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Entries in Wireless (13)

Friday
Nov242017

Review: Jaybird Run wireless Bluetooth headphones

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Jaybird's path to a true wireless Bluetooth set of headphones for active users is evident in its Freedom and X3 line of wired headphones and the excellent Jaybird smartphone app that helps fine tune audio to a user's needs.

2017 has been all about wireless bluetooth headphones. Apple's AirPods have been around for around a year and have really set the bar for convenient and user-friendly bluetooth headphones. Google's Pixel Buds, which are starting to ship right now, bring Google Assistant to Android users while providing generally impressive sound quality as well.

Jaybird's Run, like the AirPods, are two earbuds that don't require a connecting cord and can be used independently or together to play back music and audio from a smartphone or PC. 

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Wednesday
Jan042017

CES 2017: Blue introduces Satellite, its first pair of wireless headphones

Las Vegas - Blue may be recognized for its professional grade microphones, but the company has launched some outstanding headphones as well, including our current favourite, the Lola. Blue now has Satellite, which uses two drivers for each ear, an onboard analog amplifier plus a unique and stylish design that's sure to turn heads. Pricing and availability were not disclosed but it looks as if traditional wired headphone makers like Blue want to offer options as mobile devices begin to shed the headphone jack.

Friday
Jun172016

JayBird's Freedom Wireless bluetooth headphones come to Best Buy Canada

Jaybird, announced Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Buds, its fifth-generation of Freedom is available starting today exclusively at Canadian Best Buy stores and bestbuy.ca.

“This latest generation of Freedom liberates our lives like never before,” said Judd Armstrong, founder and CEO of Jaybird. “These micro-sized tapered buds deliver our best-ever sound while featuring a reduced size that fits all ears, all in a low-profile fit that resonates with everyone. The over-ear fit and elegant metal accents of Freedom bring a fashionable element while also being more rugged than ever, offering the freedom to bring your music anywhere, from mountain to motorcycle, thanks to the buds’ helmet friendly breakthrough form.”

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Wednesday
Aug132014

Review: Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile Wireless SSD

Text and Photos by Simon Cohen

Small, light and powerful, this wireless hard drive manages to impress with great features and performance.

We’ve clearly hit a point in our technological evolution where we have begun to see the presence of wired connections (whether for data or for power) as an annoyance and not as a critical component of our gadgets.

We crave a life where all of our tech toys can talk to each other wirelessly and – dare we dream – charge themselves wirelessly too.

And while the wireless charging scenario is still a few years from becoming mainstream, wireless data is here and it is rapidly gaining a foothold amongst most of our devices.

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