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Logitech announces Speaker Lapdesk N550 Notebook Cooler

Posted in Logitech by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2010

Need to cool things down with your notebook? Well, Logitech has just announced the Speaker Lapdesk N550. It’s a notebook cooler pad designed for machines with displays of 14.1-inches or smaller. It will keep the temperature of your notebook on the cool side and features integrated stereo speakers on either side of the notebook for rich, full stereo sound.

The angled base also raises your laptop display to a comfortable viewing position. You just plug it into the notebook’s USB port and you are ready.

Sony’s boom beverage speaker now available to Americans

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2010

Japanese commuters have been able to get Sony Japan’s SRS-V500IP for awhile, but us yanks have had to do without. Not anymore. Audiocubes.com has brought it to the US. It’s an iPod friendly version of the RDP-NWV500 sound mug. It’s also available in black, orange, and pink, and has the same Circle Sound Stage speaker system for a full 360 degrees.

A 3.5mm audio jack is thrown in to connect to other devices as well. It’s priced at $240.

iHome outs iP3 iPod/iPhone speaker dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

iHome has announced its latest speaker dock for Apple’s iPod and iPhone with the iP3. It succeeds it’s predecessor, the iP1 and uses Bongiovi Acoustics’ Digital Power Station automatic sound adjustment technology and also has a component video output for playing back videos on a connected TV.

The dock holds a 50W class D amp that drives two 3.5-inch speakers. There’s also an adjustable bass and treble controls. Composite (RCA) video is also included as well as a 3.5mm audio input to connect other audio sources to the iP3′s speakers.

XtremeMac launches Tango TRX dock for iPod and iPad

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 15th, 2010

XtremeMac has all manner of accessories and cases for Apple gear like the iPad, iPhone, and iPod. Over the last few months, the company has been rolling out a lot of new audio docks that have some interesting features. The latest new dock from XtremeMac is the Tango TRX and the Tango TRX D.

Both of the versions have the same basic features. The both have a dock built into the main section of the device that charges while music plays. Both have Bluetooth and use 2.1 speakers inside. The speakers include a pair of tweeter, a pair of mid-range drivers, and a single downward firing subwoofer.

Logitech offers new speaker options for laptops

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on September 1st, 2010

Of all the notebooks I have tired over the years it’s safe to say that 99.99% of the have crap sound systems. They sound flat, lack volume so you can actually hear what’s going on and have no bass. This is the reason there are some any different external speakers and headphone options around.

Logitech has announced a couple new laptop offerings called the Logitech Laptop Speaker Z305 and the Logitech Wireless Speaker Z515. Both speakers are aimed at notebook users with Mac or Windows machines. The Z515 is a wireless offering with a USB transmitter that uses 2.4GHz tech for 50-foot range. The speaker can also connect to the iPad or iPhone wirelessly as well.

Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715i iPod dock debuts

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on August 4th, 2010

Logitech has added a new mobile speaker dock to its line up for the iPod called the Rechargeable Speaker S715i. The device is designed to work with any dockable iPod and will sell for $149.99 when it ships.

Logitech is mum on the ship date right now, but it should be soon. The battery inside the S715i is good for eight hours per charge. It has a pair of 3-inch drivers along with a pair of 0.5-inch tweeters and four 2-inch radiators for bass.

Grace Digital Audio offers ECO Extreme MP3 speaker

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on May 26th, 2010

I don’t like taking my gadgets near water or to places where dust is an issue. I don’t want to kill my gear with an accidental splash or getting dust into the works. Grace Digital Audio has a new speaker for the iPhone, iPod and any other device with a 3.5mm headphone port that will protect your device while you listen.

The new speaker is called the Eco Extreme and it has a 3-inch full range driver in the front and attaches to a bag with a 2-inch carabiner. The speaker is rubberized to protect it from drops and is water resistant to IPX7 standards.

Resonance iPod Speaker Dock looks like an Apple product

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

This Resonance iPod Speaker Dock looks familiar. Like a familiar Apple product. It does do some unique tricks though. It uses resonance to transmit the sound from your iPod or iPhone through a hard surface like a wooden table, or marble floor.

There’s also an audio amplifier, but we’re skeptical about the audio quality that this device delivers. With it’s 3.5mm line-in jack, you can hook up non-Apple audio devices as well.

Motz Wooden Acorn Speaker

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2010

Don’t come running to me when squirrels start stealing your speaker. That’s exactly what will happen now that Pyramid Distribution has rolled out the Motz Wooden acorn Speaker for South Korea. Made of natural cut apricots, this hand-made speaker is great for your iPod or other MP3 players and it also has an FM radio.

There’s also a USB port and a headphone jack and the rechargeable Li-Polymer battery provides up to 5 hours of operation time (10 hours with earphones).

Add a chocolate speaker to your iPod

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2010

Who doesn’t love chocolate? I do, you do. In fact, you probably don’t have any chocolate right now because you ate it, since it’s delicious and all. Why not add some chocolate to your iPod?

It won’t melt, won’t taste good, but it will deliver some delicious sounds from your music and remind you to buy more when you are at the store. Only $21. And now I’m hungry.

Sony RDP-NWV500 speaker fits in your cars cupholder

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

Hey look, a thermos. No, that’s clearly a drink mixer. Wait, it’s the RDP-NWV500 speaker from sony which fits in your vehicle’s cup holder. Even if it does look like a fancy cup, the 16W tumbler will connect to your portable audio player, sending out audio in all 360 degrees with 2-way speakers.

It comes with a remote control to help while driving. It will cost you about $214, but you also get a charging dock that will charge your Walkman when docked.

Panasonic SC-SP100 iPod speaker

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2010

Despite all evidence to the contrary, you can play your music and have the speaker look good at the same time. The Panasonic SC-SP100 Audio System looks like it will deliver exactly that experience.

It’s compatible with both the iPhone and the iPod, with a total power of 20W and consists of a 2.5 inch Dual Passive Radiator and 2.5 inch sub-woofer. Some other features include synchronization with your PC and that unusual stylish shape. It will cost just $115.

iLuv ISP150 iPad Speaker

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 17th, 2010

iLuv is offering the ISP150 Bar Speaker, which will turn your iPad into a music box. It will work with the iPad, notebook and iPod. The integrated speakers can be powered by either USB or four AAA batteries.

Some other features include a 3.5mm audio jack, USB connectivity, a power switch and volume control. It will cost you $34.99. Judging by the image it doesn’t look all that portable. It doesn’t seem like something you want to be carrying with your iPad.

Santok SMC1000 iPhone Boombox Speaker with Visual Equalizer

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2010

The Santok SMC1000 Boombox iPod dock is a little different than your average dock as it sports a sound-sensitive visual equalizer that’s informative and stylish. Some of the features of the SMC1000 include 12-watt speakers, a line in port, a digital clock, an integrated radio tuner and a touchpad with a remote.

It also sports a sleek black finish, so it will look good just about anywhere in your home. The Santok SMC1000 Boombox iPod dock will cost you £99.99. $150 US.

Asus Cine5 Speaker: Surround Sound in a small package

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2010

The Asus Cine5 is a smaller version of the sound bars that are available. This model is designed not for your large TV, but for your desk. The Cine5 measures in at about 15-inches, with a typical five speaker set up and a 28W max amp. There’s also a 3.5mm audio jack for headphones.

It’s good looking as soundbars go, but sadly, we don’t have any word on pricing or availability yet, but hopefully we will be seeing this one soon.