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.
Ever get that feeling of déjà vu? Oh dang - wait, that's the quote by Tracer from Overwatch. Anyway, there has been some fixation towards customizable sound signature on the fly these days. The concept isn't software-based or magic either, it's pure engineering brilliance. This is the MasterPulse Bass FX earphones.
Earlier this year, we reviewed the SonicGear Titan 7 BTMI. This new variant is an updated version - hence the appendage of the word "Pro" at the end. Hence, we're here today to take a look at the brand new SonicGear Titan 7 BTMI Pro.
Edifier has been on a roll these few months as they're releasing audio products that are catered towards what the market wants - wireless audio. Not only that, Edifier is also bringing premium features more accessible. In the case of the new Edifier W860NB, they brought ANC - or active noise canceling - to this W860NB that is priced at an arguably affordable RM499 price tag.
There aren't many simple solutions if not none to convert speakers into wireless streaming devices. These devices are targeting an extremely niche market - those who want to stream music to their existing speaker. Logitech heard what we want, and we now have the Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter in the house to do just that job.