Jays are a Swedish brand with singular purpose: producing excellent headphones for mobile devices. Since 2006, they’ve produced well-received headphones in a range of styles and formats. Today, we’re looking at one of their more premium offerings: their a-Jays Four in-ear headphones. These earphones are designed for iOS devices like the iPhone, with powerful 8.6mm drivers, an in-line remote and microphone for hands-free calls. They are well presented for sure, but how do they actually perform? Let’s find out together!
Today we’ll be looking at one of Turtle Beach’s latest gaming headsets, the Ear Force Star Wars headset. As you can probably guess by the name and the picture, this is an official Star Wars headset that should definitely attract fans of the sci-fi series. In our review, we’ll see if the headset is worthy of the dark lord emblazoned upon them, or whether Darth Vader will be pushing the designers out of the nearest airlock.
Mionix made their name as a manufacturer of affordable but well-designed gaming mice, and recently they’ve been diversifying their lineup with the addition of keyboards, mousepads and headsets. Their latest work is the Nash 20, a premium gaming headset boasting 50mm drivers and a comfortable memory foam and leather construction. In this review, we’ll put those claims to the test and see if this headset lives up to the Swedish company’s high standards.
Japanese electronics firm Maxell have released a pair of new speakers for the home. Today, we’ll be reviewing the first and cheaper of the pair – the MXSP-WP2000.
CES in Las Vegas is a cavalcade of consumer electronics for the year to come, with thousands of products from hundreds of exhibitors. This year, only one laptop at CES made the headlines: the Aorus X7. The X7 got so much attention because it’s the thinnest and lightest gaming laptop ever to ship with two graphics cards – a feat that provides desktop-class gaming performance in a properly portable package.
Portable Bluetooth speakers are all the rage these days, with examples coming from well known audio brands like Jawbone and Kitsound to relative newcomers like Beacon and BassBuds. Today, we’re looking at a a speaker from an even lower profile manufacturer, Xenta.
Squint a little while looking at these Bluetooth headphones and it wouldn’t be hard to see the NSEA Protector spaceship from Galaxy Quest. It’s hard to imagine that headphones that looked so good would also only cost £50.
QPAD, as its name implies, is traditionally a mouse mat manufacturer. These days though, you can’t be a one trick pony – you need to diversify; and that’s what QPAD is doing, branding itself out into the headset game. This latest offering, the QPAD QH-90, features a stark white colour scheme, super soft padded leather cushioning and a detachable microphone.
Steelseries produce a lot of gaming peripherals. That’s been their focus for a long time. But these days it’s not all about the giant gaming cans with the big boom mic. It’s about mobile phone gaming on the move – which means looking cool while doing so. While I’m not going to ever look cool wearing any pair of headphones, perhaps the Steelseries Flux can help me out a little bit.