Whether you are aware of it or not, we are bombarded everyday by harmful radiation coming especially from our mobile devices. Imagine being inside a microwave and slowly being cooked alive without us knowing. While effects of radiation exposure (like Glioma, lower sperm count for males, pregnancy risk, memory loss, headache, fatigue and increase risk for Alzheimer disease to mention a few) are still heavily debated. There is no denying the studies supporting these effects are piling up. The growing concern of consumer product manufacturers are evident on the increasing number of Anti-Radiation products like Vest Tech. On the recent Digits Trading presentation of Cool Summer Tech Accessories, the Vest Tech items got my attention. I got a chance to try their Vest Anti-Radiation Air Tube Headset. The hallow tube construction of the headset are designed to cut radiation by 98% and still promises to deliver excellent sound quality.
I normally don’t go with on-ear headphones when I travel since they tend to be huge and a space hog. But since I got an Urbanears Tanto before (which was already discontinued), I didn’t mind since it was light yet has really distinguishable sound quality. Unfortunately, that one got lost in one of my trips. Then a Marshall Major FX landed on my hands as a christmas gift. Who am I to refuse such a good looking headphones? I still have my portable earphones with me but I managed to use this on my travels as well. Marshall already has the latest Major II model out but the classic Major, considered as the original is still widely available.
The NudeAudio Move S is as nude as any bluetooth speaker can be. Stripped out of any bells and whistles, it is straight out a basic bluetooth speaker that’s made to be affordable and portable. I’ve been using the NudeAudio Move S for some time and took it with me on a couple of trips. Can this finally be the ultimate travel speakers?
Stylish. Fashionable. Portable. NudeAudio is a new-generation bluetooth speakers that’s simply chic but doesn’t compromise on audio quality. Digits Trading recently unveiled the availability of these speakers in varying sizes and functions including the black collection. Their first bluetooth speaker designed for home – the Studio 5, also put under the spotlight. I only got to see and inspect the build. Aside from the sleek design and clean lines, so far I’m liking how portable and durable the speakers are. I thought it would definitely be handy for travel. So far here the available models and their prices. Will be reviewing one of the models soon and let you know how they are.
A tough yet handy brick-like speaker yet heavy on sound. The Braven 625s is a ruggedly handsome bluetooth speaker that I recently brought in my 20-day long TravelMindanao trip. It amplified our favourite music while working on our travel updates (or outdoor laundries) and even enrich our movie watching experience from our laptops.
Among the iPod lines, it seems that the Nano, which sits in the middle of the pack had made some drastic changes both in shape and features. Now here comes the 5th Generation iPod Nano and built into it are new features like the Video Recording and the FM Radio which are not yet present in the current generations of iPods. Apple Philipines distributor was kind enough to send in a test unit to play around with for a while. I took the Nano up on a long road trip up north to rough it out in the Ifugao Mountains.