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Accessories Gadgets & Tech Reviews

AUKEY Bluetooth Speaker offers decent sound in a compact size

Martin Guay
[amazon_link asins=’B0761S2FCB,B01EQU3902,B0728F4YDL’ template=’ProductCarousel2′ store=’cryounfiltere-20′ marketplace=’CA’ link_id=’a7689300-6987-11e8-8342-0f2c8869ad01′] AUKEY is usually a synonym for accessories whether you are looking for your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop. AUKEY isn’t typically known for producing speakers thought! In this instance, I’ll show you the AUKEY Bluetooth Speaker! It packs a...
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Ghostek offers some pretty impressive headphones – soDrop 2

Martin Guay
I’ve used and tested many headphones over the last 2 years and soDrop 2 by Ghostek are good looking, comfortable and they actually sound really good. The soft leather feels to them for the headrest and the headphone muffs are really nice. This pair is...
Featured Gadgets & Tech

EarStudio turns wired headphones into wireless Bluetooth audio to delivers 24-bit studio-quality sound

Martin Guay
EarStudio from Radsone, the first Bluetooth audio receiver delivering 24bit studio-quality sound. EarStudio reached its Kickstarter funding goal of $20K in less than three days this past weekend as consumers snatched up early-bird pricing at $49. We’ve been seeing an increasing demand in the marketplace for...
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Xperia X Performance audio capability is off the chart!

Martin Guay
I’m listening to some music and I’m floored by the quality of the sound I’m hearing. This device has the ability to adjust the quality of the sound on the fly base on the type of headset connected to it, not only can it do...
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Android News & All the Bytes is a website where technology meets consumers. People can find reviews, tech information, news releases, gadgets and interesting topics. We delve into Android devices, gadgets, accessories, home automation and even gaming. You could say we are an all-around tech crew.The idea came around late 2015 to develop into what it is today. As you might note the name “Android News & All the Bytes” covers a variety of fun things.

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