Review: Native Audio Monocle

From the same people who brought us the nostalgic Pop Phone comes Native Audio’s Monocle. It’s a strange choice for a portable speaker, if you ask me. Reminds you of how they used to listen to music or answer calls back in the days… like a longggg time ago. ๐Ÿ˜€

Native Union Monocle

The Monocle is like having just half of your headset. You hold it close to your ear to listen to music. It might feel weird doing this, especially in this digital age when most audio devices are wireless, but you might like its other features.

This isn’t just a headphone, but it also serves as a speaker. That round metal at the back is used for volume control. Just turn the wheel to increase the volume and use this as a compact boom box.

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Review: NudeAudio Move S Portable Bluetooth Speaker

As much as possible, I stay away from gadgets that are clingy. ๐Ÿ˜€ You know, electronic devices that need to be connected to my smartphone, laptop or desktop using a wire/cable. That’s why audio devices like NudeAudio Move S, a portable Bluetooth speaker, highly appeal to me.

NudeAudio Move S portable Bluetooth speaker

The Move S is an ultra-portable speaker that allows you to play or stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device.

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Review: newKube MP3 Player

If you’ve been following this blog and you’ve read my past reviews, you’ll know that I’m an audiophile. I’m very picky when it comes to audio players and sound systems I buy and use, and I don’t mind spending a premium to get the quality I want. Thankfully, when it comes to listening to music while mobile, I can count on my newKube mp3 player.

newKube mp3 player in red and black

newKube is the smallest mp3 player I’ve seen so far and it’s super cute! When I finally got hold of this for my review (and a giveaway – read on!!), I was honestly unsure if it’ll deliver high fidelity sound because it was too fricking small. ๐Ÿ˜€ Didn’t they say to not judge a book by its cover? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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