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Parrot AR.Drone gets launch date and price

Posted in Parrot by Shane McGlaun on June 16th, 2010

Parrot showed off its AR.Drone quad copter at CES for the first time and we were immediately enamored with the flying machine. The AR.Drone has turned up at E3 with the details we have all been waiting for.

The AR.Drone will ship in September for under $300. The copter lets players pilot using augmented reality using the iPod touch, iPhone, or the iPad. The copter has four propellers and a front facing camera that streams what the copter is seeing to the device controlling it.

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New Parrot speakers support Bluetooth A2DP

Posted in Bluetooth,CES 2008,Parrot,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on January 10th, 2008

Parrot DS1120Parrot has been showing off some interesting new Bluetooth-related products at CES this week. One which has been catching a lot of attention are the Parrot DS1120 speakers, priced at around $280.

The Parrot DS1120 speakers have an interesting look about them and are capable of playing back through the Bluetooth A2DP profile audio being streamed over from a viable source. For those devices which do not have this profile integrated, Parrot includes a Bluetooth 2.0 USB dongle which can be connected for broadcast. There is also a standard RCA line-in connection for other devices.

Parrot PMK5800 Bluetooth Car Kit

Posted in Automotive,Bluetooth,Parrot by Darrin Olson on May 29th, 2007

Parrot PMK5800 Bluetooth Car Kit for hands free music or phone conversations through your car stereoParrot has just released a super-easy to use Bluetooth car kit to facilitate easy, hands-free phone conversations and music through your cars FM stereo. By simply plugging this device into your cars 12V cigarette lighter adapter and setting the PMK5800 to an open FM frequency it will transfer music or voice wirelessly through the speakers in your car.

Provided you have a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone or MP3 player and your car has an FM radio, this device is a really a pretty simple plug-and-play device. Getting its power from the cars 12V adapter and it’s voice or music through Bluetooth there is no wires or installation necessary. Full duplex voice conversations can be done hands-free through the car stereo as well without having to install any elaborate system in your car.

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