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There’s never been anything like Beats By Dre. The bulky rainbow headphones are a gaudy staple of planes, clubs and footpaths everywhere: as mammoth, beloved and expensive as their namesake. But Dr Dre didn’t just hatch the flashy lineup from his freight train chest: The venture began as an unlikely partnership between a record-industry powerhouse and a boutique audio company best known for making expensive HDMI cables.
Monster, after having tried to replace Dr Dre with anything they could think of last year, is now trying its hand at making gaming headphones. Called MVP Carbon, Monster teamed up with EA Sports to create a giant Monster made headset complete with a microphone.
Microsoft is charging forward into a colourful new future, and it’s dragging Nokia by the ears with it as a serious hardware partner for Windows Phone. The first Windows Phone 8 device on the market will be the Nokia Lumia 920. This is Nokia’s coming out party, Microsoft’s mobile mitzvah and Lumia’s naming ceremony. With so much riding on it, does it match the hype?
Beats by Dre headphones are great for listening to hip hop and looking cool around the city. But if you’re not into their bottom-heavy sound, you’re left out of the party.
Monster Cable has a long history of making outrageous claims about superiority to justify its high price tag. But the latest effort appears to be even more outrageous than ever before, with a Harvey Norman store allegedly comparing a Monster cable to a composite cable, without informing the customer.
Peanut butter and jelly, unicorns and glitter, Beats Electronics and Monster. One of these things just doesn’t belong, one of these things is not like the others. After a five-year collaboration, the two companies have terminated their relationship but do hope to remain friends.
Yesterday, you may have seen Giz catch Monster Cable CEO Noel Lee on a tricked out gold-rimmed Segway. Ridiculous as that was, we’ve now got video — and if you listen carefully, you can hear his assistant remarking that’s a “million dollar Segway”. Here’s hoping that’s hyperbole – not literal fact. We’ll let you decide.
Monster’s Tron prototype cans from CES last year will finally hit stores in February in the form of the Game T1 gaming headset. Gizmodo Australia had a chat with rapper, Xzibit, who explained helpfully filled us in on what we can expect to hit Australia.