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Siemens miniTek streams audio to Hearing Aids via Bluetooth

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

Siemens has announced its new miniTek, a small black box that works with Siemens hearing aids. The setup is simple, you just hook up the transmitter to your TV, stereo, phone, music player, or PC via Bluetooth or 3.5mm jack.

Then the device will be able to wirelessly stream stereo audio to you for up to five hours at a time. You can even use it to answer phone calls. This should make many hearing impaired folks very happy.

Scosche motorMOUTH II Handsfree Audio Car Kit

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2010

Scosche has released the motorMOUTH II Bluetooth handsfree car kit and streaming audio receiver. The device plugs into your vehicle’s AUX input for hands-free conversations. It will stream audio from any A2DP device.

Built-in motorMOUTH DSP echo cancellation technology makes sure you get a crystal clear conversation even when the kids are fighting in the back seat. It comes with a Y-adapter in case you don’t want to use Bluetooth.

Jabra unveils new Go 660 Bluetooth headset for mobile and office use

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on September 28th, 2010

If you are in a business where you are on the phone a lot whether you are in the office or out of the office your day can be much smoother and less of a pain in the neck literally with a headset. Jabra offers headsets for mobile users and for use with phones in the office as well. The latest headset from the company can be used with your mobile phone and your soft phone on the computer.

The headset is called the Jabra Go 660 and it ships with a USB Bluetooth adapter called the Jabra Link 320 that lets you use the headset for VoIP chats in the office or home. The headset also links to your Bluetooth mobile phone as well. The mic has noise-cancelling tech dubbed Noise Blackout with dual mics.

Beltone unveils Truth hearing aid with Bluetooth and more

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on August 19th, 2010

Beltone is the maker of all sorts of hearing aids for the hearing impaired. The hearing aids that the company makes are small and easy to hide for those worried about other people seeing them. Beltone has unveiled a new line of hearing aids called True.

This hearing aid does all the normal stuff a hearing aid is supposed to do like make conversations easier to hear. The device also has Bluetooth technology integrated as well. That Bluetooth tech can be used to connect to any Bluetooth phone.

Thanko Bluetooth Handset Digital Watch

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2010

The folks at Thanko are always thinking. Sometimes that’s good, sometimes bad. Their latest creation is geared toward those who need both a Bluetooth handset and a watch and don’t mind an ugly hunk of plastic on their wrist.

The Bluetooth Handset Digital Watch from Thanko features a large LCD display that will show your basic call information, the time, and battery status. To make/receive a call, just pull it off your watch and put it in your ear.

Earloomz NBA Bluetooth Headsets

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on June 20th, 2010

The NBA Championships may be officially over, but you can still show your devotion to your favorite team. You can get either the Celtics version of this Bluetooth Headset or the Lakers version. The company is offering two designs for each team, with each model costing $59.95.

Each headset will use Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR with noise cancellation and last number redial. And if you weren’t a fan of either team, they will be announcing the full line of NBA headsets on July 4th, so there will be something for everyone.

Sony Ericsson VH410 and VH110 GreenHeart Bluetooth Headsets

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on June 5th, 2010

Sony Ericsson has announced a pair of new Bluetooth headsets in its GreenHeart line, the VH410 and VH110. Both are made from recycled plastics and finished with water-based paint. The headsets come in environmentally friendly and small packaging to reduce waste. It’s all about the environment.

The VH410 uses noise cancellation technology and can connect to two cell phones at the same time. The VH110 comes with three earpieces and delivers up to 10-hours of talk time. The Sony Ericsson VH410 and VH110 GreenHeart will be available on August, 2010.

Sound ID 510 Bluetooth headset gets its own iPhone app

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on May 25th, 2010

There really is an app for everything on the App Store for the iPhone. A new Bluetooth headset from Sound ID called the Sound ID 510 has debuted that claims to be the first to use an iPhone app.

The headset looks like your typical Bluetooth device. It has a touch sensitive control for volume rather than buttons you need to press. Battery life is claimed to be up to five hours of talk time and the device ships with the RealComfort ear loops.

Citizen releases new Bluetooth-enabled watches

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2010

Citizen Japan has introduced the I:Virt M series TM84-0351V and TM84-0352V Bluetooth-enabled watches in the Japanese market. With these watches, you can read e-mails up to 210 characters directly on the watch, as well as control your cell phone’s volume, accept or reject calls, display your cell phone’s battery level and be notified of incoming calls.

Both watches are capable of magnifying the text up to 14pt from its original size. The Citizen TM84-0351V sports a leather band, while the Citizen TM84-0352V sports a stainless steel band.

Low energy Bluetooth 4.0 by 2011

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2010

Bluetooth 4.0 will arrive by early 2011 thanks to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group. It will target products that consume lower energy which would benefit more from a power-saving protocol than a high-speed protocol. It will feature a powerful low energy mode designed to enable expansion of the technology in m-health, sports and fitness, security and home entertainment where button-cell battery devices are plentiful.

BT 4.0 products should ship in late 2010 or early 2011, and things like Bluetooth watches will really benefit from this.

Bluetooth Landline Phone adapter

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2010

Do you still have a landline? Want to talk on it wirelessly? Now you can. If you have a Bluetooth headset, then the Bluetooth Landline Phone Adapter will let you connect it with your Bluetooth headset, and talk on your landline phone. Only $40.

Just hook it up in back of your telephone. It lets you connect up to 8 devices at one time and can be hooked up to your PC using a 3.5mm cable, allowing you to switch your headset between your PC and the phone.

Novero Lexington Bluetooth headset is for dudes

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on February 17th, 2010

MWC is always a hotbed of new products ranging from hardware and components to handsets and accessories for mobile phones. This year a bunch of accessories have been seen including the latest Bluetooth headset from Novero that is aimed at men.

The headset is called the Lexington and has an understated black with brushed steel design. The device has a stainless steel clip to connect it to a shirt pocket when not in use. Novero ships the Lexington with a charging carry case.

Cardo unveils scala rider G4 Bluetooth intercom

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on February 2nd, 2010

Motorcycle riders who ride with a passenger often need to talk to the other person to pass the time or to take a break. Without an intercom, the only way to do this is by yelling really loud or tapping the other person on the shoulder.

Cardo Systems has unveiled a new Bluetooth intercom system for motorcycle riders called the scala rider G4. The device allows up to four people to use the intercom in full duplex mode. The intercom has a wireless range of up to a mile.

Steering Wheel Bluetooth MP3/FM Car Kit

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

This isn’t the first Bluetooth Steering wheel attachment that we’ve seen, but the Steering Wheel Bluetooth MP3/FM Car Kit is a good idea to keep your hands free, thus keeping you a tad safer.

The device features Bluetooth, wireless audio, and functions just like a wireless headset. It even plays MP3s and can broadcast them to your car’s speakers using its FM transmitter.

Nio Bluetooth gadget guardian ships in America

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on November 27th, 2009

niobluetoothThieves suck. You should be able to track down the people who steal your stuff and kick them repeatedly in the gonads. A new antitheft device that uses Bluetooth called Nio is now available in the US for purchase through Amazon.

The Nio tags can be used to protect all sorts of electronic devices like mobile phones, laptops and the data on the devices. The tags can be set with a security zone of up to 80 feet and when the devices move more than the set distance apart both the tag and the device it is protecting produce an audible alarm.