Think of robots and something like the Sphero Bolt is unlikely to be the first image to spring to mind. You might think of Honda’s retired Asimo, Star Wars’ C-3PO or, if you’re of a certain vintage, Robbie from Lost in Space.
Soundbars such as the Denon HEOS Bar are for people who want a step up in quality from the speakers built into their TVs and, at this job, the Denon HEOS excels, adding in a whole load of convenient features for good measure.stem.
It's the era of smart home, with various intelligent and app-controlled devices now available for your home: from smart cameras and smart thermostats to smart lights and smart plugs.
In 2017, I reviewed Ultimate Ears’ Wonderboom, the dinky Bluetooth speaker that floats on water. Its unique functionality meant you could throw the speaker in a swimming pool and not have to worry about fishing it out from the bottom.
The Hive Hub 360 offers an alternative central hub for your Hive system, replacing the regular hub (which connects to your router) with something more visually appealing, while bringing a wider range of functions, including listening ability for alerts based on audio (such as glass smashing, assuming a break-in).
In 2016, Sony’s MDR-1000X came out of left-field to challenge Bose’s dominance in over-ear noise cancelling wireless headphones. They proved a big success and a solid rival to the finest wireless headphones Bose offered.
Surface Headphones are Microsoft’s high-price, premium noise-cancelling cans aimed squarely at toppling the current kings, Bose and Sony.
Bluetooth headphones have been around forever, but the market for “true wireless” earbuds is comparatively speaking still in its infancy.
The Libratone Zipp 2: is a material-clad cylindrical speaker has a warmth about it; a simplistic yet striking design that evokes feelings of comfort, while its sound strikes a chord of happiness - all staples of the 'hygge' concept.
If you’ve ever looked for a new set of earphones with a maximum budget of £50, you’ve probably come across the SoundMagic E10.