The IQbud Boost from Nuheara aren’t your regular wireless earbuds; these things care about your hearing and can personalise the sound to your specific needs, thanks to the included Ear ID, a clinical-grade hearing assessment that automatically calibrates the earbuds to your unique hearing profile. If you already have a degree of hearing loss, these earbuds help you get the best out of your audio by using intelligent amplification to suppress the background noise and boost your hearing which is customisable to different environments.
The MW07 from Master and Dynamic come in seven stand-out designs: Tortoiseshell, Steel Blue Matte, Grey Terrazzo, Matte Black, White Marble, Piano Black and Pink Coral, all models are handcrafted with acetate, giving a glossy and durable finish whilst keeping the weight down to just 9g per earbud. The ear buds have a D-shaped outer casing and come with a range of ear tips for a precise fit, including the silicone Fit-Wings in two detachable sizes, which help to hold the earbuds in place whilst moving around more vigorously, running for example.
The OP–Z by Teenage Engineering is a fully portable 16-track sequencer and synthesizer that allows you to sequence on the move – not only music, but lights and visuals as well. This synthesizer is packed full of functions into a small, easily portable and well-designed device. It has a retro look that is playful and slightly sci-fi, with four colour-coded dials that allow you to control pretty much everything and an LED interface that provides feedback as you mix.
The Audition Pro headphones from Avantree are low cost headphones with high cost visuals; this stylish headset comes with beautiful minimalist design, the earpads are lovely and soft and can be adjusted for a personalised and comfortable fit. It was the ear cups however that proved to be a bit of an issue, for some reason, no matter how the headset was adjusted the bottom of both the cups didn’t sit flush to the skin, this was the case for both me, with a small head and slightly sticky out ears (sorry folks, I’m already married) and a colleague with a larg
The W10 earphones from Westone are in-ear earphones featuring Bluetooth and True-Fit technology, they have specially tuned, full range, single balanced armature drivers, these drivers aim to enhance sonic detail and frequency range. The True-Fit Technology is a result of Westone’s 60 years of experience designing products for the ear, the result being a universal-fit earpiece that is compact, low-profile, lightweight, and a comfortable fit.
The first thing that strikes you when you see the Sphere 6 speaker is the visual design, it looks great with clean lines, circular grilles and chunky body and will get noticed in any room. The leather handle makes it easy to move around and the angled feet give it a sturdy foundation. It can store up to five different internet radio stations from all over the world as pre-sets, music can be streamed from the free TIBO app that supports Spotify, TIDAL, Napster, TuneIn and iHeartradio etc.
Technology is allowing kids and adults alike to pick up skills and pursue independent learning like never before. The YouTube generation are teaching themselves everything from dance styles to cookery and plant care in their rooms, and the ONE Light Keyboard is here to cash in on and further enable that trend.
The StreamR portable speaker, by Pure, claims to bring together the best of Bluetooth streaming, digital radio and Alexa voice technology. This is basically three devices in one, with a whole host of functions that are, for the most part, easy and straightforward to select. Like any device with multiple purposes on offer, you need to learn your way around the StreamR, but Pure has done a great job of trying to make this as simple and user-friendly a little speaker as possible.