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Blue Raven previews cell phone to landline device

Posted in Blue Raven,Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on January 15th, 2008

Blue Raven MobileMate 1380Blue Raven Technology is out with a new phone adaptor device for use at home or in the office which lets you use your mobile to place and receive calls over your land line phone. It is called the Blue Raven MobileMate 1380 and it is set to price at around $100.

The Blue Raven MobileMate 1380 makes use of Bluetooth technology and lets one connect a Bluetooth-enabled mobile to a house phone. It can, by doing this, in effect let you use either phone to place and receive calls over either network. The connected house phone will ring when the paired mobile does as well.

New Blue Raven speakers do docks or Bluetooth

Posted in Blue Raven,iPod Accessories,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on December 10th, 2007

Blue Raven Maestro 2040iPod accessory maker Blue Raven Technology unveiled today some new iPod speaker systems, some of which use Bluetooth for wireless audio streaming from the MP3 player. The new Blue Raven Maestro 2020 and 2040 models range in price from around $170 to $300.

The Blue Raven Maestro 2020 and 2040 models are two piece speaker systems with 20 and 40 watts of digital audio playback, respectively. They come in several different colors. What distinguishes the products from each other is that two of the four models have built-in iPod docks, while the others make use of an optional Bluetooth transmitter attached to the iPod to receive sound. All models can connect almost any other audio device to the unit with the auxiliary in port.

Blue Raven flies in new iPod accessories

Posted in Blue Raven,iPod Accessories by Nino Marchetti on October 25th, 2007

blue-raven-transmitter.jpgBlue Raven Technology, a provider of iPod accessories, came out this week with three new add-ons for everybody’s favorite digital audio player. These include a voice recorder (around $40), FM transmitter (around $50) and home theater dock (around $80).

The voice recorder has a built-in mono microphone for use with the iPod’s voice memo function and draws power from the player. It also sports line-in jacks for recording from other devices. The wireless FM transmitter offers playback over a FM radio up to 100 feet away, station presets and an included car charger for keeping your iPod charged while traveling.

Rounding out the new Blue Raven iPod accessories is a home theatre dock. This lets you connect your iPod to a home theatre system so you can enjoy audio and video in larger ways. All of these accessories look to be available now.

Blue Raven Maestro 1070

Posted in Blue Raven,iPod Accessories,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on August 6th, 2007

Blue Raven Maestro 1070Blue Raven Technology, one of the horde of smaller consumer electronics companies which once in awhile surfaces with a new product, apparently recently unveiled a new iPod speaker system. The Blue Raven Maestro 1070 is priced at around $200 and available now.

The Blue Raven Maestro 1070 has a sleek look to it, being reminiscent of the Apple iPod HiFi. It comes with a 12-button remote control which lets you control music and we assume select iPod features from a distance. There’s also an auxiliary cable for using this system with other audio devices as well as a video out port so you can watch your iPod video content on a television or monitor.

Blue Raven MediaMate 7080 Portable DVR

Posted in Blue Raven,DVR,Media Players by Chris Weber on June 4th, 2007

Blue Raven Mediamate 7080 media player and portable DVR with 7″ screenBlue Raven and unveiled a new portable media player featuring a 7″ display and built-in, timed recording capabilities making it a handy pocket-sized DVR. The Mediamate 7080 is one of two new 7000 series portable media players released today by the company, differing only in capacity.

It has an 80GB internal HDD to record up to 100 hours of DVD-quality video, and can do so direct into the device. By simply connecting the MediaMate directly to your media source such as a TV or DVD player with some AV cables it can record without any type of docking device. With the timer you can then set the time that you want to recording to stop and start. The media player can also record voice, play music and view photos.

It houses has a multi-card reader for SD, …