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iPhone 4 TypeTop Swivel Mini Bluetooth keyboard

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2011

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.

EFO Bluetooth Google TV Mini Keyboard

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2011

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.

Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2011

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 K100 In-car Bluetooth Speakerphone

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on January 10th, 2011

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.

Verbatim Bluetooth Wireless iPad Keyboard

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2011

Verbatim has introduced its new Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard at CES. The wireless keyboard is compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices. The Verbatim Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard features a thin-profile that will fold up and store easily in carrying case for portability.

The device also comes with a stand for the iPhone, iPod touch, or your other handheld devices. A carrying case for the keyboard and iPhone stand are included.

Snakebyte PlayStation 3 remote with IR and Bluetooth

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2011

Snakebyte’s Premium Bluetooth Remote has been announced at CES and it offers both Bluetooth and Infrared support, enabling it to control your PS3 and five other IR components. It also offers a backlit display, a built-in motion sensor, a built-in Li-ion battery and support for updatable firmware.

It looks pretty sexy. Look for it to ship this April for $49.99. Since it has both IR and bluetooth it should make it super easy to integrate this into your home theater setup.

LMP Bluetooth Keypad for Apple Wireless Keyboard

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

The LMP Bluetooth Keypad shares the same cylindrical base and brushed aluminum finish as the Apple Wireless Keyboard, which is no mistake. The LMP Keypad can be used all by itself, but it also has a connector that snaps onto the right side of the Apple Wireless Keyboard, extending it.

The LMP Keypad does require a couple of AA batteries, though, making it a bit of a pain. We don’t have any info yet on pricing or availability just yet though.

Bluetooth GPS Rearview Mirror

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2010

You might think that this clip on Bluetooth GPS Rearview Mirror might be a little dangerous, but when you think about it, it might be good to have a GPS navigation unit where you should be looking anyway. Of course the multi-tasking as you chat on your hands-free, while your GPS chats back might not be so great for your attention.

The device costs $104.13/£64.36. Just snap this thing in place and it replaces your normal rearview mirror with an all-in-one Bluetooth Rearview Mirror that has hands-free cell phone calling, built-in GPS navigation, and multimedia.

Apple buys Wi-Gear to build stereo Bluetooth headphones

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2010

We’ve seen more than our share of third-party Bluetooth devices being offered for Apple’s devices, so it would make sense for Apple to make their own. So it is no surprise that Apple might want in on the Bluetooth accessory game business.

Apple has just acquired Wi-Gear, a company that made a stereo headset called iMuffs. One of the company’s co-founders now lists himself as an iOS Bluetooth Engineer at Apple and it looks like Wi-Gear has ceased operations.

New Bluetooth Headset for PS3 is official

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

We knew it was coming and things just got more official. The new Bluetooth headset for the PS3 comes in a new form factor, shedding some weight and looking more stylish. This Bluetooth headset features a dual-microphone design, automatic pairing via USB cable with the PS3, an in-game headset status indicator, an easy to access mute button, and a charging cradle that doubles as a desktop microphone.

It looks much sexier now and matches the PS3 much better. They also claim that this is the only peripheral that delivers a High-Quality mode for crystal clear voice chat while gaming. It’s still just $49.99.

Soundfreaq SFQ-01 Bluetooth audio system

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

Elegant form meets superb function with the Soundfreaq SFQ-01 Bluetooth audio system. It is basically compatible with any cell phone or portable media player available that accepts Bluetooth commands. The system features Kevlar-reinforced balanced drivers measuring 2.75-inches each, an acoustically tuned dual-port chamber and a UQ3 spatial enhancement processor. They all work together for the best audio quality possible.

There is also an integrated FM radio tuner and a 3.5mm auxiliary input. Target is selling the Soundfreaq SFQ-01 for $199.

Sony’s PS3 Bluetooth headset goes slim

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

The official Bluetooth headset for the PS3 has been around for a few years for $49.99 with no design changes whatsoever. Now it looks like Sony is finally making an update, slimming down the sides to make it look more sleek.

The price should stay the same. It will just be thinner with a thinner clip. It won’t make any difference to you or your teammates as you bark orders at them while playing Call Of Duty.

Siemens miniTek streams audio to Hearing Aids via Bluetooth

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

Siemens has announced its new miniTek, a small black box that works with Siemens hearing aids. The setup is simple, you just hook up the transmitter to your TV, stereo, phone, music player, or PC via Bluetooth or 3.5mm jack.

Then the device will be able to wirelessly stream stereo audio to you for up to five hours at a time. You can even use it to answer phone calls. This should make many hearing impaired folks very happy.

Sony VGP-BMS15 Bluetooth Laser Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 10th, 2010

The Sony VGP-BMS15 Bluetooth laser mouse certainly looks stylish and they go perfectly with your VAIO laptop. The mouse has an interchangeable form-fitting cover that adds to it’s good looks.

The sliding cover turns the mouse on and off and will cover the scroll wheel and buttons when it isn’t in use. This 800-dpi laser mouse also has a low-friction, non-stick PTFT sole to help reduce hand strain. It comes in several delicious colors.

Jabra unveils new Go 660 Bluetooth headset for mobile and office use

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on September 28th, 2010

If you are in a business where you are on the phone a lot whether you are in the office or out of the office your day can be much smoother and less of a pain in the neck literally with a headset. Jabra offers headsets for mobile users and for use with phones in the office as well. The latest headset from the company can be used with your mobile phone and your soft phone on the computer.

The headset is called the Jabra Go 660 and it ships with a USB Bluetooth adapter called the Jabra Link 320 that lets you use the headset for VoIP chats in the office or home. The headset also links to your Bluetooth mobile phone as well. The mic has noise-cancelling tech dubbed Noise Blackout with dual mics.