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New Keyspan cable connects iPods to Ford Sync

Posted in Automotive,iPod Accessories by Nino Marchetti on October 9th, 2007

Keyspan Sync Cable for iPodYou have an iPod. You drive a vehicle which uses Ford’s new Sync media system. You want to connect the two. You probably in that case want the new Keyspan Sync Cable for iPod, priced at around $50.

The Keyspan Sync Cable for iPod works in conjunction with the Sync system found currently in 12 models of 2008 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury models. The cable acts as a bridge between your iPod and Sync so that your player’s content can be displayed on the in-car entertainment screen. You can control the iPod through the Sync system while it charges at the same time.

Keyspan RF Remote for Windows Vista

Posted in Keyspan,Remotes,Vista,Windows by Chetz on August 7th, 2007

Keyspand RF remote for windows vista media player can go through walls and furnitureKeyspan has announced the release of the RF Remote for Windows Vista. The remote is used to run the Vista media player for watching TV, movies, photos or listening to music or the radio on both Vista Home Premium and Vista Ultimate. The real “key” in this remote from Keyspan is the “RF” part, however.

The RF remote uses radio frequency signals to control the Vista media player which is unlike most remote controls that use infrared (IR). The RF remote control does not require a line of sight to operate and the signal can go through walls and furniture. This gives you more flexibility in designing your home entertainment system since you can place your PC with the USB-connected RF receiver inside a cabinet or in a closet and out of the way and …

Keyspan USB 2.0 Server

Posted in Peripherals,USB by Nino Marchetti on August 1st, 2007

Keyspan USB 2.0 ServerKeyspan said today it is now shipping a new USB server for connecting USB devices to networks. The Keyspan USB 2.0 Server is priced at $129 and is available through a variety of retailers.

The Keyspan USB 2.0 Server lets one access two USB 2.0 devices over a local network through an Ethernet connection. It also acts as an extender in that it lets a host PC make use of the USB device as long as both are connected to the network. The USB 2.0 Server is compatible with most USB devices such as printers and storage devices and also allows for bi-directional communication with printers.

Keyspan Presentation Remote

Posted in Keyspan,Remotes by Reuben Drake on July 18th, 2007

Keyspan presentation remoteIt’s hard to get real excited about a presentation remote but they are definitely a must if you do any type of projected presentations through a notebook, and this looks like one of the better ones. The remote uses RF to wirelessly connect from up to 100 feet away so you’re not having to walk back next to your laptop every time you need to change a slide. It also features mouse and volume control, a laser pointer, a button to turn off the display to bring the attention away from the scree when needed and you can power the thing off when you’re not using it to save on the AAA batteries. One really nice added feature is that the little USB RF receiver fits into the end of the remote when not in use so you can always find it when you need …

Keyspan Shipping TuneView Remote Control for Apple iPod

Posted in Accessories,iPod by Quagmire on December 12th, 2006

Keyspan TuneviewKeyspan has announced it has started shipping the TuneView for iPod. The TuneView is a 2-way RF remote control with a color LCD screen that lets you browse and fully control your Apple iPod.

The TuneView system consists of a 2-way RF remote with color LCD screen, a universal iPod dock, a USB power adapter, audio and USB cables, and various dock inserts. In addition to controlling your iPod the system will allow you to :

Connect an iPod to a stereo or powered speakers using the audio line out jack.
Connect an iPod to a TV using the S-Video jack.
Charge an iPod from an AC outlet using the USB Power Adapter.
Sync an iPod with iTunes running on a PC or Mac with the TuneView Dock.

Certainly there are other iPod remotes on the market, but the color LCD screen on the TuneView is a nice touch …