деньги в займ на карту

Archive for Bluetooth

Voice-Command Email for your Car with iLane

Posted in Automotive,Bluetooth,Smart Devices by Paul Patterson on November 6th, 2006

iLaneiLane is a hands-free and eyes-free solution for managing email messages and attachments, phone calls, SMS messages and calendar appointments while in transit using voice commands. The iLane device interacts directly with existing Bluetooth enabled handheld devices and vehicle audio systems or headsets.

iLane integrates with the audio system in your car to notify you as new messages arrive on your handheld device or smart-phone. Using voice commands you can then listen to a summary or the entire message, compose a reply, or forward an attachment. The iLane system can manage email messages and attachments, calendar requests and appointments, SMS messages and phone calls, all without taking your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road.

Upon entering your car, iLane will recognize your handheld device and control how incoming information is managed – based on your settings. This information is communicated to …

Gennum nXZEN VoIP Bluetooth Headset

Posted in Bluetooth,Skype,VoIP by Paul Patterson on November 3rd, 2006

Gennum nXZEN VoIP HeadsetGennum Corporation today announced the release of the nXZEN VoIP headset, the newest device in its family of Bluetooth products. The nXZEN VoIP headset combines Gennum’s nXZEN 5000 extreme noise-cancelling Bluetooth headset with the new nXZEN USB audio dongle into a Skype certified solution.

“As communication options continue to expand, with Skype and other broadband telephony providers gaining a substantial user base, the demand for wireless VoIP headsets is growing” said Gora Ganguli, Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Gennum.

The nXZEN VoIP headset system is a snap to setup as the nXZEN dongle eliminates the need to install Bluetooth drivers directly on one’s PC. The headset allows call, answer/terminate, and last number redial functions up to 33ft(10m) from the PC. The headset provides a full seven hours of talk time with 100 hours of standby.

Gennum is a Canadian designer, manufacturer, …

Motorola T605 Automotive Bluetooth Music System

Posted in Bluetooth,Motorola,News by Quagmire on November 1st, 2006

MotorolaMotorola has introduced a new hands-free system for automobiles that is designed to offer easy access to digital music and phone calls directly through the sound system in your car.

The Motorola Automotive Music & Hands-free System T605 allows users to use their Bluetooth-enabled Motorola phones or digital music players to stream audio wirelessly through the car’s speakers and take phone calls without moving your hands from the wheel. The T605 will pause your tunes when it detects that a call is coming in and resume the music when the call ends. The digital signal processing technology also detects increases in background noise and increases the volume as background noise increases. The T605 also features a jack for MP3 players that aren’t equipped with Bluetooth.

The new hands-free system is sure to make it easier for everyone who needs to apply cosmetics, scold kids, smoke cigarettes, …

Roll Your Keyboard With ElekTex Fabric

Posted in Bluetooth,Keyboards by Darrin Olson on October 25th, 2006

Elektex Fabrick KeyboardThe Elektex Fabric Keyboard is a go-anywhere keyboard that you can use with your mobile device to get a full-size QWERTY keyboard at your fingertips, literally, wherever you go.

The keyboard is made of fabric so it rolls up into something small enough to fit into your pocket, and runs off of 2AA batteries at one end. It uses wireless Bluetooth connectivity, so there is no wires to connect to your PDA or SmartPhone. The Elektex fabric keyboard has no moving mechanical parts like a standard keyboard and is very lightweight, coming in at only 68 grams.

Product Page [ELektex]

Tiny Black Pearl Mobile Phone

Posted in Bluetooth,Digital Audio,Mobile Phones by Darrin Olson on October 24th, 2006

Black Pearl GSMThe Black Pearl GSM from Haier weighs in at only 64g and is 3.5 inches at it’s longest point which makes this probably the smallest mobile phone I have seen (aside from Zoolander of course).

The Black Pearl GSM is comparable to the size of a lipstick case, and aside from the world phone GSM capabilities the tiny mobile device also contains an MP3 player, FM Stereo tuner, a voice recorder and a nice 1.1″ color OLED display at a 96×96 resolution.

With the small Black Pearl GSM, you can also transmit that FM signal, use it as a USB memory drive with it’s existing 128MB (it charges via the USB interface, by the way) and add additional storage up to 1GB with the Trans-Flash slot or use wireless Bluetooth to transfer your data from this small, almost thumb drive size mobile phone.

The Black Pearl …

iPod is Ultimate Stereo Remote with Belkin TuneStage II

Posted in Bluetooth,Digital Audio,iPod by Paul Patterson on October 12th, 2006

TuneStage IILooking for an easy way to listen to your iPod through your home stereo? The Belkin TuneStage II turns your iPod into the ultimate remote control so you can play the music from your iPod through your home stereo wirelessly via Bluetooth technology. You can have complete control over all iPod functions: change playlists, search for artists or individual songs, and adjust volume – all with the iPod click wheel.

Featuring advanced Bluetooth v2.0 technology, TuneStage II provides enhanced audio quality, improved rejection of interference, and lower power consumption. TuneStage II is fully backward-compatible with Bluetooth v1.2 and v1.1.

Some of the features of the TuneStage II include:

Bluetooth Version 2.0 with EDR
Access your playlists and all iPod features from up to 30 ft. away
Makes your iPod into a wireless remote
Up to 7 hours of playtime on a fully charged iPod3
Requires no batteries, …

On the Edge with Logitech diNovo Bluetooth Keyboard

Posted in Bluetooth,Keyboards,Logitech by Quagmire on October 3rd, 2006

Logitech diNovo EdgeI think it is time for me to get a new keyboard. Logitech today announced its new ultra-slim diNovo Edge Keyboard. The diNovo is a minimalist work of high-technology art. The diNovo is laser cut from a single, semi-translucent piece of black Plexiglas and set into a brushed-aluminum frame which is an anorexic ¾-inch thick.

The diNovo also breaks new ground in technology as it becomes Logitech’s first rechargeable keyboard. The diNovo also features an integrated touch-sensitive navigation and scroll panel, and includes embedded Bluetooth wireless technology.

The Logitech diNovo Edge keyboard is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning in November witha MSRP of $199.99 (USD).

diNovo Edge [Logitech]

Logitech Has the Edge with DiNovo

Posted in Bluetooth,Keyboards,Logitech,Mouse by Darrin Olson on October 3rd, 2006

Logitech Dinovo Edge DesktopDesktops are really becoming more popular as things are becoming more wireless in general. The new wireless keyboard and mouse combination from Logitech further enhances the move towards disconnected innovation, and is doing it with some style.

A really nice feature with the DiNovo Edge which is not common in other similar desktops is having mouse-like navigation on the keyboard. Anyone that has had their keyboard sitting on their lap while leaning back in their chair has encountered the incredible inconvenience of finding they need their mouse for something. Having the Logitech TouchDisc on the keyboard can eliminate the need for your mouse and let’s you lean back and relax a little while working.

Another nice feature is some of the “stealth” hot keys that are backlit and only visible when activated by touch, and then fade away. There is also a touch sensitive …