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Galaxy Tab Bluetooth Stylus shows up for £49.99 pre-order

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2010

The Galaxy Tab’s Bluetooth Stylus has appeared in its first pre-order listing. It’s priced at £49.99 ($79) by UK online retailer Play. The capacitive stylus will let you do handwriting if you don’t like the Tab’s soft keyboard.

It’s capable of hooking up to two Bluetooth devices at a time and can even receive and reject phone calls, whether on the Tab or on your phone.

Logitec offers World’s Smallest Bluetooth Earphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2010

Logitec Japan (not Logitech) has released the world’s smallest stereo Bluetooth 2.1+EDR earphones. The LBT-PCHP02 series is designed for PC users, while the LBT-AVHP02 series is designed for your portable audio player needs.

Both have batteries that deliver four hours of playback and measure just 1.3-inches long and 0.23 inches thick. You’ll get several earbud sizes included so it should fit you with no problems. These earphones can also support two different Bluetooth sources at the same time, so you’ll be able to connect it to your media player and phone.

Beltone unveils Truth hearing aid with Bluetooth and more

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on August 19th, 2010

Beltone is the maker of all sorts of hearing aids for the hearing impaired. The hearing aids that the company makes are small and easy to hide for those worried about other people seeing them. Beltone has unveiled a new line of hearing aids called True.

This hearing aid does all the normal stuff a hearing aid is supposed to do like make conversations easier to hear. The device also has Bluetooth technology integrated as well. That Bluetooth tech can be used to connect to any Bluetooth phone.

Thanko Bluetooth Handset Digital Watch

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2010

The folks at Thanko are always thinking. Sometimes that’s good, sometimes bad. Their latest creation is geared toward those who need both a Bluetooth handset and a watch and don’t mind an ugly hunk of plastic on their wrist.

The Bluetooth Handset Digital Watch from Thanko features a large LCD display that will show your basic call information, the time, and battery status. To make/receive a call, just pull it off your watch and put it in your ear.

Flexible Bluetooth Mini Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2010

Do you need a portable Bluetooth keyboard for your iPad or iPhone 4? If so, check out the latest offering from Brando, this Flexible Bluetooth Mini Keyboard.

The Flexible Bluetooth Mini Keyboard features 85 keys and five built in keys for mobile phone functions which include, switch, menu, SMS, cancel and OK. It’s made of a high quality silicone material and is storable and portable.

Audio Technica ATH-BT03 Bluetooth headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 10th, 2010

If you are in the market for a new pair of Bluetooth headphones, you might want to check out the ATH-BT03 from Audio-Technica Japan. It supports Bluetooth 2.1 EDR profile with a range of up to 10-meter and SRS WOW for realistic surround sound.

The ATH-BT03 is powered from a Lithium Polymer battery that provides enough juice for up to 6-hours of use. These are available in three different colors.

JayBird SP2 Sportsband headphones debut

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on June 29th, 2010

JayBird has been making wireless Bluetooth headphones for a while now. The company has announced its latest set called the SB2 Sportsband headphones. They promise CD quality audio with Bluetooth streaming for active types not wanting wires.

The headphones are offered in nine different colors with some specifically for the ladies. Audio is tuned for deep bass and for good all around sound according to JayBird. The new headphones promise better call and audio quality than previous generations from the company.

Gioteck EX-01 Bluetooth headset comes to the US

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

We have seen several new headsets for gamers get unveiled at E3 so far this year. One of the new headsets is the Gioteck EX-01 Bluetooth headset for the PS3. The wireless headset looks like a headset for a smartphone.

The device is designed for gamers and wirelessly connects to the PS3. It has a cushioned on-ear external speaker and ergonomic controls. The controls include volume and power buttons on the outside of the earpiece.

Ti-Vo slide QWERTY Bluetooth remote hits the FCC

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2010

A remote with a slide out QWERTY keyboard? This remote recently hit the FCC’s test bench. The Ti-Vo slide Bluetooth remote certainly looks odd, but very useful. But it’s only operational over Bluetooth.

It will be interesting to see how this fares once it hits the market. With no shipping date or price tag, we have no idea if this will be flying off shelves and into your waiting hands or sitting on shelves feeling all QWERTY with no where to go.

Sound ID 510 Bluetooth headset gets its own iPhone app

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on May 25th, 2010

There really is an app for everything on the App Store for the iPhone. A new Bluetooth headset from Sound ID called the Sound ID 510 has debuted that claims to be the first to use an iPhone app.

The headset looks like your typical Bluetooth device. It has a touch sensitive control for volume rather than buttons you need to press. Battery life is claimed to be up to five hours of talk time and the device ships with the RealComfort ear loops.

Citizen releases new Bluetooth-enabled watches

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

Citizen Japan has introduced the I:Virt M series TM84-0351V and TM84-0352V Bluetooth-enabled watches in the Japanese market. With these watches, you can read e-mails up to 210 characters directly on the watch, as well as control your cell phone’s volume, accept or reject calls, display your cell phone’s battery level and be notified of incoming calls.

Both watches are capable of magnifying the text up to 14pt from its original size. The Citizen TM84-0351V sports a leather band, while the Citizen TM84-0352V sports a stainless steel band.

Earloomz adds style to boring Bluetooth headsets

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on April 13th, 2010

Bluetooth headsets can at times have cool designs, but most of them are boring black devices with little style. If you are the type that wants devices that appeal to your sense of style, Earloomz has the headset for you.

The Earloomz line of headsets sell for about $60 and can be had in a ton of different designs. You can get things like flags, movies, and musical artists on the outside of the Bluetooth device.

Motorola H17txt Bluetooth headset with MotoSpeak

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2010

Motorola’s new H17txt model can be paired with the company’s new MotoSpeak text-to-speech application to read text messages out loud as they come in. The software is available for Android and BlackBerry at first, and will supposedly translate 150 different commonly used acronyms.

That means that when it reads l8r it will say later. The headset is pretty standard, with CrystalTalk noise-canceling technology, five hours of talk time and seven hours of standby, and Bluetooth 2.1 compatibility.

Bluetooth T-Shirt tells you how many emails await you online

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

This might shock you, but when you aren’t at your computer stuff is still going on. Like email. You are still getting them and they are piling up. This shirt will show you how many emails you have waiting for you, but it’s mostly just to display to others how important you are.

They say that the shirt is comfortable, but I don’t know. It requires a single AAA battery. It was created by attaching an Arduino Lilypad controller into a simple T-Shirt with LED indicators showcasing a variety of options.

Bluetooth Landline Phone adapter

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2010

Do you still have a landline? Want to talk on it wirelessly? Now you can. If you have a Bluetooth headset, then the Bluetooth Landline Phone Adapter will let you connect it with your Bluetooth headset, and talk on your landline phone. Only $40.

Just hook it up in back of your telephone. It lets you connect up to 8 devices at one time and can be hooked up to your PC using a 3.5mm cable, allowing you to switch your headset between your PC and the phone.