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Bluetooth cell phone Snowboard gloves

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on August 20th, 2008

Bluetooth cell phone Snowboard glovesLet’s face it, it’s hard to take calls when snowboarding. You won’t have to worry anymore thanks to Swany’s g.cell, the first hands free cell phone ski and snowboarding gloves. You’ll be alerted to incoming calls with(Prepare yourself) vibrating wrist action.

Just tap the back of your hand to receive calls. Comes complete with charger included and it will give you 12 hours on standby/ 4 hours talk time. The speaker and mic are located in the palm and the thumb so you might look a little silly as you literally talk to the hand. Available this holiday season for $495. They might just be the most expensive glove ever.

Cygnett offering up interesting new Bluetooth speaker

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on August 18th, 2008

Cygnett GrooveTooth Talk

Cygnett recently unveiled a new Bluetooth hands-free speaker which has some interesting design appeal to it. It is called the Cygnett GrooveTooth Talk and you can pick one up for around $80.

The Cygnett GrooveTooth Talk works with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones, inclduing the iPhone 3G. It makes use of Bluetooth 2.0 and offers an auto detection range of around 30 feet. The built-in speaker is 1.5 watts and you can get about seven hours of talk time out of this device.

Chang Jiang A998 phone sports the VAIO logo

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on August 13th, 2008

Chang Jiang A998 phone sports the VAIO logo
The Chang Jiang A998 looks a bit like a toy, especially in baby blue color, even though comes with a 2.8 inch display screen, 3.0-megapixel camera, TV function, integrated MP3 and MP4 player, Bluetooth, GPRS, FM radio, dual SIM slots, microSD slot and other basic features like FM radio, E-book , Currency converter, Unit converter, To do list, Incoming calls secretary and calculator. The price is $180.86. Probably the most interesting feature is that it sports the VAIO logo for some reason.

Joby rolls out Zivo Boom Bluetooth extendable headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on August 11th, 2008

Joby Zivo Boom

Joby, a developer of consumer electronics accessories, announced today a new wireless headset which actually looks quite cool. It is called the Joby Zivo Boom and you’ll find it pricing around $130.

The Joby Zivo Boom comes with a rather interesting retractable boom microphone as part of its somewhat hip design. It is Bluetooth 2.1 compatible, offers up 10 hours of talk time and includes a set of interchangeable earpieces.

Spice X-1 phone with dedicated gaming console

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on August 7th, 2008

Spice X-1 phone with dedicated gaming console
Spice Mobiles Limited unveiled their latest for the market in India. The Spice X-1 is a gamers mobile phone with a dedicated gaming console. The phone sports a big 2.4 inch screen, 2-GB expandable memory card, and comes packed with pre-loaded games and a gaming console. Just what games come with it, I have no idea, but look, a motorcycle.

You can also play games without the console using the dedicated gaming keys on the handset. That’s not all that you get. It also includes a 2 MP camera, Yamaha-amplified 3-D surround sound, FM radio with record and play feature and Bluetooth. It retails for $210.

Santok selling new Bluetooth mobile speakerphone accessory

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Santok STK SP500

Santok, a maker of cellular specific and related products for mobile phone owners, unveiled recently a new Bluetooth speakerphone for inside the car. It is called the Santok STK SP500.

The Santok STK SP500 is described as being fully functional and offering a pivoting microphone as well as adjustable volume. This unit uses Bluetooth to wirelessly connect with a Bluetooth-enabled phone, offering features like caller ID, voice dial activation and call rejection.

Samsung wants you to love its wireless sound bar DVD player combo thingie

Posted in Home Theater,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on July 25th, 2008

Samsung HT-X810

Samsung has done a rather unique spin on the whole sound bar in front of the flat panel thing, unveiling the other day a sound bar which doubles as a self-contained DVD system. It is called the Samsung HT-X810 and pricing is said to be around $700.

The Samsung HT-X810 is, according to Samsung, a virtual 5.1-channel system which incorporates an upconverting DVD player and FM tuner. It makes use of 5.8 GHz technology to connect with the included wireless subwoofer and also incorporates Bluetooth so one can stream from Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices and home theater components.

Samsung unveils Innov8, 8-megapixel camera phone

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2008

Samsung unveils Innov8, 8-megapixel camera phoneSamsung’s new 8 MP camera phone is called the Innov8. Get it? It’s jam packed with features. Some features include an auto-panorama mode, bright flash, smile, blink, and face detection, wide dynamic range capturing abilities, and a video recorder capturing clips at 30 frames per second.

If you tire of being a tourist and want some music it also has FM radio. Still not enough for you? In addition it sports Wi-Fi, a large display with accelerometer, and an optical mouse, 3.5mm headset jack, stereo Bluetooth, 16GB of internal memory, microSD card slot, music player, and A-GPS. Oh it also makes calls.

GN Netcom releases titanium Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on July 23rd, 2008

Jabra JX20 Pura

GN Netcom, best known for its Jabra headset brand, is now making available a new titanium headset – said to be the first of its kind. The Jabra JX20 Pura prices around $150.

The Jabra JX20 Pura is a Bluetooth-enabled wireless headset made of brushed anodized titanium and offset by a black trim. It weighs less than half-an-ounce and was designed by a Danish designer. It makes use of digital sound processing and intelligent volume control to offer what is described as better sound.

New Parrot Bluetooth digital picture frame is designer dressed up

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 17th, 2008

Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andrée Putman

Parrot, normally known for its Bluetooth accessories, is adding a new, more stylish product to its line up – a Bluetooth-enabled digital picture frame. The new Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andrée Putman prices at around $450.

The Parrot Digital Photo Frame by Andrée Putman is the first in a line of new, designer-style products for the company. It is described as being designed by “internationally acclaimed French designer and interior architect, Andree Putman – the Coco Chanel of French interior design” It sports a seven-inch screen and uses Bluetooth wireless technology so you can transfer photos directly from a device such as a mobile phone.

Bluetooth Umbrella concept with touchscreen & radio

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 9th, 2008

Bluetooth Umbrella concept with touchscreen & radio
It’s not easy to do other things while trying to hold onto your umbrella. And what if you don’t have this one handy. Mikhail Stawsky’s Bluetooth Umbrella concept wants to help in that department. Sure it keeps you dry, but this one also sports Bluetooth.

It will let you answer a call and talk into the handle. I’m hoping you won’t have to have it against your ear. A touchscreen display will give you the usual options like answer/divert and volume. It’s also a radio so if you’d like to re-enact Singing In The Rain or some other wetness themed song, go for it as onlookers stop and gape.

Star Wars bluetooth musical instruments

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2008

Star Wars bluetooth musical instruments
Okay, here’s marketing 101. Let’s say you have something crappy that won’t sell to the public. What do you do? Answer: Use the Star Wars angle. Let’s say you have a round ball of wood, a long black blob and a brown furry…something. Call them Darth Vader, Chewbacca and the Death Star. Now they’ll sell to geeks who have more income then they do common sense.

These designs by Benjamin Males are “The Singer, The Drummer and The Dreamer”. Huh? Who is who? The Singer has five keys and is “influenced by classical instruments such as the Violin…and is created from solid Cherry wood. It is made using 5 Axis CNCing, which enables a smooth spiral to be ‘carved’ into the cherry.” Whatever. The Drummer loops drum-beats, creating rhythm in the musical composition. Influenced by African drums such as the Djembe, the Drummer will also throw off a secondary percussive sound when you tap the flat section. Again whatever.

Mind Blowing cell phone watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2008

Mind Blowing cell phone watch
Here’s another cell phone watch. This one is pretty arrogant and cocky, proclaiming itself the Mind Blowing cell phone watch, with some different features. It’s from Chinavasion and gives you the option of filling up the micro SD card with movies or music that you can listen to over a Bluetooth connection.

I’m not sure which feature they believe is mind blowing. Could be the organiser, or the side mounted camera. Maybe it’s the GSM Compatibility, or the 1.5 inch TFT LCD 176×132 Touchscreen, or 3 x Digital Zoom. It must be the price at $193.13. Yeah, that must be it. Consider my mind blown.

BlueAnt Supertooth 3 voice activated handsfree kit launches

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on June 17th, 2008

BlueAnt Supertooth 3All around the country many states and cities are moving to hands free laws that make it illegal to use a cell phone while driving without taking advantage of a handsfree kit. These new laws have been a boom for makers of Bluetooth devices and the most recently announced device from BlueAnt has some cool features.

BlueAnt has introduced its new Supertooth 3 device that retails for $129.95. The handsfree device features Text-to-Speech technology that announces an incoming callers name or caller ID information as well as providing spoken setup instructions. The device can speak names in six languages including Spanish and English.

BlueAnt updates popular Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on June 16th, 2008

BlueAnt Z9i

BlueAnt Wireless announced today an enhanced version of its popular Z9 Bluetooth headset. The new one is known as the Z9i and pricing is around $100.

The BlueAnt Z9i offers up both large and small interchangeable ear gels as well as two types of ear hooks to create a more customized feel. It weighs around 0.35 ounces, measures 1.5-inches in length and can connect with up to five Bluetooth devices.