A swanky alarm clock and a miniscule speaker -- we take you through Soundfreaq's new audio tech.
Soundfreaq is showing its updated line of Bluetooth speakers at CES 2014, including the ultraportable 1.2-inch thick Pocket Kick.
The Soundfreaq Sound Kick portable Bluetooth speaker delivers good bang for the buck, with an attractive design and good performance for its size.
The Soundfreaq Sound Kick portable Bluetooth speaker is a good value, with an attractive design and good performance for its size.
The Soundfreaq Sound Step speaker dock throws in a little bit of everything with its low-profile, modern look; wireless Bluetooth audio; video out; USB charge port; remote control; FM radio; and compatibility with Apple's iPad, iPhone, and iPod.
As a low-profile spinoff of 2010's highly rated SoundFreaq Sound Platform, the SFQ-02 Sound Step delivers similar features at a lower price and is available now.
The Soundfreaq Sound Step offers everything you'd want in an all-in-one speaker dock, except great sound.
Apple's decision to move from the venerable 30-pin iPod/iPhone port to the new, smaller -- and incompatible -- Lightning connector is a good excuse to ditch charging docks altogether. It's time to go wireless.
A limited red and black edition of the Soundfreaq SFQ-01 Sound Platform iPod/iPhone speaker is available for preorder on Amazon.com and shipping in time for Valentine's Day.
Take a closer look at the red version of the Soundfreaq Sound Platform iPod/iPhone speaker.