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Nokia J Bluetooth Headset

Nokia J Bluetooth Headset

I’m not a big fan of headsets, but the Nokia J Bluetooth Headset sure looks good. Besides the shiny, curved, stainless steel housing it sports a clip to carry it in (yeah, wearing a headset all the time just to look like you’re expecting important calls isn’t impressing anyone) which automatically turns the headset on/off when used to preserve battery time. Also, you get DSP noise reduction, automatic echo cancellation (AEC), automatic volume control that adjusts to your surroundings and two sets of small, medium and large earpieces. As for the battery you get up to 3 months of standby time and 5 hours of talk time.

The Nokia J is compatible with any phone supporting Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Headset Profile 1.1 and Handsfree Profile (HFP) 1.5.

Buy @ Nokia J Bluetooth Headset ($119.95) Product page

Posted by TG September 30th 2011 | Link to this post

Creative ZEN Style M300 MP3 Player

Creative ZEN Style M300 MP3 Player

Creative just launched the ZEN Style M300 MP3 player, offering a nice alternative to the iPad Nano. Besides supporting Bluetooth headphones, MP3 playing and FM-radio it’ll play videos on its 1.45" screen as well.

The ZEN Style M300 is available with white, black and yellow details and in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB sizes, costing you from $40 to $80 depending on storage size.

Link: ZEN Style M300

Posted by TG May 6th 2011 | Link to this post

Fossil Meta Bluetooth Watches

Here’s Fossil Meta Watches, two Bluetooth-equipped timepieces available with both analog and digital faces. The analog one sports two 16×80 white OLED displays while the digital one has a 96×96 reflective display. The thing about these is that Fossil offers an SDK/API to allow programmers to change and customize the functionality and send data to them wirelessly. Might not be something for casual Joe but it’s a nice effort nevertheless.

Other features include accelerometer, 3ATM water resistance, ambient light sensor, rechargeable batteries and stainless steel cases with leather straps.


(via crunchgear)

Posted by TG May 5th 2011 | Link to this post

Comfort: Belkin’s Ergonomic Mice

Belkin has launched a new line of mice dubbed Comfort designed to stay ergonomic while looking somewhat good (I prefer ergonomics over looks any day when it comes to mice though). The mice will be available in a slew of different colors (Midnight Blue, Pitch Black, Fuchsia, Candy Red, White) and as for connections you get to pick between retractable USB cords, Bluetooth connection or wireless with a USB dongle (running on 2 AAA batteries).

The Comfort line will start shipping at the end of June and expect prices ranging from $19.99 for the retractable cord models to $49.99 for the Bluetooth ones.

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Posted by TG June 24th 2009 | Link to this post

Polaroid PoGo: Tiny Photo Printer

Polaroid PoGo: Pocket-sized Photo Printer

Here’s Polaroid PoGo, a pocket-sized and inkless digital printer able to print 2"x3" borderless photos. You can either connect it wirelessly through Bluetooth or via USB/PictBridge, allowing you to print from both cell phones and digital cameras. The backsides of the smudge-proof and water resistant photos can be peeled off too, making the photos into stickers.

“The full-color digital photos are created without ink cartridges or ribbons using ZINK Photo Paper™, keeping the printer to about the size of a deck of cards. The paper is a durable material that contains colorless cyan, yellow and magenta dye crystals. Heat activation brings photos to life, colorizing ZINK™ dye crystals, so digital photos can be shared instantly.”

The PoGo will start selling at Best Buy on July 6th for about $149.00.

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Posted by TG June 11th 2008 | Link to this post

Neonode N2 soon available in Sweden

Neonode N2

Ah, good things come to those who wait; the Neonode N2 will be launched in Sweden soon. Telenor has struck an exclusive deal with Neonode and on November 7th this shiny pebble of a touch-screen phone will be available in their webshop.

For those still unaware of this Swedish little wonder it’s a tiny cell phone with a very precise optical touch screen, 2 megapixel camera, MP3/WMA/WAV player, Bluetooth, video playback (MPG/WMV), a 2" LCD-display (176×220) and up to 32GB of file storage on a MicroSD card.

Telenor Sweden: Neonode N2 (Official site)

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Posted by TG November 1st 2007 | Link to this post

Porsche P’9611 GPS Navigator

Porsche Design GPS Navigator P’9611

If you’re looking for a premium GPS navigator the Porsche Design P’9611 Navigator might just be worth checking out. Besides features like “Reality View” which tries to provide an authentic depiction of the route and alternative route offers to bypass jams and holdups it can automatically adjust the instruction voice volume depending on how fast you’re going and vehicle noise so you won’t have to when going off-road or in the fast lane.

Besides the GPS receiver it’s equipped with a “high-performance” Bluetooth hands-free device and digital maps of 38 European countries with over two million special destinations. Porsche Design Navigator P’9611 (€795.00, about US$1,130)

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Posted by TG October 24th 2007 | Link to this post

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Nokia announced the Maemo Linux-powered N810 Internet Tablet today, the newest addition to their Nseries range. Just find a Wi-Fi spot (or Bluetooth using your cell phone) and this pocket-sized device will allow you to use VoIP (Mmm.. Skype), watch YouTube videos, update your blog or whatever Internet related things you like to do while not in front of your computer.

It sports a slide-out keyboard and a 4.13" 800×480 touch screen as well as a GPS receiver (with built-in maps and satellite navigation and Wayfinder voice-guided navigation) and support for up to 10GB memory cards for off-line media.

Unlike some companies (*cough* Apple *cough*) Nokia is encouraging 3rd party open source developers to explore and expand the N810’s possibilities and also announced the launch of maemo platform support services for software developers and companies.

The N810 is expected to start shipping mid November with an estimated retail price of 479 USD.

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Posted by TG October 18th 2007 | Link to this post

Yamaha NX-B02 Bluetooth Speaker

Yamaha NX-B02 Bluetooth Column Speaker

If Sony Ericsson’s spherical MBS-100 Bluetooth speaker is a bit too weird for you you might appreciate the sharper edges on the slightly more retro-lookin’ Yamaha NX-B02 Bluetooth Column Speaker instead.

Yamaha promises great sound from this box, just hook it up with a suitable Bluetooth enabled device and you’re set. Available in piano black, white and red.

AudioCubes: Yamaha NX-B02 Bluetooth Column Speaker ($249.00)

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Posted by TG October 11th 2007 | Link to this post

Sony Ericsson MBS-100 Speaker

Sony Ericsson MBS-100 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Here’s MBS-100, Sony Ericssons’ brand new portable Bluetooth speaker – looking somewhat like a miniature version of Darth Vader’s private (and less known) death star.

This cell phone friendly speaker measures 10x10x10 cm and offers wireless streaming through Bluetooth and a 3.5mm line-in for other audio sources. The integrated and rechargeable battery offers 5 hours of playtime per charge.

The MBS-100 will be available sometime during Q4 in selected markets. MBS-100

Posted by TG October 11th 2007 | Link to this post

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