These days, holiday cheer is synonymous with holiday presents. One usually leads to the other. Unfortunately, shopping for everyone on your list can turn holiday cheer into holiday doldrums. This succinct gift guide features a product image followed by a short description of that product. It should help you quickly find something for everyone on your list.
Canon has announced two new wireless photo inkjet all-in-one printers as part of their PIXMA MG line. The PIXMA MG7120 is a versatile, high-performance color inkjet printer with a maximum color print resolution of 9600 x 2400 dpi and scan resolution of 2400 x 4800 dpi. It’s able to produce sharp, borderless photo prints and documents up to 8.5 x 11”.
Bose® has long been known as an industry leader for their full-sized noise-cancelling headphones and they now bring their first pair of in-ear noise-cancelling headphones to market. The new QuietComfort 20™ and QuietComfot 20i™ offer Bose’s trademark Acoustic Noise-Cancelling technology in a compact in-ear design.
If you have an iPhone 5, iPod touch 5th generation or iPod nano 7th generation, you're probably already enjoying the sweet sounds of your playlists and podcasts through a pair of headphones throughout the day. But you may also be looking to rock out sans headphones, using an external speaker dock. The Bose SoundDock® Series III Digital Music System lets you do just that.
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.
When Apple decided to license its AirPlay technology to speaker and receiver manufacturers so their components could play audio wirelessly from iTunes on a Windows or Macintosh computer or from such iOS devices as an iPod touch, iPhone or iPad, few realized how many companies would bite.
Today Apple announced the completely redesigned fifth-generation iPod touch, a brand new iPod nano and the iPhone 5, most of which run iOS 6, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. The displays on the new devices are remarkably larger, yet they’re all thinner and lighter than before.
So, you’ve got yourself an iPhone, and now you want to know how to get better images and video with it. Luckily for you, Action Life Media (ALM), a manufacturer of iPhone accessories, makes a couple of rigs designed to do just that.
Photographers may want to remove their earphones for this one. There’s an unlikely reason to use the headphone jack on their iPad, iPod touch or iPhone. By connecting the ioShutter Shutter Release Cable between it and your Canon, Pentax or Hasselblad, among other cameras, you’ll have touch-screen control through a free downloadable app.
With the upsurge in mobile devices, the 12-volt cigarette lighter in trucks and cars has found a more worthy use as a means of empowerment for passengers’ personal electronics. Accessories maker Just Mobile has introduced a new line of vehicular adapters for use with Apple’s phones and tablets.
The great promise of smartphones and gadgets like the iPod touch and tablet computers is that they enable you to do a million different things, all while listening to your favorite music. However, when you connect your device to a speaker system, you can no longer hold it in your hand and continue doing a million different things.
Panasonic is debuting three compact stereo systems equipped with speakers, a CD player, an FM radio and an iPod/iPhone dock. The SC-HC27, SC-HC37 and SC-HC57 are all designed to deliver big sound in a small space.