It's been a while since we last looked at a headphone. The Edifier G2 Engage arrived at our labs and I have to wonder - Edifier actually has a gaming lineup of audio products? Let's have a look at it.
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.
We've tried and tested many Bluetooth speakers over the years - but there's one that particular brand that stood out. We only reviewed one of their products before, and they've gone missing - and that is Elysium's Zeon III. After a hiatus for more than 2 years - Elysium returns with their brand new Bluetooth speaker - the Elysium Iron Mini. It has a retro look to it - but does it sound good, though?
A while ago, we reviewed the Edifier W800BT - a very lightweight yet portable wireless headset with some decent sound quality. After that, Edifier went back to the drawing board to improve that wildly hot-selling headset and came out with the new Edifier W820BT wireless headset.
Aftermarket earphones - those which are not included with phones - have been making a smooth transition to become wireless. We've seen wireless headphones like the W800BT released to the market much faster due to its size. Earphones are tinier, hence making them wireless would be difficult. That's why we're only seeing more of them recently - and the Edifier W293BT is one of the earphones in that surge of earphones.
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?
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.