Creative Aurvana Ace 2 Review – xMEMS Solid State Driver Earbuds
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Creative Aurvana Ace 2 Review – xMEMS Solid State Driver Earbuds

The Creative Aurvana Ace 2 are the latest true wireless earbuds from Creative, building upon the original Aurvana Ace with some key upgrades. These include improved adaptive hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC), additional audio codecs, and a new translucent black and copper colour option. Related Reviews Creative Aurvana Ace 2 vs Aurvana Ace Specification Specification…

Creative Zen Air Pro Review – Affordable ANC Earbuds with LC3+ Audio
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Creative Zen Air Pro Review – Affordable ANC Earbuds with LC3+ Audio

The Creative Zen Air Pro are the latest true wireless earbuds from Creative, featuring active noise cancellation (ANC), long battery life, Bluetooth 5.3 and customisable touch controls via the Creative app. The main difference between the Zen Air Pro and the Zen Air Plus is the LC3+ codec, which claims to have higher robustness against…

Creative Unveils New Pebble X Desktop Speakers with RGB Lighting and Beefed Up Audio
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Creative Unveils New Pebble X Desktop Speakers with RGB Lighting and Beefed Up Audio

Consumer electronics company Creative has announced the launch of two new desktop speaker systems under its popular Pebble lineup – the Pebble X and Pebble X Plus. Sporting RGB lighting, upgraded audio components and sleek designs, the speakers aim to appeal to users looking for an immersive audio-visual experience on their desks. Enhanced Audio Performance…

Creative Zen Hybrid Pro SXFI Headphones Review
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Creative Zen Hybrid Pro SXFI Headphones Review

The Creative Zen Hybrid Pro is the latest wireless headphone from Creative. It comes in three versions: The key specs are otherwise the same across the models in terms of driver size, battery life, Bluetooth connectivity etc. The bundles add functionality through the transmitters. Creative Zen Hybrid Pro vs Classic vs SXFI Specification Design The…

Creative Zen Air Dot Review – Budget Open Fit Earbuds
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Creative Zen Air Dot Review – Budget Open Fit Earbuds

The Creative Zen Air Dot was announced a few months ago and is the most affordable true wireless earbuds Creative has at a bargain price of just £30. These differ from the Creative Zen Air by having an open-fit design without silicon ear tips, similar to the Apple AirPods. At just 7g per earbud, they…

Creative Stage SE Soundbar Review – Nothing better at the price
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Creative Stage SE Soundbar Review – Nothing better at the price

Following on from my review of the excellent Creative Sound Blaster Katana SE, I have been checking out the Stage SE. This is a compact and affordable soundbar designed to sit below your monitor and enhance the audio from your laptop or desktop PC. It is a basic soundbar that lacks many of the features…

Creative Sound Blaster Katana SE Soundbar Review – RGB soundbar with USB and HDMI Arc connectivity
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Creative Sound Blaster Katana SE Soundbar Review – RGB soundbar with USB and HDMI Arc connectivity

Creative announced the Sound Blaster Katana SE in June, which sits between the Katana V2 and V2X in pricing. Unlike the other Katana soundbars, Creative have condensed all the speakers into the soundbar itself, omitting the need for a dedicated subwoofer and increasing the driver size and power to allow this soundbar to achieve impressive…

Creative Launches Live! Meet 4K – A UHD Conference Webcam with Auto Tracking

Creative Launches Live! Meet 4K – A UHD Conference Webcam with Auto Tracking

Creative Technology has just released an exciting new webcam called the Creative Live! Meet 4K, designed to provide stunningly clear video for virtual meetings, classes, and creative projects. With its 4K UHD resolution, wide-angle field of view, and intelligent auto-framing, the Creative Live! Meet 4K aims to transform online communication into vivid, face-to-face-like experiences. At…

Sound Blaster Katana SE announced for £300 with improved mid-bass drivers eliminating the need for a subwoofer

Sound Blaster Katana SE announced for £300 with improved mid-bass drivers eliminating the need for a subwoofer

Creative has added to their family of Katana soundbars with the Katana SE. Unlike the existing Katana soundbars, this does not include a subwoofer. Instead, Creative has equipped this with much larger 109 mm (4.3”) mid-range drivers vs the 63 mm (2.5″) drivers on the other models. This should allow the soundbar to achieve excellent…

Creative Stage SE vs Stage vs Stage V2 Soundbars – A new affordable under-monitor soundbar
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Creative Stage SE vs Stage vs Stage V2 Soundbars – A new affordable under-monitor soundbar

Yesterday, Creative announced the Stage SE soundbar, which is designed to be small enough to fit under a monitor. It is on the affordable end of the spectrum, priced at just £70. Only the Creative Stage Air V2 is cheaper. Looking at the specification and price, it seems like a bit of an odd fit….

Creative BT-W4 Review – One of the first Bluetooth transmitter dongles with aptX Adaptive
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Creative BT-W4 Review – One of the first Bluetooth transmitter dongles with aptX Adaptive

I reviewed the Creative BT-W3 Bluetooth transmitter almost two years ago. The Creative BT-W4 is a refresh of that device, bringing the specification up to modern standards. This new Bluetooth dongle is one of the first on the market by a big brand to support aptX Adaptive, but this means that the older aptX LL…

HyperX Cloud II Wireless Review – Excellent low latency wireless gaming on the PS5 & PC
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HyperX Cloud II Wireless Review – Excellent low latency wireless gaming on the PS5 & PC

The HyperX Cloud II Wireless was launched last year, but the UK launch was announced until CES in January this year. These new headphones are essentially the same as the existing highly regarded wired HyperX Cloud II. But now they are wireless. These use a 2.4Ghz dongle for wireless connectivity, so no Bluetooth. The benefit…