At this point of time, I'm pretty sure most of you have already seen the ZenFone 2 (which we also reviewed here) - and we're not done with it.. When we opened the package, we saw one special thing that was included - the earphones. That pair of earphones is the closest to the unreleased ZenEar, which currently can only be acquired through bundling of the ZE551ML version with 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage.
Most of the time, I won't even report about anything regarding the Apple ecosystem unless it's full of crap. This time around, it's a total first world problem. Remember those brand new Apple AirPods that was announced alongside the Apple iPhone 7/Plus a few months ago? Yeah, that pair of wireless earphones that they shoved down all users of the jackless iPhone 7/Plus.
I'm not gonna lie - the first feedback I got was that it looks like a negligible piece of plastic headphones trying to look nice. It even advertises itself as a pair of "deep bass headphones" too. But that's where everything else caught me by surprise. How surprising? Check out our review of the SonicGear Studio 2 to know it all!
I can say it with confidence - 2016 was the year of RGB uprising. We've been seeing an insane amount of RGB peripherals, LED strips, and even being implemented to motherboards, GPUs, and whatnot. I thought RGB multimedia speakers were never going to be a thing, but here we are - the SonicGear Titan 7 BTMI is a speaker with multicolor.
Jabra Malaysia just announced their brand new brand new line of wireless earphones - the Jabra Halo. Within the Halo product line, Jabra is starting with two products - the Halo Smart, Halo Free, and Halo Fusion.
We've been seeing a lot of wireless earphones over the months here at Nasi Lemak Tech. Ever since the release of the Apple Airpods and the removal of 3.5mm audio jack, the makers of earphones and headphones knew that wireless is the future. Edifier knew that, and created the new W288BT. It's a wireless earphone that's really affordable - but is it any good?
Amrmaggeddon, as you all should know, is a brand that makes a bunch of gaming peripherals on the cheap - and by that I mean that it's a no-frills type of products. This time, they sent me the Fuze 3C for review, which I think is not bad at all! Let's check it out!
I've always wanted to get myself a proper microphone. Previously, I bought a lavalier microphone but it didn't work the way I wanted it to. I ended up selling that and opted for a condenser microphone setup instead. This is what I got, and how I made everything work out.