Portable Speaker

Fugoo Bluetooth Speakers pack Siri and Google Now support: Hands-on

Fugoo Bluetooth Speakers pack Siri and Google Now support: Hands-on

The world is not short of Bluetooth speakers, but Fugoo thinks there's room for at least one more brand: one that actually promises great audio quality as well as some Siri and Google Now magic thrown in too. We know, you've heard that before, but for once the hype might have some reality behind it; we caught up with Fugoo ahead of its CES 2014 launch to test the speakers out up against some of their better-known competition, coming away both surprised and impressed. Read on for all the details.

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Korus V600 and V400 wireless speakers review

Korus V600 and V400 wireless speakers review

Korus thinks the audio market needs a new music streaming system. That's an ambitious goal: if you've been in the market for wireless audio recently, you'll undoubtedly have seen a fair few existing options, from Bluetooth (with or without aptX), WiFi, and proprietary options like Apple's AirPlay and Sonos' well-esteemed whole home systems. Korus' two new portable speakers, the V600 and V400, don't use any of them, in fact, but is that a brave decision that pays off in performance, or simply too ambitious a challenge for one start-up to bite off? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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Skullcandy Air Raid Bluetooth speaker launched with rugged weatherproof design

Skullcandy Air Raid Bluetooth speaker launched with rugged weatherproof design

Skullcandy, purveyor of all things audio related, has announced a new Bluetooth speaker addition to its portable audio lineup: the Skullcandy Air Raid. With the Air Rand comes Bluetooth connectivity and support for several audio devices at once, along with a design promised to be "built like a tank," able to withstand spilled drinks, drops onto a hard surface, rain, and more. The speaker is available now from Skullcandy.

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Lyrix Duo Bluetooth speaker has a removable Bluetooth receiver

Lyrix Duo Bluetooth speaker has a removable Bluetooth receiver

Most of the Bluetooth speakers that are on the market are pretty much the same. They're designed to connect wirelessly to your smartphone or computer and allow you to play your music without having to plug in headphones or wires for normal speakers. A new Bluetooth speaker has debuted from a company called Digital Treasures that is different from other offerings on the market.

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