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Vizio's New Bluetooth Speakers Have Android KitKat Tablets Built-In

Bluetooth speakers are all the same right? You connect your phone to them to wirelessly beam bumping music. Not Vizio's brand new Smart Audio speakers though. Vizio's Bluetooth speakers also have a freaking Android tablet running KitKat built in. Yes, there are 7-inch and 4.7-inch tablets on speakers now. Read More >>

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Harman Kardon SoHo Headphones: Same Great Sound, New Portable Package

Last year's Harman Kardon CL headphones were absolute knockouts: A beautiful minimal design plus nearly perfectly clear sound, all for the totally reasonable list price of £170. With the new SoHo headphones, HK hopes to revise that success in a more portable package, while retaining the sound that made them a smash value to begin with. Read More >>

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Sol Republic's New Bluetooth Speaker Is a Portable Party Machine

Motorola is teaming up with fashion forward headphone purveyor Sol Republic on a co-branded Bluetooth speaker. The Deck is weird looking little thing, but it's got a few features that make it stand out from the otherwise saturated cheap wireless speaker market.
Unlike most £170 Bluetooth speakers, this isn't a little box with front facing drivers. Instead the drivers point up,  meaning you can circulate around the Deck and hear the music the same everywhere. Smart if more than one person is going to listen to it, which is likely should you decided to haul it it to the park with you (It is summer after all!). The speakers also have a nifty little trick in that they also lie flat so you can stick it in your back pocket. Read More >>

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Bose QuietComfort 20: Noise-Cancelling, Engineered to Fit Your Ear Holes

The headphones will be available "this summer" for some £200-odd in an Android-friendly model, as well as a version with an iOS three-button remote. What makes a set of fancy ear-buds worth that much? A lot of tech! So let's dive right in. Read More >>

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Nixon's First Bluetooth Speaker Lasts 18 Hours on One Charge

The Blaster is Nixon's fist Bluetooth speaker. It's supposed to last 18 hours on just a single charge. Read More >>

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Beats Pill Review: Can Dr. Dre Deliver the Cure for the Common Bluetooth Speaker?

First, Jabra brought us the Solemate, a Bluetooth speaker that looks like a shoe. Now, Beats by Dre, purveyor of fashionista friendly headphones, has introduced us to the Pill. It looks—you guessed it—like a giant gelcap. And its Bluetooth sound sure could use a spoonful of sugar. Read More >>

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Beats Pill: Is This The £170 Bluetooth Speaker That Slays the Jambox?

The Jawbone Jambox was a pretty good bluetooth speaker, if not entirely perfect. But it had the benefit of being one of the first portable bluetooth speakers to combine design, affordability and ease of use along with quality. But in the Bluetooth market there's always room for improvement and though we've seen a couple of legit challengers already, the Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker could have a shot at dethroning the Jambox. Read More >>

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The Best Sub-£70 Bluetooth Speaker

Dragging party music to the park or patio doesn't have to involve so much actual dragging. More party, more easy! You've got a gazillion songs on your phone already. And little, portable Bluetooth speakers are getting so cheap. Now, for under £70, you can blast your jams to high heaven—or, at least, a 10-metre radius—without any hassles. Read More >>

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