Ferrari, which produces a classy selection of headphone, is on the road again with a new offering: the Ferrari R300 ($432) active noise canceling headphones for iOS devices. While I think they're well worth the cost, you can find them on Amazon for $349!
The Scuderia Ferrari racing team was the inspiration for these iconic headphones, with the aerodynamic air vents and traditional grille of the GT cars. The diamond-shaped grilles are designed for durability and quality. The luxuriously soft ear pads convey maximum comfort.
One can never have too many USB ports, and the Satechi 10-Port USB 3.O hub (On sale for $59.99, usualy $69.99) certainly is welcome in my office. It looks like a power strip, but it's really a mighty USB hub. Because it is such a gathering spot, I call mine the hub Pub.
The unit has 9 regular USB 3.0 ports plus a port located on the end of the hub for iPad charging. This enables you to be connected to USB devices and your portable computer all at the same time from a single hub. The 10th port also features an On/Off switch.
ID America's latest offering for the iPhone 5 proves to me once again that it's the most creative and imaginative smartphone case supplier. It's a hoot visiting the company's website, www.idamericany.com to peruse all of its innovative creations.
When I think of X-Doria, I immediately picture its signature cases and covers adorned with hearts, Xs, and Os. But X-Doria has other designs as well. I received a 13" MacBook Air case for review from X-Doria, and its design looks like an overlapping field of envelope flaps in light and dark blue. It is a departure from the company's "Share the Love" Valentine’s collection I reviewed in February.
When it comes to fulfilling acoustic experiences, it’s hard to beat a concert at Carnegie Hall. But for all those nights you can’t make it there, you would be well served with the SuperTooth Disco2 ($99.00) Bluetooth stereo speaker.
You will be impressed with its full sound driven by 16 watts RMS audio power, two speakers on the front, and a high efficiency bass reflex system.
A friend came over for dinner last night and handed me a small FedEx package that was sitting on my doorstep. I quickly opened it, figuring it was an item to review. But I had no clue what the device inside was. It looked like a blue package of breath fresheners, inscribed with the single word Tinké.
If you'd like to extend and intensify the Wi-Fi signal from your router, the Satechi Wireless Multifunction Mini Router/Repeater is an easy solution. How much would you expect to pay for a nifty little unit like this? While it usually retails for $49.95, Satechi is currently selling the device at the discounted price of $39.95.
It’s a powerhouse, but compact. Just throw it in your bag, and when you need to charge one of your iDevices, plug it in, and you’re good to go. It’s called the New Trent iCarrier ($76.95).
My first encounter with a Toddy Smart Cloth was at a Consumer Electronics Show a couple of years ago. An attractive young woman placed one in my shirt pocket and told me how to use it to remove smudges from the screen of electronic devices. She explained that the rough side was for removing dust and oil and the smooth, silky side was for a final polishing.
The Klingg Earphone Magnet ($19.95) is a clever yet simple new gadget to add to your must-have list. For those of you who have experienced earbuds getting tangled and falling out of your ears constantly, this is your solution.
The concept is so simple it made me wonder, “Why didn't I think of that?”