iLuv Tatz Premium Headphones Arrive
Most of the headphones from iLuv have traditionally been on the more budget-minded end of the scale, but that is changing with the unveiling of the new Tatz line of high end headphones and earphones.
They’re not afraid to be quite bold with the designs either. The Tatz THP902 shown above come from the Impressionz series, featuring a loud red and blue color scheme. They’re said to offer “freakish powerful sound” for $89.99.
For the girls in the audience, they have the THO901 Tatz headphone option from the Broken Heartz series. Like the Impressionz version, you get nice foam padding for the earpieces and powerful speaker drives for the serious sound you desire. It’s ten bucks less at $79.99.
Technocel Ear Vibe Vibrating Stereo Headset
Maybe you’re not a fan of the larger DJ style cans, but you still want some extra thump to rattle your brain. If that’s the case, then Technocel might be the way to go.
The company is perhaps best known for its PowerPak portable battery and home charger combo, but this Technocel Ear Vibe stereo headset is quite notable too. They may look like any other set of earphones, but the key difference is that the earpieces “literally vibrate when your tunes hit the low frequency bass.”
This is meant to give you a subwoofer like experience in your ears. It’s also a full headset with an in-line microphone, so you can use it to take calls on your music phone too. The Ear Vibe will sell for $29.99 when it ships on January 15.
Mileage Tracker Tracks Your Mileage
For all the business folk in the audience, the device from Mileage Tracker could make your monthly expense reports a little easier. As its name implies, it will track the mileage you use while on business trips around town. This way, you can know exactly how far you traveled and, thus, how much your company owes you for said mileage.
The $189 device is about the size of a portable hard drive or a PSP, and it tracks each of your trips using GPS technology. These trips can be paused and all of the data is automatically exported as a detailed Excel spreadsheet.