Treblab’s over-the-ear wireless headphones are great for blocking out background noise. They pack high-performance 40mm neodymium drivers, Bluetooth 5.0 with AptX, and active noise canceling tech. Plus, they can run for up to 35 hours on a charge. Save 20% with code GREENMONDAY20 in The Awesomer Shop (expires 12/15/19)
House of Marley’s wireless headphones offer enveloping sound from their 40mm hi-def drivers. They have memory foam ear cushions, Bluetooth 5.0, a 24-hour runtime, and USB-C quick charging. They’re made from sustainable wood, steel, recyclable aluminum, reclaimed hemp, organic cotton, and recycled plastic bottles.
Toss an extra speaker into your bag with ZeroLemon’s loud, but compact AmazingSound Bluetooth speaker. It fits just about anywhere, has a 4-watt output rating, and can play for up to six hours on a charge. Its IPX4 rating means it’s splashproof too. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
This bedside alarm clock uses a matrix of 121 RGB LEDs to display the time. It also works as a Bluetooth speaker, and can display colorful images and animations you program via a smartphone app. Available in white or black plastic, or wood. They also make a mini version.
Looking for the loudest Bluetooth speaker you can buy? The DiamondBoxx XL2 has a dozen amps and 14 speakers, that can crank out up to 660-watts continuous, or 1000-watts peak power with minimal distortion. It runs up to 20 hours per charge, and while it does have a carrying handle, it’s not exactly portable at 52 pounds.
Despite his scowl, the Dark Knight looks more adorable than ever as Tribe’s officially-licensed Batman Bluetooth speaker. The sonic superhero measures about 4″ tall, so it’s not gonna crank out huge volume, but Bats is small enough to tote in your backpack or bag every day.
The latest edition of Ion’s rugged party speaker adds a wireless Qi charging station on top. It punches out up to 120 watts of sounds, runs for up to 100 hours per charge, and is IPX5 water-resistant. It’s also got built-in wheels and a handle for easy transport.
Another retro keyboard from the makers of the Rymek has a design inspired by classic typewriters, with an art deco body, glossy finishes, and round keycaps. It also packs in a pair of JBL speakers, and has a built-in stand for holding a tablet. It’s still in the pre-pre-order stage, so we’re not sure when it will be available to purchase.
We already have a variety of options when it comes to mood lighting for inside the house. But if you want to light up the outside of your house as well, check out Lighting Ever’s iLux Smart Floodlights. You can control up to 50 of them at once using its app, no hub needed.
Marshall’s beefiest portable speaker offers up to 20 hours of play time on the go, while kicking out plenty of volume to keep the party going all night. It features Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, a sturdy carrying strap, and both front and rear drivers to produce a 360º soundfield.
It’s been 40 years since the Sony Walkman first came on the scene, and since been supplanted by CDs, MP3s, and streaming. But if you’re craving that old cassette tape sound, NINM Lab’s portable player/recorder has Bluetooth 5.0, so you can wirelessly send its sounds to a speaker or headphones. Sadly it’s not stereo.
Do you have an older car or sound system without Bluetooth capability? If it’s got a 3.5mm aux input jack, you can easily upgrade it with this compact gadget from TaoTronics. It also turns wired headphones into wireless ones, and has a built-in microphone for hands-free calling too.
These truly wireless earbuds not only offer up crisp sounds and big bass, they can run for up to 8 hours per charge, and are IP67 waterproof and dustproof, so you can wear them anywhere. They seal out external distractions with passive noise cancelling, and come with a charging case that adds 24 hours of power.
Get the sleek white look and pure wireless sounds of AirPods without the price with these bargain earbuds from AirSounds. They run for up to 4h per charge, and their charging case offers up to 8h of juice. Grab a pair today in The Awesomer Shop.
POW’s portable wireless speaker has a couple of nifty features: it can attach to the back of your smartphone using a magnetic mount, and its body is expandable, offering a fuller sound when you want it. The mount also includes a wallet module for times when you’re not carrying the speaker.
Fundian’s Power Vessel is a versatile mini Bluetooth keyboard. It works with PCs, iOS, and Android devices. It has a joystick, a d-pad, left and right bumpers, and left- and right-click mouse buttons. It also has a backlit keyboard and a 3.5mm input. It lasts up to 30h per charge.
Thomas & Darden’s Kube outdoor speaker has a 350W digital amplifier that allows it to pump out a bone rattling 122dB of sound. It also has a 35L insulated cooler compartment. It can connect via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or 3.5mm input. It lasts up to 50h per charge and has a USB charging port.
Camino Audio’s upcoming Star Wars Bluetooth speaker is a life-size bust of Darth Vader, complete with his chest computer and a clenched fist. Inside are two 2″ tweeters, two 2.75″ full-range drivers, and one 4″ woofer. It also has four 2.1A USB charging ports at the back.
Cavalier Audio’s Air is a Bluetooth speaker and device charger wrapped in a beautiful leather and wood case. It supports Amazon Alexa and can also connect via Wi-Fi to various streaming services. It also has a USB charging port. Sadly, it doesn’t have a 3.5mm input.
Based on the highly-advanced power armor from the wasteland, this blacked-out Bluetooth wireless speaker is sure to make a statement sitting on your desktop. It stands 7″ tall, and features a gesture control system, much like the one you’d find in a 6-figure BMW.
The Lenovo 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker is as thin and light as a smartphone. It’s just 0.43″ thick yet packs a battery that lasts up to 8h. It’s compatible with Siri and Google Assistant and pairs via Bluetooth 5.0, NFC and USB-C. Drops 3/2019 for $149. More here.
This high-fidelity audio system offers everything you need to fill a room with big and bold sound. It’s got six drivers, including dual 8″ subwoofers, 280 total watts of amplification, has a built-in AM/FM radio, and supports Bluetooth, 3.5mm, and digital optical inputs.
Klipsch’s stylish The Three Bluetooth speaker now comes with Google Assistant. Use it for voice control, connect to your smart devices and search for the weather, news and more. It still has the same room-filling stereo sound and mid-century modern design.