Imagine a self-power really powerful stereo system enclosed in a vintage suitcase. That’s exactly what a BoomCase (from $550) is. The BoomCases work with any device with a headphone jack, so they are the perfect solution for your next beach party. In addition to running on batteries, The BoomCase can also be plugged in when the party goes inside.
You can buy one at the BoomCase Store.
While everyone is focusing on the beautifully designed Clear, our choice for this week is Deck ($1.99), a great way to play your iPod on your iPad. It has a super simple and minimal interface. And if you ask them for cool features, they will simply tell you that it doesn’t need them; it has big buttons.
You can buy in on iTunes.
The SoundLink Wireless Mobile speaker ($299) is Bose’s response to the successful Jawbone Jambox. While the actual speaker comes in black, you can spice it up by purchasing a colorful cover for $29. If you think your Jambox volume and quality isn’t enough, though it comes with a higher price tag and a bigger size, the SoundLink Wireless Mobile speaker could be a good upgrade.
You buy yours on Amazon
Back to back posts for audiophiles. These black ceramic speakers by Joey Roth ($360) are a limited edition of his more famous white ceramic speakers ($495). These speakers not only are absolutely gorgeous, but they have an audiophile-worthy sound as well. This is pure awesomeness born by the combination of the combination of ceramic, wood, and cork.
You can find them for the next 3 days on Fab.com (this link is an invite that will allow you to subscribe).
Let’s start this new blog with my (early) Christmas present. The V-Moda Crossfade LP2 ($199) is the newest edition of the V-Moda Crossfade LP, featuring a much improved audio signature and a minimalist design with virtually no V-MODA branding.
If you are on the market for a good looking pair of headphones, that cost less than the Beats by Dre and sounds better, the Crossfade LP2 are what you are looking for.
Available on V-Moda