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Foc.us gaming tDCS headset uses electrical pulses to overclock your brain

Foc.us gaming tDCS headset uses electrical pulses to overclock your brain

There's a category of technology that is still more or less in the fringe - the kind designed to improve one's own physiology, exceeding typical limitations via devices that enhance our biology. One type of this technology is called a tDCS headset, which stands for Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation and is meant to provide neurostimulation via low-level currents and electrodes. The Foc.us headset provides such a feature, but is designed specifically for gamers.

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JH Audio JH16 Pro with Freqphase Custom In-Ear Monitor Review [2013]

JH Audio JH16 Pro with Freqphase Custom In-Ear Monitor Review [2013]

JH Audio's in-ear monitors are no strangers to us. Since we first reviewed the JH16 Pro back in 2010, they've become our go-to set for music on the go, their pro-spec price tag the only real reason not to recommend them to anyone but the most dedicated of music lovers or musicians. Now comes the refresh, introducing JH Audio's new Freqphase technology to the JH16 Pro and JH13 Pro lines. Promising the world's first phase-coherent audio in an earphone, piping every part of the sound to your ear at the same time, the claim is a more accurate soundstage and more natural and authentic sound. Read on for our full review.

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Mad Catz F.R.E.Q 7 gaming headset hands-on: connectivity galore

Mad Catz F.R.E.Q 7 gaming headset hands-on: connectivity galore

This week we've gotten our first opportunity to have a hands-on experience with the newest in gaming excellence from Mad Catz: the F.R.E.Q 7 gaming headset! These headphones will blast your eardrums into your brain with Dolby Headphone 7.1 surround sound, extra-larger 59mm speakers, and a fabulous 3.5mm audio cable that allows you to convert your experience to any and all tablets, smartphones, desktop devices, and more.

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Jabra unveils Motion Series, offers integrated motion sensor for environmental adaptability

Jabra unveils Motion Series, offers integrated motion sensor for environmental adaptability

Jabra has unveiled its new Jabra Motion Series of headsets, which includes the Jabra Motion UC and the Jabra Motion. The line is unique due to its use of motion sensors and microphones to monitor and react to environemental situations intelligently. For example, audio will be optimized based on the ambient noise levels in the surroundings, and adjustments are made based on movements, such as shutting off when one lays down to nap.

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HTC Mini is your Butterfly’s candybar remote control and handset

HTC Mini is your Butterfly’s candybar remote control and handset

HTC doesn't have a smartwatch like the Pebble, but it does have the HTC Mini, an NFC-equipped remote control and handset accessory which will be exclusively offered in China alongside the HTC Butterfly. The svelte handset - resembling an old candybar-style dumbphone - hooks up via Bluetooth to your Butterfly, so HTC suggests, and can be used for making calls without pulling the smartphone out of your pocket, as well as other things.

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CES 2013 wrap-up: Accessories steal the show

CES 2013 wrap-up: Accessories steal the show

In some ways, one could argue that CES 2013 was really all about the accessories. Sure, a lot of companies where there unveiling new hardware, whether that hardware was a massive TV, a new gaming tablet, or a phone that has an eInk display on the backside, but there were more accessories than we care to count being shown on the floor. Each of these accessories seemed to offer something unique; each was newsworthy in it's own particular way. There were some that caught more attention than others, naturally, but nearly every accessory we saw is bound to get someone, somewhere excited.

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Monster MVP Carbon headset hands-on

Monster MVP Carbon headset hands-on

Today at CES, Monster announced a partnership with EA Sports and revealed the MVP Carbon headset. We ended up getting our hands on the new product at Monster's booth at Pepcom, and got a close up look of the new design. The headset features 5.1 channel surround sound processing that Monster refers to as HDHS, or "High Definition Headphone Surround."

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FlyVIZ headset brings 360-degree vision to the party

FlyVIZ headset brings 360-degree vision to the party

We've seen our share of unique headsets throughout the years, and indeed, they're making something of a comeback these days. The Oculus Rift VR headset recently hit it big on Kickstarter, prompting a lot of developers to really think about the future of virtual reality as it relates to video games. Now there's a new headset on the scene called the FlyVIZ, and it brings some unique features of its own to the table.

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Skullcandy unveils PLYR2 wireless gaming headset

Skullcandy unveils PLYR2 wireless gaming headset

Skullcandy has announced the launch of its latest gaming headset, the PLYR2. This device is wireless, and compatible with whatever your gaming preference is: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or computer/mobile. This is one of the two units in Skullcandy's newly launched series of gaming headsets, the second of which will be available next year.

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Time calls Google Glass “Best Invention of the Year”

Time calls Google Glass “Best Invention of the Year”

This week the folks at Time magazine have released their yearly "Best Inventions of the Year" list and on it is none other than our good pal Google Glass. This device was revealed in pieces throughout the year and received its very first developer-grade pre-release at this year's Google I/O convention. Users are able to wear the glasses and see a computer interface near their eye as well as take photos with a nod - the final iteration of this device may well be released inside 2013; we'll just have to wait and see!

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