VU Wireless Car Charging Mount, VU Solo give consumers new options for charging
Tylt unveiled two new wireless charging solutions, adding the VÜ Solo and VÜ Wireless Car Charging Mount to its lineup. The VÜ Solo is a wireless Qi charging base powered by Micro USB, keeping it compatible with existing smartphone and tablet charging blocks. Only a single Qi coil is in the base, but Tylt includes a Micro USB cable that contains its Alin positioning system to ensure the device makes contact at the correct point. Devices that require 1A to charge can use the base, which also features a non-slip surface and suction base. Price for the VÜ Solo is set at $40.
Tylt to launch iPhone 6 family of battery cases, screen protectors in glass, plastic
Ahead of the retail release of the new family of iPhone 6 smartphones, Tylt has announced that it is coming out with three new products by the end of the year for the devices. Two different screen protectors are rolling out, including a new version of the Alin screen protector. While the standard plastic version will be available for around $20, Tylt is offering a glass version for the first time for $35. Both come with an alignment tool to ensure the correct fit.
Battery offers 2,000 mAh of power with an easy to read LED for capacity levels
Backup batteries are gaining ground as one of the devices that, for many users, must be carried around every day. With lives connected to smartphones and entwined with social media, many people end up facing a shortage in battery power from constant use. This means that consumers need to find a battery solution to fit their needs. But with so many options available on the market, which is the right one to choose? One possible solution is the Tylt Energi 2K. Is the 2,000 mAh battery right for all consumers? Find out in our review.
Will the Tunz crank the tunes, or disappoint?
Every company that can design an enclosure and cram some speakers into it is vying for the eye of music aficionados. There is no end in sight for the numerous configurations of Bluetooth-enabled speakers for those that need something greater than the sound a mobile device offers -- at some point the market will hit maximum saturation. Until then, companies like Tylt (pronounced 'tilt') will throw their hat into the ring with devices like the Tunz Speaker. Does this speaker easily join a field full of mediocre sounds? Or will their Bluetooth offering rise with the cream to the top? Check our review to find out.