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Beats headphones set the trend but now everyone’s wearing them. If you really want to be individual check these out Ludacris’s new headphone range. The appropriately named Soul headphones are set to increase the competition between celebrity endorsed headphones. Dr Dre has managed to lead the market with his Beats collection, but is it time for Dr Dre to step aside?
These headphones have been designed with some amazing features, including noise cancelling technology, pro-audio experience, and look stylish too. If your one of those people who goes and buys things they see in magazines, then you will be interested to know that Soul has been featured in the Stuff Magazine and T3 for best celebrity headphones.
If you are looking to buy Soul headphones, then go online to Currys.co.uk and PCWorld.co.uk as they are being exclusively being sold online for the next three weeks.They are currently priced at £269.99 for the noise cancelling on-ear headphones, so make sure you select the right one for you.
The market for headphones has been rapidly growing in recent years, making me wonder who will be the next celebrity to launch their own brand of headphones.
With smart phones, you never know what they will come up with next. Like who would have thought 10 years ago, that you could have mobile phones with touch screens? What with the growing concern about the environment it should come as no surprise that they have decided to go green with smart phones too.
A student from Middlesex University has designed a smartphone carved from a single piece of bamboo. Bamboo is a great material to use, as it grows so fast so you never really dent the supply of it. Although I’m sure the pandas won’t be too happy about this development. The smartphone has been named ADzero, and weighs around half that of an iPhone.
This android phone has caught the eye of financial backers, who have been more than happy to use funds to bring this smartphone onto production lines. They hope to launch the ADzero later on this year; however an exact date has not been mentioned.
Personally I quite like the look of this bamboo phone. Most phones are not used for more than a year, and I’m guessing before the year is up, this phone will have many stories to tell just by all the dents left on the cover.
If you want a mobile that isn’t the same as the other 100 people on the train, then you may want to give this phone a go.
Have you had your eye on the Samsung Galaxy S2, but didn’t want to get it in the standard black? Or do you want to surprise your Valentine with it? Well, luck is on your side, as Samsung have launched the Galaxy S2 in pink.
Start dropping those hints to your special person, but make sure you do it quickly, if you want it in time for Valentine’s Day. It is a bit of shame when products aimed at women are painted pink, with shiny stuff stuck to it, but for some people this is the ideal gift.
With an 8 megapixel camera, and crisp 4.3 inch screen, this phone really does make the perfect present. Not only is it slim but it is superfast too, with Android Gingerbread. The Samsung Galaxy S2 was voted the best phone of 2011, and comes in Black, White and now Pink.
You don’t see many different coloured mobiles these days, thanks to Apple’s iPhone leading the trend to only release Black or White mobiles, with many other brands following suit. But it seems like bright colours are making a comeback, what with Nokia releasing the Lumia 800 in Blue and Pink.
I’m not entirely sure how long this trend will last, but if you upgrade your mobile every year, you may as well make this year a colourful one.
If you’re interested in purchasing this mobile then you can get the pink Samsung Galaxy S2 from Phones4U, on an Orange, O2 or Vodafone contract. But order quickly if your want to get it in time for Valentine’s Day.