While it doesn't live up to its billing as "the world's smallest audiophile Bluetooth speaker," the Monster SupersStar has some nice attributes, including a slim, splash-resistant design and built-in speakerphone.
The new over-the-ear model with active noise cancellation is aimed at folks who want a more premium -- and exclusive headphone -- than a pair of $300 Beats.
For smartphone owners who crave both active noise canceling and Bluetooth wireless audio, the Nokia Purity Pro by Monster is worth its steep price.
While in sound quality the Monster iSport Intensity earphones are a step down from the noise-isolating Immersion models, they offer good sound and a comfortable, secure fit with an open design that will appeal to folks who don't like having eartips jammed into their ears.
The Katana allegedly offers mind-blowing sound for a compact Bluetooth speaker. It can also be upgraded to be a multiroom audio system.
The Monster ClarityHD Micro is a very good little Bluetooth speaker, but it's only worth buying if you can get it for less than $125.
The iSport Immersion headphones rank among the best wired in-ear sports headphone models out there in terms of fit and sound quality.
While the Monster Inspiration headphones aren't a bargain, their combination of excellent sound and solid build quality, plus a decent accessory package, makes them worth a long look if you're considering a full-size pair of headphones in the $250 to $300 price range.
The Monster Digital Daytona will give you a typical solid-state drive experience both in terms of performance and cost.
The Monster Digital Le Mans will turn your hard-drive-based computer into one with much better performance, but at a price you shouldn't pay for.