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Bose® has just announced their new SoundLink® Mini Bluetooth Speaker. As the name suggests, this is basically a miniature version of the SoundLink Mobile Speaker and SoundLink Mobile Speaker II. In fact, it’s 30% smaller than the original (2.0 x 7.1 x 2.3 inches) and weighs just half as much (1.5 pounds).
The unifying theme I perceive in the Wolverine catalog is that they either improve how we capture media, improve how we back up media or improve how we share media. The Wolverine WIOS-2 Wireless Indoor Outdoor Stereo Speakers definitely broaden the range of where you can share music.
Jawbone's Big Jambox offers a vast improvement over the built-in speakers of portable devices. It features modern design elements that enhance any environment, and can easily pair with any Bluetooth devices or connect to any device with a standard 3.5mm output.
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.
Docking speakers are great if the connector on your smart phone or tablet fits, but if you have the newest iPhone or iPad or a non-Apple device, compatibility is more likely to come through a wireless protocol called Bluetooth (BT). Many source players including notebook computers, phones and tablets have a BT transmitter built in.
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’s students need a lot more than spiral-bound notebooks and pencils to make the grade. Everything revolves around computers and the Internet; and papers have to be created in a program and printed from a computer—pen and ink was the way your parents wrote for their classes.
Given their proclivity to tangle and our tendency to trip over them, wires can be a nuisance in any household. Even if you attach the wire neatly between source player and speaker, it can still put you on a short leash.