Bluetooth speakers are a great advancement from the wired ones as they are convenient and easy to place anywhere. However, the main problem is that there are so many to choose from so it is rare that these speakers grab my attention. These little Sydneys from Urbanista were some that actually did. They are small enough to dot around my kitchen and have a nice tactile feel about them with their fabric covering. They have a good run charge of 5 hours after a 1.5-hour charge and they are water resistant so great to take out and about.
Firstly, the presentation of these earphones is eye catching, neat, and unique. The look and feel of the actual IEMs are of high quality. Despite their all-metal construction with a nice weight, they do not feel heavy. The depth of the MS4's looks bigger than expected, but they fit perfectly, even though my ears are small, and importantly, due to this construction, they stay - comfortably - put. The sound of bass is clear and concise, vocals are clear, and the treble is extremely crisp.
The Edifier TWS1 has a clever magnetic charging case. It has a single red LED built in front of the case that indicate the battery level and charging condition. It only takes 1 and a half hours to fully charge and can deliver up to 32 hours (8 hours on earbuds + 24 hours with case) The charging time is only 1 and a half hours to complete and it can easily last you a week or two. It comes with three sizes of ear tips for a better fit. Pairing is pretty easy and straightforward. Provides enough bass, vocals and instruments sounds to be of high enough quality.
The VQ Rosie-Lee is a DAB digital radio and Bluetooth speaker that gives modern technology a retro feel. Let’s start out by stating the obvious; this radio is beautiful. It had a throw-back design, available in black leather with a walnut face, cream leather with an oak face, or a range of grey and silvery combinations, these simple but effective designs make the Rosie-Lee suitable for a wide range of tastes.
The Nebula Capsule 2 by Anker is a small and portable projector. You can connect to this device via auxiliary, HDMI, Bluetooth, wifi, USB and USBc. The Nebula Capsule 2 can project images from 20, all the way up to 100 inches away without struggling. I was very impressed at the auto focus and how quickly it will sort itself when moving the unit around. The device also compensates very well for any tilt the device or the surface you’re projecting onto has.