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New Belkin Routers now have apps included

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2010

Everything comes with apps these days, so why should your router be any different? Belkin is jumping on the app bandwagon by supplying apps with its new Play Max routers. The Belkin apps will help you do things like detect issues, play music or backup your data for you. The apps are accessible through the Belkin Router Monitor an on-screen network navigator.

For instance, the Memory Safe App can automatically back up photos and important files to an external hard drive attached to the router. There aren’t many apps at the moment, but they are available on the Belkin Play Max routers if your interested which start around $129.99

Belkin TuneCast Auto Live now shipping

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on January 26th, 2010

You might recall that I mentioned the Belkin TuneCast Auto Live iPhone and iPod FM transmitter way back in June of 2009. At the time, the device and its associated app for the iPhone and the iPod touch were expected to hit in the fall of 2009. For some reason the launch never happened.

Belkin announced today that it is now shipping the TuneCast Auto Live in North America for $79.99. In case you don’t remember, the device is a FM transmitter that automatically scans and finds the best station to transmit on in your area using the iPhone GPS system.

Belkin Home Base wireless USB sharing

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

The Belkin Home Base merges wireless networking and USB connectivity in one device, with a small footprint. This gives users a simple way to share up to four USB devices from a central location. The Home Base will also allow one of your external hard drives to act as a media server if you have a DLNA set up.

It’s compatible with devices like the Xbox 360 or Sony PS3. Super convenient. We told you about this way back in September, but now it’s just $66 at Amazon. Better grab one.

Belkin unveils Bluetooth Music receiver for iPhone

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on December 16th, 2009

belkinbluetoothiphoneThere is no shortage of accessories on the market for the iPhone and the iPod. There are a plethora of docks and cradles that let you play music through your car or home stereo. Most of the docks require the iPhone to be plugged into them though.

Belkin has announced a new Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver that uses Bluetooth to wirelessly stream music from your iPhone to the home stereo. The device has a wireless range of 33 feet and works with all generation iPhones and the 2ng generation iPod touch.

Belkin unveils new “for the cure” iPod cases

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on September 29th, 2009

belkincancercaseOne of the most popular charitable causes for companies to donate money to is cancer research. Belkin has announced new cases for the iPod touch that are being sold and part of the proceeds will be given to help find a cure for breast cancer.

Two cases are available; one is called the DualFit for the Cure and sells for $29.99. The case can fit on a users arm and has a clear screen protector. The material is reflective for nighttime use. The case also has a key pocket.

Belkin Home Base for wireless printing and file sharing

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2009

Belkin Home Base for wireless printing and file sharingThis is something that many of us have been waiting for. A box that adds all kinds of connectivity options to any networked PC, instead of making consumers purchase separate devices to add NAS capabilities and wireless print sharing.

This is that box. Belkin‘s Home Base handles everything. It includes four USB 2.0 sockets and an Ethernet jack. When connected to your home router, a printer and at least one external hard drive, any machine on the network instantly gets wireless printing abilities and network access to your USB HDDs. But that isn’t all. The Home Base can wirelessly backup your connected PCs by itself and it sports an automatic sharing feature so that you can send photos to Flickr without a care.

Belkin networking gear is 802.11n compliant

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on September 14th, 2009

belkin80211n-sbAfter a delay that felt like years, the IEEE finally ratified the 802.11n standard. This means that products can finally stop advertising the 802.11 draft N caveat and become fully 802.11n complaint.

Belkin wasted no time and announced that many of its existing products are already compatible and meet the 802.11n specifications. The compliant products include the N Wireless Routers and modem routers, the N+ Wireless router, N1 Vision Router, N Wireless Notebook Card, N Wireless USB Adapter, and more.

Belkin unveils headphone adapter for iPod shuffle

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on July 29th, 2009

belkinheadphoneadapter-sbThe big problem with the iPod shuffle for most users isn’t the small size or the fact that it has much less storage than more expensive iPod models. The big issue is that the shuffle has all the controls built into the headphones so you can’t just use any headphones you want.

Belkin has announced a new adapter cable called the Belkin Headphone Adapter that allows shuffle owners to ditch those junky stock headphones and use any set they want and still get full control of the player. The cable plugs in to the shuffle and the headphones plug into it.

Belkin unveils super fast powerline networking gear

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 23rd, 2009

belkinf5d4076-sbPowerline networking is a great way to get Internet connectivity to gear in your home that can’t access Wi-Fi and is too far from your router. Typical powerline networking systems are only capable of speeds around 200MB/sec.

Belkin has announced a new line of powerline networking gear that is five times as fast as those typical offerings with up to 1000Mbps of speed. The kit is called the Gigabit Powerline HD Started Kit and includes two adapters, one to connect to your router, and one to connect to your device.

Belkin announces new iPhone 3G S cases

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 16th, 2009

belkingripergoWith the iPhone 3G S coming there are a glut of cases coming to the market. If you are upgrading from the iPhone 3G, you really don’t need a new case, but who wants to put their shiny new phone into an old scratched up case?

Among the new cases that Belkin is offering are the Grip Cases and a line of BodyGuard cases. The BodyGuard cases aren’t available in North America for some unknown reason. The other cases are available now in America and Europe.

Belkin TuneCast Auto Live with iPhone App unveiled

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

belkintunecastgps-sbCases aren’t the only thing that Belkin is known for; the company also makes a full line of FM Transmitters for various MP3 and music phones. The FM transmitter is the only way for many people to enjoy their music from the iPhone or other device while driving.

Belkin has announced a new version of the TuneCast Auto Live FM transmitter today that is combined with a free iPhone application offering total control of the FM transmitter form the screen of the iPhone or iPod touch.

Belkin offers new iPod nano 4g cases

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

belkindripcase-sbBelkin offers more accessories for the iPhone and iPod than you can shake a stick at. One of the things that most iPhone or iPod owners do first is add a case to their device to protect it from drops and scratches during daily use.

Belkin has announced new iPod nano 4G cases in two series called the Belkin Micra and Fusion cases. All of the cases are available right now globally except for one pattern of the Micra case called Flow. The Micra cases offer textured graphics and are clear to allow the color of the iPod to be seen. The Micra line includes the Glam, Dusk, Chex, and Flow. All of the cases sell for $19.99 each.

Belkin intros new TuneBases

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2009

Belkin intros new TuneBasesBelkin has unveiled two more TuneBases for your Apple devices. The TuneBase Direct and TuneBase FM can route audio from your Apple devices to the vehicle stereo and charge simultaneously thanks to the 12-volt port.

It features a flexible neck so you can arrange your iPhone in the best viewing position. That way, you can make calls with just a tap. The $70 TuneBase Direct uses a 3.5mm port, while the $80 TuneBase FM does it’s thing through a free FM channel, automatically scanning the frequency with the least interference.

Belkin launches new CushDesk

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on April 28th, 2009

belkinlapdesk-sbNo one wants to cook their gonads while trying to work on a laptop computer without a desk by sitting it directly on the lap. Working on a notebook sitting on your lap is also uncomfortable for most people because you need to look down to see the screen.

Belkin has announced a new laptop desk called the CushDesk that is designed to raise the screen of the notebook to a more comfortable level when working without a desk. The device is made with a solid molded top to provide a ridged work surface and has a lip on the front to keep your notebook from slipping around.

Belkin makes it easy for Windows users to go Mac

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on November 13th, 2008

Belkin Switch-to-Mac CableThe economy may be down, but the computer industry is still doing OK. One of the clear winners in growth is Apple with its Mac line of notebooks and computers making some of the industry’s biggest gains. That means that many users are going to Mac computers for the first time.

Belkin has introduced a new product called the Switch-to-Mac cable that promises to make moving important files from a Windows computer to a Mac easy to do. The cable connects to the Windows PC and the Mac via USB and automatically moves default files and folders from the Windows system to the default locations on the Mac.