With its OnePlus 3, OnePlus has a lot to deliver on. Its first-ever flagship hit the ball out of the park, and the follow-up carried on the tradition – if we want to ignore the lack of NFC (which we don’t). Does the OnePlus 3 continue the company’s tradition of releasing great smartphones at their respective price-points? You bet it does.
Unless you’re Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters, I think it’s safe to say that everyone owned a rubber duck at some point in their life. This however, is not your average rubber duck. This is a Bluetooth rubber duck that is a teaching toy, companion, music player, and even a tub-time friend! Meet Edwin The Duck.
We live in a portable world. Everything must be portable. Too often, compromises are made to accommodate this demand of portability, and that holds true especially when it comes to audio. Braven is no stranger to portable audio, but its latest creation might be its best yet. Can you really have it all in a portable speaker? Let’s find out if the Braven BRV-XXL can allow us to answer “yes”.
If you’re looking for a Bluetooth speaker system to blast some tunes while on the go, you’re likely looking for something compact, but can also provide good sound and a long battery life, as well as durability that’ll take life’s bumps. Even though it’s not without its shortcomings, we think we’ve found one in the Ultimate Ears BOOM 2.
When a smartphone vendor comes along and offers its latest option as a “flagship killer”, it doesn’t exactly leave much room for leeway: it’s either going to be accurate, or off the mark. On paper, the OnePlus 2’s case seems to be solid, so let’s take a hard look at it and see if its promises are lived up to.
|A Real Flagship Killer: OnePlus 3 Smartphone Review||Rob Williams||July 18, 2016||Mobile|
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|A Review Of The Braven BRV-XXL – An Immense Speaker With Portability To Match||Tom Roeder||May 26, 2016||Audio & Media, Mobile|
|Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 Wireless Speaker Review||Ryan Perry||March 4, 2016||Audio & Media, Mobile|
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