If you create videos on your computer or tutorials for youtube or use Skype and want a good microphone headset for yourself then the Logitech H760 wireless headset may be the fit for you. It’s a new product from Logitech, it’s light weight, compact and stylish looking.
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Sony have launched two new additions to their bluetooth headphone range this week. Both the DR-BT100CX (in-ear style) and DR-BT101 (overhead style) feature Sony’s noise cancelling technology which we were able to recently test out in their superbly comfortable MDR-XB700.
But unlike the MDR-XB700, bluetooth headphones as you can imagine are wire-free, much more convenient to use and to put away when not needed. Additionally, both the DR-BT100CX and DR-BT101 will offer up to 12 hours of wireless play time before another recharge via USB.
Full press release to follow after the jump…
How much do you fancy the design of the latest third generation iPod Shuffle? My opinion is the design is great on the outside (and inside) but the controls are annoying and I wouldn’t fancy using Apple’s earphones for the whole lifetime of the Shuffle. Yes, there are alternative accessories to bypass this but that means paying more and why should we bother when Apple’s designers should really be giving us more choices?
A massive unboxing gallery of the iPod Shuffle thanks to Appleinsider…
The latest iPod Shuffle is tiny and an innovation, with virtually no controls at all on the music player itself. All music controls have been moved and integrated into Apple’s earphones, its not the simpliest to use if you think about it. So here’s a summary of the different clicks, and double clicks and center clicks, etc… you need to remember if you’re planning on getting the new third generation iPod Shuffle.
If you haven’t heard about the new third gen iPod Shuffle yet, watch the video below (its Apple’s promo video, but its not bad!)…