the market for years. The other one is Bang & Olufsen’s top of the line model.