Since Halloween is around the corner, I chose the Fangs vampire Headphonie to review. The Headphonie is an amplified speaker that you can connect straight to your smartphone, iPod, pad or tablet, handheld game console, portable MP3 or CD player. You wouldn't think that this little guy could produce much sound given the size but you would be surprised.
First I charged the Headphonie for about an hour as per instructions. Charging is simple by the way. Just plug it into your computer via the USB cable provided. After it charged I hooked it up to my iPhone and was pleasantly surprised. I could hear the video on my phone much better. This will be handy because my husbands car is so loud and sometimes I use the video on my phone to entertain my baby. Now we can actually hear what is going on instead of the car's muffler.
The real test for the Headphonie is if it can make the laptop be heard. I don't know what it is about laptops but their speakers are not that great. We would watch TV on the laptop and we are not able to hear it very well even though we were two feet away from the speaker. So once again I plugged Fangs in. This time I was shocked. I could hear the laptop crystal clear and I didn't even have it turned all the way up. Note: Laptop is not listed in the items you can use it with on the website.
I really enjoyed this Headphonie. The sound is incredible for such a small thing. I also love that it is small and very portable, it even fits in my purse which isn't that big.
On Mobi's website they have a variety of Headphonies you can pick from to suit your own style.
If you come back on Oct 27th to Nov 2nd, during The Trick or Treat Halloween Hop you will have a chance to win my gift package from Mobi that includes a Headphonie, Glomate Plus, and a Temp Talk Thermometer.
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