2013 In Wireless Technology



Technology has evolved at an alarming rate, making all sorts of things from finding directions to sharing music quick, easy and in some cases, possible! The rapid progression of technology has given companies and individuals alike the capacity to do things that simply weren’t feasible a few short years ago and no doubt further advancements will continue to delight, surprise and astonish in the near and distant future. Technological transformations are characteristic of the industry and are what help to keep it moving forward, with analogue to digital and more recently 3G to the all-new 4G being just a couple of examples.

Technology has evolved at an alarming rate, making all sorts of things from finding directions to sharing music quick, easy and in some cases, possible!  

The rapid progression of technology has given companies and individuals alike the capacity to do things that simply weren't feasible a few short years ago and no doubt further advancements will continue to delight, surprise and astonish in the near and distant future.

Technological transformations are characteristic of the industry and are what help to keep it moving forward, with analogue to digital and more recently 3G to the all-new 4G being just a couple of examples.

The rise of wireless technology

Many of these technological innovations become vastly popular, not least because they offer something new and exciting that promises to drive the industry forward and benefit companies and individuals in both a business and leisure sense.

Something that has really taken off in the recent past is wireless technology, so with this in mind here are a few of the best wireless technologies 2013 has seen so far.

'Speakerless' headphones

A hot topic for 2013 in the technology industry is wearable technology and while most major technology players have some form of wearable device in their product range, Sound Band™ has taken innovation to new heights.

Sound Band is a wireless headset that does away with speakers completely, using surface sound technology to transmit sound to the user's ear canals instead. The absence of speakers leaves the user's ears unblocked and entirely open to the sounds of the outside world, allowing them to multi-task and making everyday activities that bit easier.

How does surface sound technology work? The first thing to know is that the wireless headset connects to devices like smartphones using Bluetooth. Secondly, tiny vibrations are sent through the backs of the ears, which lands on the inner ear, allowing users to take a phone call or listen to music without blocking outside noise.

Innovative wireless headphones

Another revolutionary product to grace the shelves this year is Muzik Headphones, a pioneering creation that allows users to share, discover and control music at the touch of a button on two of the biggest social networking platforms. They are the first and only intelligent headphone system, which wirelessly plays music from services such as Spotify thanks to a Bluetooth connection to a smartphone.

Established brands are also upping their game and are proving tough competition for the newer kids on the block. With remarkable battery playback of up to 28 hours, a 100 metre range and built-in volume control, high quality wireless Sony headphones eliminate any restrictions, giving users the freedom to roam around the house to their heart's content.

We particularly like the MDR-1RBT Bluetooth Headphones.

                                                       

Beats by Dr Dre Wireless Headphones

These may be a type of wireless headphone but Beats by Dr Dre deserve a category all to themselves. Beats headphones have taken the industry by storm and for very good reason. Top quality sound reproduction including powerful bass and high end notes will leave even the most seasoned audiophile struggling to find a single flaw in these incredible creations.

These Bluetooth headphones are not only rechargeable thus saving on batteries but are also compatible with most electronic devices for wireless enjoyment at home or on the move. Bothersome wires have been replaced with convenient earcup control which lets users answer phone calls, adjust volume and skip tracks.

                                                        

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