Monday
Feb242014

Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Headphones Review

Great news! Audio-Technica has recently introduced its revamped line of studio-grade and very much professional over-ear headphones. One of them being a new mid-level flagship successor to one of the more well known and admired headphones in recent years - the ATH-M50. Believe it or not, we had never gotten around reviewing anything from Audio-Technica. But that's all about to change because we have spent countless hours with the comany’s latest and greatest flagship headphones - the ATH-M50x. The most anticipated successor to the highly praised M50 has received a subtle makeover. The question is will they be a worthy successor. Our in-depth review awaits you after the jump!

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Tuesday
Feb182014

Lunatik Flak Jacket Sleeve for iPad mini Review

Lunatik is a brand name that has got one of the most uniquely designed accessories out there for Apple's portable devices. The company recently introduced its first ever accessory for the iPad that isn't a stylus but rather a protective sleeve. The Flak Jacket, an impossibly slim sleeve, is currently only made to fit the Retina iPad mini 2 as well as the original iPad mini with or without a Smart Cover attached to it. The concept couldn't be any more simple than that. However, Lunatik has managed to put its own creative take on the traditional sleeve concept along with a rather interesting mesh of materials. Hop past the break for a more detailed review on Lunatik's new iPad mini sleeve.

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Friday
Feb142014

Harman Kardon Nova Review

Harman Kardon is a company that is in absolute no need for any introduction – has a new speaker system it wants to share with the world. Putting its interior on display using Harman Kardon's signature see-through speaker enclosure design sense, the Nova is a new triple-driver wireless Bluetooth-enabled speaker system that is essentially an all-in-one SoundSticks system jam-packed into a compact and versatile package that can be used in a regular desktop setup environment, or even as your living room entertainment speaker system while also allowing you to pair your smartphone, tablet or portable laptop in order to stream music wirelessly. But why should you spend more on the Nova when you can get Harman Kardon's famed SoundSticks Wireless 2.1 speaker system for less? Let's find out.

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Friday
Feb072014

Grain Audio PWS Packable Wireless Speaker Review

Grain Audio is a new name in the audio industry. And like every other newcomer, Grain Audio wants to make it by being different. By standing out from what everyone else is doing. But how does a company achieve this seemingly arduous proclamation? The ambiguous answer is wood. Although you can't tell that from our photo above, we can assure you that wood is in fact the center of attention. Grain Audio wanted to make a portable wireless speaker that united the simplicity of contemporary lines with genuine wood as the speaker's enclosure for not only having excellent acoustic properties that improve audio quality, but obviously for its striking and unique appearance. The result is the Packable Wireless Speaker - or PWS for short. This is a wireless Bluetooth speaker that can very easily be taken outside or placed on a bookshelf where it'll feel like a part of your posh decor. As always, we've got a couple of portable speaker comparisons waiting for you down below where you'll also find the full review of Grain Audio's PWS!

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Thursday
Jan232014

WaterField Staad Laptop Backpack Review

WaterField has a new narrow-profiled backpack to be proud of, and it's the company's first ever attempt at creating a backpack after years of perfecting hand-made shoulder-style gear bags and device sleeves. WaterField's new Staad backpack is a special handcrafted, made-to-order laptop and tablet carrier designed with lean formal aesthetics in mind. WaterField is known for its rustic, distinct looking gear bags and the Staad is yet another intriguing extension of that sophisticated line. Want to know what it's like to live with the Staad? Then make your way down to our full review!

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Thursday
Jan162014

Magpul Field Case for iPad mini 2 Review

If until today you thought your iPad mini was the best tablet you've ever held purely from a comfortable form factor standpoint, you were wrong. Your mind will be blown away once you get the chance to feel how awesome it can be once you slip on Magpul's new Field Case case on it. That's right, Magpul now has your tablet covered too. And you won't believe how incredibly grippy this case is, unless of course you've held your iPhone encased with one of Magpul's tactical cases. And the fit? It's just amazing, if not respectively better than the smaller Field Case variant. It's almost like it's part of the device, which is always a huge compliment to any case when it comes to the fit. Because how a case fits around your tablet makes a considerable difference between a mediocre experience and one that really puts a smile on your face. But hold on, you haven't even gotten to our full and in-depth review of Magpul's Field Case for the iPad mini and iPad mini 2 with Retina display. So be sure to tread lightly from here on out, over.

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Thursday
Jan162014

Magpul Bump Case for iPhone 5s Review

The one case that had everyone fall deeply in love with its tactical attributes, feel-good ribbed design and sensible price is bested by a superior look-alike. The Bump Case for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 is Magpul's dual-layered case version of its greatest hit - the Field Case. It supposedly fuses the best of both worlds by using two types of materials similar to Speck's CandyShell, albeit done up in Magpul's unique and one-of-a-kind exterior texture. With a hard outer shell and a softer, shock absorbing interior layer, Magpul's Bump Case serves a slightly more protective purpose compared to the more flexible, standard all-thermoplastic TPU Field Case. For quite a few years now, we were known to rave about Magpul's Field Case case for the iPhone, but that may change now that the Bump Case is here to please. Read the full review down below to see which Magpul case we find triumphant.

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Monday
Jan132014

Misfit Shine Review

Misfit is a young, start-up brand many of you may not have heard of up until now. Misfit is responsible for creating a new wearable health and fitness tracking gadget known as Shine. Classified as a personal fitness tracker, Misfit's Shine is the latest wireless fitness tracker to join an ever-expanding market of smart, wearable activity monitors. Unlike Jawbone's Up and Fitbit's Flex writsband trackers, the Shine is heavily fixed on being the most premium, most elegantly designed fitness tracker ever made. The Shine is the first truly unique fitness tracker that can track more physical activities in order to accurately count how much calories you've burned off during the day based on how intensive an certain type of activity is than any other fitness tracker.

Thanks to a modular design and smart algorithms, Misfit's Shine has been optimized to track and appropriately reward you with important data in dry or wet conditions, and yes for the first time that also includes swimming. We've spent a full week with it to bring you our in-depth review, so be sure to jump over the hurdle for the full rundown! (Updated)

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