Place your bets, folks. Which of these phablets will reign supreme in the battle of design, usability and productivity?
The Audiophiliac is shaken and stirred by the sound of these astonishing speakers.
The Audiophiliac checked out four of the best BT speakers, and found that their sound can't come close to matching wired speakers.
Kvart & Bolge's Sound Sommelier takes a decidedly fresh approach to high-end speaker design, at a price anyone can afford.
Whether you listen to death metal or nature documentaries, the Bowers and Wilkins B&W 685 S2s are an astoundingly good set of speakers and an excellent deal at this price level.
With so many premium portable Bluetooth speakers offering good design, good audio and loud playback, companies have turned to unique functionality to stand out in the crowd.
The Audiophiliac auditions the Sony SS-CS5 speaker, the least-expensive three-way bookshelf speaker you can buy from a major manufacturer.
Extreme audio is where the everyday compromises of reproducing the sound of music recede, and you start to see and hear why high-end audio is crazy expensive.
Using a combination of Bluetooth and your own Wi-Fi network, Pure's Jongo wireless multiroom speakers can play any audio streaming from a mobile device or computer throughout your home.
Priced at $349 a pair, the SKF-4800 speakers look and sound like a much more expensive speaker system.