If gets too noisy, the Buds auto switch to an internal microphone that picks up your voice from inside your head.
Once you start the app on the iPad, it automatically connects to the server software on the Mac.
The game encourages you to play in the dark.
Oppo's K1 has brought a super amoled screen and in-display fingerprint scanner to the sub Rs17k bracket.
The Crusher Wireless is an over-the-ear style Bluetooth headphone.
The 3.5mm connector is right angled so as to not interfere with your gaming session.
Earlier this year, Samsung stunned tech enthusiasts by showing off a working, production-ready device with a foldable display.
The Boost capsules are as much a style statement as they are functional.
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