In 2014, a little German startup called Bragi launched a crowdfunding campaign for a pair of true wireless earphones called The Dash. The company touted the Dash as the world’s first true wireless smart in-ears – the first to offer a great listening experience along with automated fitness tracking, offline listening and waterproofing. Although everyone was excited for its launch, the final product fell short of expectations for some. Did Bragi over-promise and under-deliver? Let’s find out.
The UE Wonderboom is Ultimate Ears’ latest wireless speaker – it is portable, gets ridiculously loud, has deep sound and is completely waterproof. Can this little wonder continue the winning streak UE has had with its popular Boom lineup? Let’s find out.
When “X-mini” is mentioned, most people will immediately think of the iconic capsule speaker which took Singapore by storm in 2007 and pioneered the portable speaker category. Although the brand has taken a back seat in recent years, X-mini is making an epic return to the portable wireless speaker market with not one, not two, but SEVEN new speakers – all promising sound larger than size, but each one unique in its own individual way.
The Jabra Speak 710 is Jabra’s latest take on a portable business speakerphone. With a small form factor, 15-hour talk time and 10-watt speaker, the Jabra Speak 710 promises to be an ideal accessory for business communication and conference calls. Does it fare well in reality? Let’s put it to the test in our hands-on review.
This article was first published at TechOut Singapore by Philip Chua, and edited by Billy Zheng for Thirty Seven Tech.
Jabra Singapore recently launched the new Jabra Speak 710 mobile speakerphone, its newest entry in the Speak series. While the Speak series have been popular for its conferencing capabilities, Jabra has listened to customer feedback on previous speakerphones and updated the Jabra Speak 710 with new features meant for executives on the move. So, what’s new?