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August 17th, 2007

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Bluetooth headset review

April 8th, 2007

Nothing beats a wireless headset. No cables to interfere with day to day business, and the ability to be many feet away from your device.

With so many on the market, how on earth do you get the best one thats suited to your needs without spending a boatload of money? One of the first steps is to ask friends that might have one how they would rate there model. Then do a few searches online to see if you can come up with a forum or group that talks about the model you are interested in, in depth. If you feel like traveling down to the local cell phone or electronics store, the sales reps pretty much live and breath bluetooth headsets that pair with mobile devices, so they could match one to your needs.

In talking about online reviews, Information Week has come up with a review of three cool bluetooth headsets. They feature the must have new feature, noise cancellation technology. This ensures that background noise is muted, without looking for a quite location to make calls.

In their reviews, they look at the Aliph Jawbone a 14 gram bulky headset with 6 hours talktime or 120 minute standby. The Gennum nX6000, the smallest of the three, and least obtrusive weighing in at 10.9 grams. Again with 6 hours talk time and 90 hours stand by. And last, the Plantronics Discovery 655 at 9grams, with simple controls and with a few different ways to recharge, either through USB, AC, or through AA batteries.

The best thing to do when looking at Bluetooth headsets is to actually try them on, and get a feel for them. They will last long, so you dont want to get stuck with a sub par one that doesnt suite your tastes. Check out stores that offer a 30 day refund if you arent happy with your purchase, return it, and try another bluetooth model.

Watch your iPod movies on your mobile entertainment system with TransDock

March 30th, 2007

The new TransDock from DLO lets users showcase movies on their auto entertainment systems care of their iPod. This system lets users take whatever is on an iPod and broadcast it over the automobiles system, whether its a movie, music, tv shows, images or anything else the iPod can store.

TransDock uses video output capabilities that let users channel out video downloads through headrest or ceiling mounted monitors in vehicles. It also uses FM radio and a 12volt power supply to stream music over a car stereo.

The device sells for $99 US from the DLO website.

dlo transdock

[via ubergizmo]

Flash drive shows remaining capacity through solar power

March 30th, 2007

This flash drive is great for anyone who carries a few flash drives on their bag wherever they go. Sometimes you just have no idea how much you already have stored on your flash drive until you plug it in and wait for it to be recognized.

TRUS USB is changing that with their flash drives that have a solar powered panel that will show how much is currently left on the drive!

[via Gizmodo]

Portable Bluetooth speakers

March 24th, 2007

Summer is just around the corner, and you cant be without your boombox, blasting your favorite tunes all around town. The Parrot Boombox might be your new age choice. Th Parrot is a 60 watt speaker that is 430mm x 150mm x 225mm. Bluetooth has been utilized for streaming music from any compatible music sources including mobile phones, MP3-players, and PCs. Total investment, $290 from Parrot.

parrot buetooth speakers

[via TechFresh]

iPod wood

March 23rd, 2007

That title is NOT sexual. Its true. If you feel like dressing up your iPod in a fancy wooden suit, your dream has come true. Asuka Koubou offers this interesting way to protect, or show off, your beloved iPod.

ipod wood case

[via Crave]

The wild wild west gets train Wifi

March 23rd, 2007

If you are a train traveler and laptop user in good ol Texas, your ride might have just gotten a little easier. 4G Metro will put 10 Mbps per train on the Trinity Railway Express (TRE). The 4G Metro system will use ground based broadband to achieve the 10Mbps results using equipment from Colubris and Nortel.

The system will be available in early summer 2007.

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