Braven’s claims of 12-hour battery life and mobile phone charging are certainly impressive; but can an open-air specialist make it in the crowded mainstream? I took the 705 for a test drive to find out…
The brand certainly does a good job of making their speakers look like a work of art, and while the Collage sounded pretty impressive, I wanted to find out whether IN2UIT’s £189 Filo speaker lived up to the same reputation.
It’s difficult not to like the Liberates. They look good, feel nice on your head, and the drums-and-bass-heavy sound they produce is appealing in short bursts. They are just really nice to use.
Twelve South has created the Compass 2 iPad stand with a level of compactness & portability that makes it easy to carry around with you.
Leading this charge is the eco-conscious House of Marley. The company’s portable Get Together speaker is predominantly decked out with sustainably-sourced bamboo, giving it a slightly retro, weather-beaten look – but does it manage to avoid sounding rustic?
Able to sit on a flat surface or extravagantly mounted on the wall like it’s a piece of modern art, the IN2UIT Collage is certain to add a touch of style to your home setup; albeit for an asking price of £399 which leaves it among stiff competition.
When USB cables started going mainstream in replacement of conventional plugs; giving your battery that extra juice it needed to get you through the day suddenly became a much more convenient task. There was no more carrying around a chunky plug