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Parrot Zikmu speakers review

Parrot Zikmu speakers review

If you want to stand out in the overcrowded iPhone/iPod speaker market you can promise high quality, tempt with distinctive design, throw in features or simply slash the price right down. Parrot's Zikmu iPod speakers certainly don't fall into that last category, at $1,600 a pair, but the French company claims the eye-catching Phillipe Starck designed totems slot neatly into the others. Are these "Lime Sorbet" monsters really the best speakers to pair with your PMP? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Bose Bluetooth Headset offers hyperbole galore for $150

Bose Bluetooth Headset offers hyperbole galore for $150

Bose has unveiled its first single-ear Bluetooth headset, and while the name might be uninspired - it's simply called the Bose Bluetooth headset - the functionality does at least promise some marvels.  According to Bose, the headset is packed full with their Bose TriPort acoustic headphone structure, that works in tandem with Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology to automatically adjust background noise cancellation depending on the ambient environment.

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Motorola Oasis Bluetooth headset hands-on and first impressions

Motorola Oasis Bluetooth headset hands-on and first impressions

Motorola's Oasis Bluetooth headset has dropped onto our desk; along with the company's promise that it's the most comfortable we'll ever wear. Looking a little like a prop from Star Trek, the Oasis has a Voyager Pro+ style boom microphone and an over-the-ear battery block, but it's Motorola's testing on around 500 different ears that they say has given them the edge over Plantronics, Jawbone and others.

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Motorola Oasis promises Bluetooth so comfy you don’t know it’s there

Motorola Oasis promises Bluetooth so comfy you don’t know it’s there

Motorola has outed its latest Bluetooth headset, the Motorola Oasis, a compact over-the-ear model that promises MultiPoint connections to two devices simultaneously.  The company claims the Oasis's DSP is capable of scything through twice as much wind noise as rival headsets - up to 12mph gusts, in fact - while they've also built in voice prompts for battery level, incoming calls and connectivity status.

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Plantronics Savor M1100 and Voyager PRO+ Reviews

Plantronics Savor M1100 and Voyager PRO+ Reviews

Plantronics continues to plug away at the Bluetooth headset market, and while there are plenty of super-budget models out there, the company still reckons there's a higher-tier of premium buyers looking for the very best in wireless performance. Into that niche drops the new Plantronics Savor M1100, which blends voice control with a audio-controlled companion service called Vocalyst, as well as an update to the well-received Plantronics Voyager Pro, the Pro+. Check out our full reviews after the cut.

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BackBeat 903+ Review

BackBeat 903+ Review

Plantronics' BackBeat headphones have been around for some time now, with the company gradually evolving the design and hardware to keep the stereo Bluetooth headset ahead of the game. The latest iteration is the BackBeat 903+, packing the newest version of Plantronics' AudioIQ2 DSP and tighter iPhone integration. Sweet music or a bum note? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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MoGo Talk XD iPhone 4 case has a built-in Bluetooth headset

MoGo Talk XD iPhone 4 case has a built-in Bluetooth headset

If you are an iPhone 4 user that wants to have a Bluetooth headset with them at all times for the smartphone MoGo has a new offering that is cool and will protect the iPhone 4 at the same time. The new headset/case is called the MoGo Talk XD. The device is a case that protects the smartphone front and back and has a slot to hold the Bluetooth headset.

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Plantronics M100 Bluetooth Headset Review

Plantronics M100 Bluetooth Headset Review

Plantronics is a Bluetooth headset brand we're very familiar with here at SlashGear, having tested the company's past few generations of models. Of course, that developing heritage can be both a blessing and a curse: the bar is set high, and any new headset needs to not only offer performance to match the price-tag but justify its existence over its predecessors. Next up is the Plantronics M100, a compact dual-microphone headset with a relatively compact $79.99 MRSP. Can its iPhone integration and other functionality keep it distinct not only from rivals but previous models? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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