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Veho Wireless Folding Bluetooth Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2011

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.

G-Connect Wireless Storage For iOS Devices

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2011

G-Technology has unveiled its new G-Connect wireless storage solution for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and other mobile devices. It packs in a 500GB hard disk drive and creates an 802.11n wireless network, allowing you to share content with up to five other devices simultaneously.

Other features include a USB 2.0 port, automatic discovery and organization of files into photos, videos, music, and documents categories, app-based access from iOS devices, password protection, a personal private folder, and AirPlay support. The G-Technology G-Connect will be launched next month for just $200.

Chill KB-1BT Wireless Bluetooth Micro Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 19th, 2011

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.

Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel coming in October for $60

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2011

See that? This isn’t some fancy new peripheral for a game of XBox 360 Horseshoes. It’s a new Wireless Speed Wheel for $60. It will arrive in October. It’s not a full wheel, but at least it has extra green lights and directional and action buttons.

There’s also a rumble pack inside for force feedback and a pair of trigger buttons on the underside for your gas and brakes. What do you think?

Verbatim Easy Riser Wireless Bluetooth Mouse Compatible With Motorola Xoom

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2011

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.

New Wireless Stereo Headset Coming for PS3

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on May 29th, 2011

Sonys new wireless headset looks good. This new official PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset features 7.1 virtual surround sound, a retractable, mutable microphone, and standard embedded volume controls. You’ll be coordinating your attacks and talking smack to your enemies in style.

These headset connects via a USB dongle, and will push headset status updates like your battery life, directly to your TV screen. This Sony-approved headset will cost you $100 when they arrive in September.

Wireless iPhone 4 alarm dock does nothing, but looks good doing it

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2011

See that alarm dock for your iPhone 4? It does nothing at all. Just holds your iPhone 4 and gives it a place to call home while you sleep or do other things. Just sits there like… Well, like a lump of wood. It comes from designer Jonas Damon and is made from beautiful beach wood.

Your iPhone is going to act as your alarm clock either way right? Might as well give it a decent spot to sit in and class up your place. It won’t charge your device, won’t pump out awesome sound, but it does come with a free app to turn your iPhone into one of those clocks with the flipping numbers.

Easy2Pick Wireless Luggage Finder

Posted in Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2011

The problem with suitcases is that they all look the same. That can make it hard to find your bag at the airport. The Easy2Pick Wireless Luggage Finder can help. It has a built-in wireless transmitter and wireless key chain recognition device.

This means that while you wait at baggage claim, your key chain will sound, flash, and vibrate once your suitcase is within 20 meters. Now you know where it is and you have your bag. The device uses unique codes that prevent mistaken identification. It also automatically de-activates in the airplane and re-activates on the luggage belt. Using an electric photo sensor, it senses when it is in the the plane by measuring factors like light, altitude and noise. It will cost you $24.95.

Creative ZiiSound Dx Wireless Modular Speakers

Posted in Creative by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2011

Creative is on a roll. Now the company has announced the availability of the ZiiSound Dx series of pure wireless modular speakers. The ZiiSound Dx series includes the ZiiSound D3x wireless modular speaker, ZiiSound D3x wireless one-piece speaker and ZiiSound DSx wireless subwoofer.

These speakers are sure to sound great and they connect independently to stereo Bluetooth devices like your iPhone, Blackberry, Android smartphone, iPad or Creative ZiiO tablet. The ZiiSound Dx series also uses apt-X audio technology for superior sound.

Netgear TEW-684UB Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2011

If you have a computer that has slow wireless networking connectivity, you can always change the card out, but for some people that isn’t the answer. A USB network adapter that supports the faster tech might be easier.

Trendnet is here to help and they have a new USB network adapter that is dual band and will work at 2.4GHz or 5GHz. That means that HD video and other bandwidth heavy things can use the 5GHz band. The adapter has WPS for easy setup and a MIMO antenna for the 450Mbps transfer speeds. It will cost you $90.

Genius Wireless LuxeMate T810 Media Cruiser

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2011

The Genius LuxeMate 810 Media Cruiser does it all. It is a keyboard, a remote control and a mouse all in one that works wirelessly. Perfect for your Windows Media Center PC system. It is specially designed for the Microsoft XP media center edition and lets you control Live TV, online radio, DVD, internet browsing, MSN chat on PCs and it features one key touch for access. We like the design as well. It just looks cool.

It uses dual-way wireless 2.4GHz technology, so you can control your Home Theater PC from up to 10-meters away. The Genius Wireless LuxeMate T810 Media Cruiser will cost you $89.99.

Connect A Sketch does just what it says

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2011

Etch a sketch fans know that what the world needs is a connected version of the famous toy. And now it appears that they have one. Andrew Little came up with the idea, wanting to connect with others while he toiled away vertically and horizontally, creating works of art. It is called Connect A Sketch and basically he modified a pair of Etch A Sketches to make them work together. A wireless version is of course on the way.

The end game here is that users could log on to the Connect A Sketch website with a unique user ID and then be able to interact, even work together on artwork. Users can even draw on the Etch A Sketch at the same time, leave messages etc. Maybe even give somebody elses work of art a good shake to clear it, though that would be rude. It’s a great idea and a great way to get kids to be creative.

Belkin N600 DB Wireless Dual-Band N+ Router

Posted in Routers by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2011

The Belkin N600 DB wireless dual-band N+ router is a wireless router that will help you with advanced wireless performance for video streaming, online gaming, and all of your other media-intensive applications. The device uses Belkin’s MultiBeam technology which minimizes dead spots and provides advanced coverage throughout your entire home.

It will deliver speeds of up to 300Mbps and features four Ethernet LAN ports, one USB port. It also comes with a suite of Belkin apps. The Belkin N600 DB wireless dual-band N+ router will cost you $69.99.

JBL AirPlay-Enabled On Air Wireless Speaker System Ships

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2011

JBL has now started shipping their new On Air Wireless Speaker System which is specially designed for iOS devices. This is among the first AirPlay-enabled speakers capable of streaming iTunes 10 music or Internet radio directly from your computer. We also love that it looks like it belongs in a spaceship cockpit.

This speaker system can use your existing Wi-Fi or Ethernet to connect to your PC or Mac iTunes library and makes the link with Apple’s AirPlay technology. It also sports a small LCD screen so you can see the album artwork and song info when an iOS device is not docked.

MIX Wireless Mini HTPC Keyboard Mouse

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2011

The MIX Wireless Mini HTPC keyboard mouse is a palm-sized 2.4GHz RF wireless keyboard which only needs batteries and a free USB port to operate. So obviously it makes a good choice for HTPC use.

The device features an optical touchpad, so you can interact more easily with your operating system and it will operate from within 10 meters of range. The device measures just 109mm x 59mm x 18mm and weighs just 93 grams.