Logitech’s Ultimate Ears brand has created a number of notable wireless speakers, but their newest speaker may take the bluetooth wireless speaker world in a completely new direction with its UE BOOM.
The UE BOOM is being dubbed the first-ever social music player as its the first stereo speaker to offer 360-degrees of sound in a battery-powered device, which features a 15-hour rechargeable battery. The UE BOOM is completely versatile as it’s shaped and wrapped in an acoustic skin that is both water and stain resistant, and is also made for connecting with others. Party goers who have more than one UE BOOM available will be able to connect them together through the free UE BOOM app available on iOS and Android. The UE BOOM app allows two speakers to play in either stereo-to-stereo mode or in the traditional left/right stereo mode.
The UE BOOM will be made available in the U.S. and Europe starting in May 2013 for a suggested retail price of $199.99. Just in time to take advantage of all of the summer parties you’re totally going to be attending this year.
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Microsoft unveiled its Xbox One just a few days ago, although soon after its unveiling, more questions came up than answers such as when it’ll be released, and what exactly is going to happen if you play a used game. With so many questions circulating Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox, certainty is something we’re sure we all need at this point.
If you decide you’re going to be picking up the Xbox One later this year, you’re going to need to know what its game box will look like, or you could find yourself staring at Xbox 360 game boxes wondering where the Xbox One games are. The box design for Xbox One titles has been confirmed today by Major Nelson, who published an box-art mage of the newly announced Forza Motorsport 5.
The Xbox One game box deisng is similar to the Xbox 360′s, but the Xbox One logo is now centered above the game’s box art and the side of the box has a grey strip along with the game’s logo. We’re not sure if all Xbox One games will have the same grey strip for all of its games as the Xbox 360 game box design has the Xbox 360 logo at the top, with the rest of the side used to promote the game’s own box art.
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