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Posts Tagged ‘ Wireless ’

Beats Powerbeats2 Wireless Earbuds


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While the media is still covering every angle of Apple’s $3 billion acquisition of Beats, the brand built by hip hop superstar Dr. Dre continues doing what they do best – building headphones that millions of people will want to buy. Introducing the Beats Powerbeats 2 Wireless Earbuds. Serving as the company’s first pair of wireless earbuds (they have already released wireless headphones), we imagine these will be a huge hit with avid gym goers and athletes everywhere. Each pair is completely wireless, and also completely sweat proof. A full charge will give you 6 hours of Bluetooth connectivity, while a quick 15 minute charge will give you enough juice for a 60 minute session. These lightweight earbuds were inspired by LeBron James, and have been packed with the power of dual-driver acoustics. These are the perfect companion to help you get back into shape this summer season.

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JamStik | A Guitar Designed For Your iPad


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This 15” long MIDI instrument features real guitar strings and works wirelessly over Wi-Fi. The company behind the JamStik, Zivix, says there’s no tuning required, and the low latency means instant responsiveness with the strings—very important. There’s a rechargeable battery so you can whip out your Stik for those campfire sing-a-longs, and it has full MIDI support for those home studio sessions. Plus, the bundled JamTutor system promises to teach you things Activision never could.

The Dash Wireless Smart In Ear Headphones


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Sure, progress has been made from the boom box on the shoulder, but even the lightest of headphones come with cords that get more twisted than Twisted Sister playing Twister. The Dash is making a bold move towards being your MVP on every run, lift, or extreme sporting adventure, as these wireless in ear-headphones pair up with smartphones and Mp3 players, and the internal 4GB memory lets you store 1,000 songs. The Dash also tracks your vital fitness stats and monitors your heart rate, oxygen saturation and the energy you’ve spent. The built-in mic and Bluetooth let you take calls, and the whole thing even works underwater.

Smarty Ring


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Smart watches have been all the rage on the tech scene, but we’ve yet to see a smart ring. Well that’s exactly what Smarty Ring is, and seeing that they just surpassed their goal on IndieGoGo, this concept may soon become a reality. Rather than having to pull out your phone a hundred times a day to check for updates on Facebook, you can now get all of your text, chat, and social network notifications sent right to your fingers. Utilizing Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology, this smart ring will work on both iOS and Android powered devices (with an interactive app built for both), and also lets users manage their calls from their fingers as well. You can do everything from accepting/rejecting incoming calls to speed dial and emergency calls. There’s even a built-in butt call alert for those accidental dials. The Smarty Ring also comes with a built-in clock that displays five different time zones, and even includes a stop watch as well for training in the gym. The ring itself is crafted from allergy free surgical stainless steel, uses LED lights for the display, and includes a wireless charger.

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DigitalRev Reviews the Innovative Sony QX100 Lens Camera


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Examining the ins and outs of Sony’s QX100, the camera experts at DigitalRev bring us their latest review. The hybrid camera-lens is intended for use with a mobile phone, and does represent a new niche in the market, however may not be specialized enough for photography purists. Connecting wirelessly via a Sony app seems to contribute inherent lag issues to the newfangled device, while the review also touches on shortcomings with the app interface. To it’s credit, the device does boast a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens, 3.6x optical zoom resulting in crisp photos and videos.

A Tabletop That Wirelessly Charges Your Devices


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As wireless charging moves to the forefront of mobile computing, DuPont building innovations has teamed up with the Power Matters Alliance to create tabletops with embedded charging solutions for both smartphones and tablets. “The next phase in wireless power is seeing it embedded into surfaces used for furnishing solutions,” says President of PMA, Ron Resnick. “DuPont has been driving innovation for decades in the area of advanced materials. The collaboration between both company’s innovations marks another step forward in our vision to make smart wireless power a ubiquitous part of our lives.” Named the DuPont Corian, the tabletops come in a range of 30 different colors and can be fitted in both kitchens and offices.

Levitating Wireless Computer Mouse


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Russian designer Vadim Kibardin bothered about carpal tunnel syndrome (median nerve dysfunction / entrapment) that occurs with long-term use of computer mouse and developed the “BAT” – the levitating wireless computer mouse. It consists of a floating navigator and magnetic base ring. As any active computer users can be prone to this ailment, the system aims to eliminate numbness, tingling, weakness, or muscle damage in the hand and fingers caused from over exposure to a mouse by elevating the controls to an ergonomic position.

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