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Beats Pill 2.0: Australian Review

Beats has been on an absolute tear over the last couple of months, with a swathe of new headphones and audio gadgets. The Pill 2.0 is the California company’s latest attempt at a portable, battery-powered Bluetooth wireless speaker, with a few tricks learned along the way from its competitors.


Microsoft's New Universal Mobile Keyboard Has Android And iOS In Mind

Microsoft has a new mobile keyboard, but you won’t find a Windows key anywhere on it. You will find a “Command” key though, and a little switch that toggles between Windows mode, Android mode,and iOS mode. It’s a keyboard that aims to turn any tablet into a Surface.


These Lovely Sony Headphones Hide Bluetooth Inside Minimalist Design

Headphones are gaudy fashion statements these days, which is why it’s nice to see Sony go with a minimalist design that recalls some of its early Walkman cans.


There's A Massive 26,000MAh Battery Hidden Inside This Briefcase

The bigger a portable charger you carry, the longer your gadgets can run while away from a power outlet. But backup batteries are heavy, so it’s a tradeoff between capacity and what’s comfortable to stash in your pocket. Unless you throw a bag like the Phorce over your shoulder, which makes it easy to haul around your toys, a laptop and 26,000mAh of extra power


Moto Hint Hands-On: Is This The First Non-Dorky Bluetooth Headset?

While the Moto 360 was unquestionably the wearable of last week, Motorola quietly showed off a little something else. Something very little, in fact. The Moto Hint is a teeny-tiny Bluetooth headset, and it’s the first I’ve seen that isn’t actively stupid-looking. But it’s not just for making calls — this is the new way to interact with your digital assistant.


Logitech's New Bluetooth Keyboard Docks Tablet And Phone At Once

Bluetooth wireless keyboards are so prolific that it’s hard to tell one from the other. But Logitech’s new K480 has a surprisingly neat feature: a cut-out groove that lets you dock both a phone and tablet at the same time.


Plantronics Voyager Edge Bluetooth Headset: Australian Review

Bluetooth headsets aren’t the sexiest of technology devices. They’re all about function over fashion. There are a select few, though, that manage to look good while also doing some pretty impressive things. Plantronics’ Voyager Edge is a Bluetooth headset aimed at the tech-savvy — it’s not as fashionable as some of its competitors, but it’s just about the best you can get for making calls or taking voice notes.


This Portable Charger Reminds You To Bring It Along On Busy Days

A portable charger can save your butt on days when your smartphone never seems to leave your hand — but only if you remember to bring it with you. So not only has Elgato packed 6000mAh into its new Smart Power battery, but Bluetooth and an accompanying iOS app as well, so that it can peek at your iPhone’s calendar and automatically remind you to pack it on long, busy days.


Beats Studio Wireless Headphones: Australian Review

Some headphone makers put fashion and and form before function, leaving you with great-looking cans that don’t actually sound that great. These new Beats Studio Wireless headphones combine Bluetooth and noise and despite what you might presume based on the Beats name’s checkered history, they’re actually pretty good.


Sony MDR-1RBT Mk2 Headphones: Australian Review

Sometimes a piece of technology comes along that just hits all its marks perfectly. Excellent and thoughtful design, high quality components and some smartly integrated features combine to make something that just feels special. Sony’s updated MDR-1RBT Mk2 headphones are part of the company’s growing stable of High Resolution Audio devices, and they’re very nearly the cream of the crop.


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