Daily Archives: January 4, 2011

BHF-2000

DriveNTalk Forever With The BHF-2000, Thanks To The Sun

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DriveNTalk, a company that specializes in hands-free Bluetooth telephony in the car, has come up with quite the brilliant proposal: do so with the power of the sun. That is, solar powered gadgets, which could theoretically last forever, so long as you aren’t in Alaska during winter....

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Joby Gorilla-izes iPad

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The iPad is great for many a thing, but one growing frustration I’ve had is the case. Apple’s iPad Case has thus far been the best that I’ve used, but it moves, sometimes plugs don’t fit properly, it can’t sit up straight…it ain’t perfect. I have no doubt that I’ll...

MeMo

Asus Announces New EeePad Tablets, Nothing We Haven’t Seen Already

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Asus isn’t playing around. They’re running straight into the tablet market with three separate devices, one 7″ Android, one 12.1″ Windows 7-based tablet, and a laptop-esque device with a removable keyboard. The first, the EeePad Memo runs a qualcomm snapdragon processor, undoubtedly the same model we’ve seen in recent Android...

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UnityRemote Box IR Remote Center For The iPhone

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With Bluetooth tech connecting it to your iPhone, the UnityRemote box can take its place in the center of your living room and start receiving its orders and transmitting them through an IR beam to any IR-repondent device you own. Which would be most any entertainment device of the modern...

Logix iPad Stand

Logiix Clipstand Is The Smallest iPad Stand

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What do you get when you take the tired concept of an iPad stand and improve on one of its more desirable qualities? You get the ultra-small and ultra-portable Clipstand from Logiix, which is made out of plastic and elastic bands and can grip the iPad in both portrait and...

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Bang & Olufsen Beo6 Wireless Remote Control

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With a new version of its home theater system remote, Bang & Olufsen beings wireless control to its living room entertainment system. The Beo6 replaces the Beo5 and looks good doing it. A glass display with touch interface provides for the more complex aspects of the interaction, and it’s connected...

BumpPlayer

Bump Wireless Media Player Goes Modular

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What can a media player give you? It can look good, and it can be independent of the general mess of cables creeping around the floor, not adding another trip-wire set to bring the whole thing down. Being wireless and distinctive in appearance qualifies the new Aluratek Bump for both...