The CES trade show in Las Vegas has grown into an electronics cavalcade, with old industry giants like Sony and Samsung bumping shoulders and vying for our attention with dozens of mid-level manufacturers and startup companies.
It would be best if people willingly turned off and put away their personal electronic devices when they got into a car, but most folks routinely ride in vehicles with their handheld gadgets in hand, hurriedly multitasking as they barrel down the highway. Thankfully, there are numerous accessories available at B&H that succeed in getting these devices out of people’s hands.
Beats by Dr. Dre has glamorized the marketplace of designer headphones. These days they are omnipresent. Andre Romelle Young (better known as Dr. Dre) has made his signature line of headphones both a status symbol and a fashion accessory.
Working out can be a mind-numbing task. The scenery might change if you’re running or biking on a trail, but the sound of your breath and the rhythmic pounding of your feet can be hypnotic and unbelievably repetitive. If you go to the gym, it’s hard not to notice that most of the people are listening to their iPod or some other MP3 player.
The holiday season is upon us again, and every year brings new gifts and gadgets to delight that techie in your life. In this article, we’ll be looking at Bluetooth Wireless Headphones. The recent rise in popularity of these headphones has led to the release of many new models.
What do high-tech smartphones and old-school boomboxes have in common? They both feature headphone outputs and they’re both used by people to blast music in public. The new Aluratek ABH01F Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headphones enable you to listen to music privately on either kind of device.
Imagine the year is 1962, and you've been asked to predict what headphones will be like fifty years into the future, all the way forward to the year 2012! It's possible that you would describe something like the two new models recently announced by Creative, the WP-450 and the HN-900.
This roundup of very personal iPod accessories covers touch-screen gloves, watch bands, arm bands, GPS and remote control add-ons, speaker docks, portable speakers, wireless (Bluetooth) receivers and headphones and more.
There’s a sea of iPhone accessories available, but how many of them end up in the hands of people who love photography, video and pro audio? The right iPhone accessory could prove to be the ultimate holiday gift.
What the original Sony Walkman and iPod have in common is that they both necessitated and popularized the use of headphones and earphones. While all current models come with decent headphones, it’s not uncommon for some users to invest a lot of money in high-end aftermarket headphones. But no matter how expensive the headphones, sometimes the cord isn’t long enough.