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Tag: Bluetooth

JBL Synchros E50BT Headphones Review

JBL Synchros E50BT Headphones Review
JBL’s recently released Synchros E series is designed to offer high quality sound, substance and build quality with reasonable prices. At the top of the line is the E50BT, a wireless Bluetooth model with large over-the-ear drivers.

Noke Lock Uses Bluetooth, not Keys or Combinations

Noke Lock Uses Bluetooth, not Keys or Combinations
School is starting back up next week in many parts of the country. I can remember going back to school as being something I hated, I also remember the anxiety that went along with trying to get my combination locker to open each time I needed it.

The Capsule Has Electronic Fish that Don’t Die

The Capsule Has Electronic Fish that Don’t Die
I’m not sure why, but my daughter has a thing for fish. The problem with fish is that I am the person who has to clean the tank and remember to feed them. The next time Sparkles the goldfish kicks the bucket, I plan to replace him with The Capsule.

NES30 Bluetooth Gamepad: U, U, D, D, L, R, L, R, B, A… X, Y?

NES30 Bluetooth Gamepad: U, U, D, D, L, R, L, R, B, A… X, Y?
A company called 8Bitdo is selling a gamepad that looks just like the NES controller, except it has additional buttons and can connect to desktop computers and mobile devices via Bluetooth or USB. The NES30 appears to be a reskin of 8Bitdo’s FC30 gamepad, which – you guessed it – looks like the Famicom controller.

goTenna Smartphone Radio Antenna: No Signal, No Problem

goTenna Smartphone Radio Antenna: No Signal, No Problem
An upcoming device called goTenna could turn smartphones and other mobile devices into modern walkie-talkies. The portable antenna uses VHF radio waves, allowing you to send text messages over short distances without the need for cellular reception or an Internet connection.

Smartbrick Lets You Control LEGO Power Functions Via Bluetooth: Farther Functions

Smartbrick Lets You Control LEGO Power Functions Via Bluetooth: Farther Functions
A small company called Vengit is working on a wireless receiver for LEGO Power Functions that should be a vast improvement over LEGO’s official infrared receiver. The Smartbrick or SBrick uses Bluetooth to connect to Power Functions motors and lights via a mobile app.

Creative SoundBlaster Roar SR20 Speaker Review

Creative SoundBlaster Roar SR20 Speaker Review
If you can only have one compact speaker, the Creative SoundBlaster Roar SR20 might just be it. This impressively versatile speaker offers portability and room-filling sound, and can be used as both a wireless Bluetooth speaker and as a digital sound system for your PC or Mac.

oPhone DUO Lets You Receive Scented Messages: Eau de Possibilities

oPhone DUO Lets You Receive Scented Messages: Eau de Possibilities
We can use our phones to send images and sounds to and from practically anywhere on the planet. Soon we may be able to do that with scents as well. Vapor Communications is working on the oPhone DUO, a device that lets you receive scents based on instructions from a complementary mobile app.

Pelty Bluetooth Speaker Runs on the Power of Candlelight

Pelty Bluetooth Speaker Runs on the Power of Candlelight
A candlelit dinner is can certainly be romantic. A candlelit dinner with fine music would be even better. The latter is what you’ll get with the Pelty bluetooth speaker.

iFind Bluetooth Locator is Powered by Ambient Electromagnetic Energy

iFind Bluetooth Locator is Powered by Ambient Electromagnetic Energy
Last year we talked about a concept device that charges AA batteries by harvesting the electromagnetic energy emitted by nearby electronic devices. WeTag Inc.’s iFind Bluetooth locating device uses a similar method to power itself, eliminating the need for replaceable batteries.

PocketScan Mobile Scanner: If You Can Touch It, You Can Scan It

PocketScan Mobile Scanner: If You Can Touch It, You Can Scan It
There are apps that let you use your mobile device to scan documents and images, but if you want a dedicated mobile scanner check out PocketScan. It connects to iPads as well as Windows and OS X computers via Bluetooth and has a built-in battery.

Sony SmartBand SWR10 Review: Pricey But Works Well

Sony SmartBand SWR10 Review: Pricey But Works Well
It was announced a few months back, but the SmartBand was finally available in the last two weeks. I picked this up on a whim, and it’s been on my wrist since then. How has it performed?

Ear Muff Bluetooth Headphones: Just in Time for Summer!

Ear Muff Bluetooth Headphones: Just in Time for Summer!
Now you can talk on your mobile phone in the cold and be relatively comfy. There’s no need to have cold ears. Now you can be chatty and keep those ears warm and toasty at the same time thanks to these Bluetooth Ear Muffs.

R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard: Help Me CTRL-ALT-DELETE, You’re My Only Hope

R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard: Help Me CTRL-ALT-DELETE, You’re My Only Hope
We already know that R2-D2 can swim through swamps, hack computers, fix X-Wing fighters, deliver holographic messages, and even breakdance – and now he works as a keyboard for mobile devices. I’ve seen plenty of laser virtual keyboards, but there’s not really been much to compel me to buy one – until now.

Cue Health Tracker: The Hypochondriac’s Dream – Nightmare? – Gadget

Cue Health Tracker: The Hypochondriac’s Dream – Nightmare? – Gadget
Technology companies are really going after the wallets of health buffs nowadays, what with specialized gear, music players, weighing scales, fitness trackers and more. And now there’s Cue, a device that analyzes samples from your body and provides recommendations on improving your health based on its findings.

Quitbit Smart Lighter: Reverse Fitness Tracker

Quitbit Smart Lighter: Reverse Fitness Tracker
A lighter that can help you quit smoking? It may seem stupid at first, but the more I learn about Quitbit, the less ridiculous it seems. While it does help you light up – to ensure that you’ll take it with you – it also tracks your smoking habits and provides other motivational data and features to help you curb your bad habit.