If you’re looking to get your hands on a pair of gaming headsets, you might be pretty interested to learn that at CES 2020, JBL has announced their new range of Quantum gaming headsets where there will be seven different models for users to choose from, ranging from both wired to wireless models.
As more companies are starting to ditch the headphone jack, there is a rise in the creation of wireless headphones. However, the problem with wireless headphones is that they run out of battery, something that most wired headphones do not suffer from. However, it seems JBL is looking to solve that problem.
Some of you may remember the JBL Link Bar, the company’s Android-powered soundbar which was first unveiled at the Google I/O conference last year. It has been a very long wait for this product but it’s finally available for purchase. The Link Bar is a soundbar, smart speaker, and Android TV set-top box hybrid that costs $400.
#CES2019 – Headphones and the gym seem like they are a perfect fit, delivering fitness enthusiasts their dose of motivational music to run that last mile or to make that last heavy lift. However since we typically sweat a fair amount during our workouts, it means that our headphones need to be water-resistant to a certain degree.
You don’t need to purchase an expensive in-car accessory to get Google Assistant. JBL is offering a cheaper solution as part of the expansion of Google Assistant into its wide variety of products. The JBL Link Drive is one of those products, it brings the Google Assistant to your car.
#CES2019 – Wireless Bluetooth speakers are becoming increasingly common these days. This is largely thanks to the fact that handset manufacturers have started to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, which means that customers are in greater need of wireless audio more so than ever.
The JBL Link Bar was originally unveiled at Google I/O in May last year. This Android-powered soundbar is unique in that it comes with Google Assistant. It hasn’t come out as yet and those who have been waiting for it will be delighted to know that the company has confirmed when they will be able to purchase this device. The JBL Link Bar will go on sale in spring this […]
Speakers are a dime a dozen and chances are you’ve been through a couple of them over the years. For those who grew up in the 1970s, JBL’s L100 might have been the speaker of your dreams, but maybe you could never quite afford it. However if you are now enjoying adulthood with a source of disposable income, maybe it’s time to revisit the past.
Earlier this year JBL unveiled the Link Bar. This is a soundbar that also doubles as an Android TV and also comes with Google Assistant, meaning that it is essentially an all-in-one system that will not only enhance the sound from your existing TV, but gives it smart TV features, and also has a digital assistant that you can control with your voice.
Wireless headphones are definitely becoming more popular than they have ever been, largely thanks to how we’re seeing more handset makers ditch the headphone jacks, which means that customers need new ways of connecting headphones to their phones. We’ve seen some new models launch at IFA last week, but in case you wanted something more sporty, Under Armour has you covered.
Several months ago during Google I/O, JBL unveiled a new soundbar in the form of the JBL Link Bar. Now soundbars are pretty good solutions for those who want a set of speakers that won’t take up too much space, at least compared to regular home theater systems, which is what the JBL Link Bar offered and then some.
Earlier this year during CES 2018, JBL announced the Link View. This was a smart speaker with an 8-inch touchscreen display that also came with Google Assistant built into it, which seemed like Google’s way of taking on the Amazon Echo Show. The good news is that if this was something you were interested in, it looks like it is now available for pre-order.
Google today revealed that it has teamed up with JBL to develop a new hybrid soundbar that’s going to double as an Android TV-powered set-top box as well. It’s called the JBL Link Bar and it’s going to be an audio hub for the living room. Not only will it be the kind of soundbar that one would expect get from a company like JBL, it will also run Android […]
[CES 2018] When Amazon launched the Echo Show, it was almost a guarantee that we would see something similar from the competition. While Google has yet to respond in kind (we have heard that they are still working on it), some of Google’s partners have launched similar devices, like the Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant.