Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Best Gadgets for Music Lovers

The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, the largest expo of its kind, is winding down after a crazy week. TThe annual Las Vegas extravaganza occupied the space of 35 football fields and boasted nearly 3,000 exhibitors.

Smartphones, tablet, smart car, Internet TVs, robots and much, much more decked the halls of the convention center. There was something to be found for everyone, from the talk-a-holic to the audiophile. Speaking of music: We've rounded up the best gadgets and accessories for music lovers.
mRobo Ultra Bass

For the person who has everything, the TOSY Robotics mRobo Ultra Bass is an mp3 player and dancing robot. As soon as you've loaded it up with 2GBs of mp3s, simply press play and voila! You've got an 18-inch-tall dancing humanoid.


There's no price or release date for these iHip headphones, but with their pink, purple or leopard bedazzling they certainly have the pint-sized "Jersey Shore" star's name all over them. According to The Huffington Post's own Jason Gilbert, Snooki appearanced at the iHip booth to promote the gaudy cans, creating one of the most popular attractions at the expo.

Eton Rukus Boombox

Eton's Rukus is a portable, solar-powered speaker that wirelessly connects to your tablet, smartphone or computer and is "virtually indestructible." 
i'M Watch

The i'M Watch is a smartwatch that connects wirelessly to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Use the touchscreen to answer calls, check your calendar and stream music. 
Sony Walkman Z1000

This Android-powered media player is being described as a smartphone -- minus the phone. It runs Android 2.3 and packs a Tegra 2 processor, a beautiful 4.3-inch display, S-Master MX sound tech and xLoud compact integrated speaker technology. 
SYNC by 50 Wireless Headphones

This SMS Audio, 50 Cent collaboration boasts passive noise-cancellation, super comfy ear pads and wireless connectivity with a 50-inch range. 
Klipsch Console
For a long time the prerogative of home audio designers seemed to be to make systems that were as small and unassuming as possible. Klipsch is apparently not so interested in unassuming. According to The Next Web, the Console sound system is "loud (to the point of painful), clear and accurately reproduces sound across a wide spectrum of frequencies." Best of all, even with super deep bass, courtesy of 12-inch drivers, there's zero vibration. Note the wine glass perched atop the condole.

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