Jabra’s Elite Sport Truly Wireless Headphones are a bold first foray into truly wireless sports headphones, but they’re held back by number of minor issues.
Rakuten Kobo’s Aura One Limited Edition e-reader wants to compete with the Kindle Oasis, with 32GB of storage and a few new software tricks up its sleeve. While it isn’t quite up to the task, it still has a lot to offer certain readers.
Bang & Olufsen’s most affordable multi-room speaker is a strong value.
You’ll likely be happier with a pair of Apple AirPods.
These headphones sound great, but come up lacking in other areas.
While these sleek little earbuds might look like something out of a spy movie, they sound like something better left in audio’s distant past.
The Jaybird Run are weather-resistant and packed full of functionality. That they provide all of this at a reasonable price makes them an excellent choice.
These truly wireless headphones attempt a lot, but only do some of it well.
The SoundSport Free provide equal helpings of excellent sound and situational awareness, making them a great choice for athletes.
They may be expensive, but their sound is worth every penny.
B&W’s first noise-cancelling headphones sound so good that you’ll happily to live with their quirks.
The All-New Kindle Oasis is bigger than the original, waterproof, and beautiful to read.
This diminutive device as good as some speakers twice its size.
While not indestructible, this Kindle competitor can survive being submerged in water.
Audiophiles might blanch at the presence of a single full-range transducer, but we have no complaints about its performance.