Ultimate Ears 100 Headphones Review – Design, Sharpness, and Comfort. Where’s the amazing sound quality?
Since I got my new iPod this September, I’ve had a brand new pair of pristine Apple headphones wrapped up sitting in the box: never used em’, haven’t planned on doing so. They’re not that bad, but seriously. Who wants to pay $30 for a semi-good pair of headphones when
Kensington's Hands-Free Visor Car Kit for iPhone is, as its name implies, a bluetooth speakerphone for your car's visor. It allows you to take and place calls without needing to hold your phone or wear one of those dorky Bluetooth headsets. It comes with two rechargeable battery packs that together give you a total of 20 hours of talk time.
The Kensington Windshield/Vent Car Mount with Sound Amplified Cradle for iPhone is a car mount that's specifically designed to be used with a turn-by-turn GPS navigation app. What makes this mount special is that the cradle acoustically amplifies your iPhone's speaker so that GPS instructions can be heard clearly. It comes with a windshield mount, vent mount, and four sets of rubber inserts that work with any iPhone, with or without a case.
The Surface Sound Compact is a flat-panel bluetooth speakerphone device that allows hands-free phone calls anywhere that you can bring it.
As the first product for the iPhone I’ve tested, I wasn’t too disappointed. The Tunecast® Auto is typical for cord-based FM Transmitters, and it comes equipped with Clearscan which is supposed to find an especially fuzzy channel.