Samsung is showing off their audio chops with three new premium headphones and a Bluetooth speaker. The Level series by Samsung includes the Level Box (Bluetooth speaker), the Level In (in-ear headphones), the Level On (on-ear wired headphones), and the Level Over (over-ear wired/wireless headphones). The $350 Level Over packs in a lot of headphone tech, including Bluetooth audio with Apt-X support, NFC, and active noise cancellation. I’ve been testing the Level Over for several weeks and have enjoyed its wireless convenience and sound quality.
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When it comes to grilling up the perfect steak, or ensuring chicken doesn’t dry out, there’s no better way to do that then to use a meat thermometer. That’s common knowledge and easy enough, right? Well, for those of us who want to incorporate technology into nearly every aspect of our lives, what better way to do so than with a Bluetooth thermometer? And thus, I take a look at the iGrilmini by iDevices.
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The BlueAnt Q2 was a very good Bluetooth headset and I really liked it when I reviewed it a couple of years ago. BlueAnt is back now with the Q2’s successor, the Q3. We’ll take a look at the new flagship headset from BlueAnt and check out what improvements BlueAnt has made.
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Jabra makes a wide variety of Bluetooth devices, including your typical Bluetooth headset for mobile phones. They also make some unique devices that break free from the same old designs. The Stone 2, Sport Series headsets, Clipper, Halo 2 and the new Solemate BT speaker are all devices that show that Jabra isn’t just a leader in Bluetooth technology, but in design as well. The Jabra Supreme UC Bluetooth headset is a new type of BT device that can be used with mobile phones as well as PCs. For those that rely heavily on both cellular and Internet calls, The Supreme UC has a very appealing set of features.
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As a writer I use a keyboard all day long, be it a Bluetooth connected keyboard with my iPad, or Apple’s wireless keyboard. It’s a crucial piece of my workflow.
After reviewing the Kensington KeyFolio Expert Keyboard for the iPad, I fell in love with the workflow it enabled. Then I reviewed the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover and fell in love with it again. But, one downfall I later realized of the Logitech keyboard (and Kensington, for that matter) was the lack of backlit keys. Enter the ZAGGkeys PROPlus. It’s a Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad 2, 3 or 4; complete with a full-sized backlit keyboard. Here’s how it stacks up.
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The Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile speaker II is an update to what was already a popular Bluetooth speaker. I spent quite a few hours listening to the SoundLink II and was pleasantly surprised with the overall package, including its sound quality.
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There’s much debate across the Internet when it comes to the iPad being a content creation device. One of the biggest hurdles that will need to be overcome for it to be considered a content created device is the lack of a physical keyboard. I recently started leaving my MacBook Air home when traveling, taking only my iPad, I often times found myself missing a physical keyboard. Recently, I was able to get my hands on the Kensington KeyFolio Expert (henceforth will be referred to as simply, KeyFolio). Read on for our full review.
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