It also features an integrated microphone to capture your voice and can be charged using a USB port or an AC adapter. The company will launch the Jawbone Jambox Gold Limited Edition Bluetooth speaker for 19,800 Yen (or $246).
Veho has unveiled its new Veho VEP-004-BT Bluetooth headphones, designed to be wireless, portable, lightweight and stylish. Everything you want. The Veho VEP-004-BT headphones feature touch controls on the side of the ear piece so you can control tracks and transfer calls to the headset, or pause the music etc.
There’s also an embedded microphone for hands-free conversation from Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones. Fully charged the Veho VEP-004-BT will provide up to 11 hours talk time and up to 250 hours standby from their rechargeable 230 mAH Li-polymer battery. Just $110.
Those still looking for an HTPC keyboard can chill now. The Chill KB-1BT wireless Bluetooth micro keyboard is perfect for HTPCs, tablets, smartphones, etc. The compact and slim micro keyboard features an integrated touchpad for easy mouse control.
Other features include backlit keys for typing in low light(Great for movies), even an integrated LED flashlight. The rechargeable Li-Polymer battery will give you up to 30 days of operation time. No info on pricing yet though.
Verbatim has announced the compatibility of its ultra-compact Easy Riser Wireless Bluetooth Mouse with the new Motorola XOOM. Motorola and Google have released a new software update for the XOOM tablet, which allows users to add and use a Bluetooth mouse.
The 2.4 GHz wireless technology and advanced laser sensor technology gives you great performance, superior cursor precision and of course full control. The Verbatim Easy Riser comes with two AAA batteries and will cost you $29.99 MSRP at Amazon.
The iHome iDM12 is a portable wireless speaker system designed for your iPad, iPhone, and iPod. Basically a small soundbar that provides two active speaker drivers and one passive radiator to produce excellent sound quality.
It’s pretty handy for your Apple gadgets since it also features a removable iPad stand and a built-in Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. The iHome iDM12 comes with a protective magnetic casing that easily detaches to use as a stand for either portrait or landscape orientations. Pretty handy speaker system.
Creative has unveiled the wireless one-piece D80, a Bluetooth speaker that is pretty much identical to the previous D100, except for a lower price at $50 and a loss of battery power. Not much to get excited about.
The $300 ZiiSound D5x on the other hand, is compatible with the new D3x modular speaker and DSx modular subwoofer, which are both priced at $150. The D80 arrives this month and the ZiiSound’s components will arrive this summer.
Creative is living up to it’s name as usual, having just announced a new line of headphones named the WP Series, designed specially for mobile phone users who want superior voice quality for calls and the best audio playback for music. It will be arriving in stores this month and during September 2011 as well.
These headphones are Bluetooth compatible and there are three models: the WP-450, WP-350 and WP-250. All can be folded for easy storage and portability, and will deliver about 8 hours of playback and 9 hours of talk time. The Creative WP350 incorporate an invisible microphone and the WP-250 have an in-ear design. The WP350 is £89.99 and will be arriving in May, the other models will arrive in September. The WP450 is £119.99 and the WP250 is £59.99.
Fossil’s Meta Watch “wrist computer” comes in digital or analog versions and is based on the TI MSP430 micro-controller paired with Bluetooth for connecting to your phone, tablet or other device. It will also display information from mobile applications or Internet services.
The watch also features a 3 ATM water resistant stainless steel case, a leather strap, a mineral glass crystal, a vibrating motor, a three-axis accelerometer and an ambient light sensor. The analog version features two 16 x 80 white OLED displays, while the digital version has a 96 x 96 reflective display. The Meta Watch should arrive in July 2011 for $200.
Chinavasion has launched the 4.3-inch Bluetooth Rearview Mirror for your car. The device allows hands-free cell phone calling and offers GPS navigation. The Bluetooth Rearview Mirror also features an advanced SiRF STAR III chip with a Centrality Atlas 4 Dual-Core 500MHz processor.
The device also delivers high resolution video playback and has speakers so you can listen to your favorite tunes. It retails for $102 and should make you that much safer on the road.
The VIZIO XVTHB100 will cost you $89.99 on Amazon. These stylish Bluetooth Stereo headphones pack in high-performance 30mm neodymium drivers with advanced SRS sound processing. They are lightweight and you can connect them to your laptop, smartphone or Bluetooth-enabled HDTV.
The VIZIO XVTHB100 also features a 3.5mm port to connect with other audio sources and built-in voice enhancement for calls or Skype chats. The rechargeable battery will give you up to 9-hours of continuous use.
Samsung has announced the Modus 6450 Bluetooth headset. It can be used as a mono-style headset or as a stereo Bluetooth headset since it has a second earbud that can be plugged in. It has Android application support, features voice command functionality, EQ settings, a separate Voice Command button on the headset and dual microphones to support the noise-cancellation feature.
The Modus 6450 supports Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, active pairing, advanced multipoint and multiconnection technology and also offers up to 6-hours of talk time and up to 180-hours of standby time.
If you want to turn your iPhone into a very tiny laptop, here ya go. Mobile Fun has just released the TypeTop Swivel Bluetooth Keyboard for the iPhone 4. This case for the iPhone 4 will protect your Apple phone, and also give you an additional Bluetooth keyboard for your typing needs. I’m guessing you hate touchscreens if you are digging this.
The case allows you to prop the iPhone 4 up just like a laptop and type your documents and emails. The case can also swivel and tilt in almost any direction. The keyboard features a built in battery, so it doesn’t drain your phone. The TypeTop Swivel Mini Bluetooth keyboard for iPhone 4 is $56.
The keyboard that ships with the Logitech Revue set top box is comfortable to type on, but many people may have trouble finding a place to store it when it’s not in use. Here’s a great solution. EFO has a small keyboard that will be much easier to store.
Maybe not as comfortable to use, but it is more compact. The EFO Bluetooth Google TV Keyboard has 82 keys including the typical QWERTY keyboard and keys specifically for Google TV. There’s also a track pad. The keyboard has an RF option and normally communicates via Bluetooth. It has a operating range of 10 meters and the rechargeable battery has 400mA of power. Just $52.50.
The Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad is designed to be used with any Bluetooth-enabled Macintosh computer. It will elegantly fit the Apple wireless keyboard and the keypad gives you 28 keys for entering whatever figures, tables, and calculations you need to enter.
The Cropmark LMP will play nice with any Bluetooth-enabled Mac running OS X 10.5 or higher and comes bundled with a pair of rechargeable AA batteries. The Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad will cost you just $39.99.
Plantronics new K100 in-car Bluetooth speakerphone includes dual microphones and digital signal processing (DSP) technology that keeps the user’s voice sharp and clear and also limits the surrounding noise. Also echo cancellation improves listening on both sides of the conversation, while a high-quality speaker makes every call clear.
The Plantronics K100 also has an integrated FM transmitter, so you can hear conversations, stream music, or play podcasts from your smartphone to the car stereo system. It also features large buttons so you can control the K100, while keeping safe on the road.