Bluetooth Bracelet Shows Caller ID & Vibrates, Deemed Most Fashionable Accessory At Oscars

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2 Comments to Bluetooth Bracelet Shows Caller ID & Vibrates, Deemed Most Fashionable Accessory At Oscars

  1. I own two of them, one paired BlackBerry Bold 9000 and one paired with my wife’s BlackBerry Tour 9630. They work great.

    the only draw backs I can list to this device and it’s high school trend looking silicon banded unit, is that it’s Services/profile is Hands-Free unit / headset. which is a problem for those of us whom use more then one device that is hardwired to that profile, this device doesn’t seem to like to share connections even with >B bluetooth v.2.0 .

    all-in-all this device is a great bit of tech, I look forward to seeing it’s next gen to have a wider
    support base and a more robust features namely

    1.adding in caller name’s along with they’re numbers, this current model only dose caller’s number.

    2.changing the bluetooth profile or provide a way to change it’s pairing code. currently it’s 0000
    *would more then likely fix the pairing of more then one like profiled devices*

    3. as Jake said above me, Watch functions, a time display would round this device off nicely, the current “Connected” readout is always displayed but might turn the device off to some who don’t want the added hassle of having to answer the content questions of what that “connected” text is for, a simple blue light could be a nice way to go.

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