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Andrea Electronics rolls with new Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on October 8th, 2008

PureAudio Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headset (BT-200)

Andrea Electronics is launching a new noise-canceling Bluetooth headset for when you are driving. It is called the PureAudio Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headset (BT-200) and you’ll find it pricing around $90.

The PureAudio Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headset (BT-200) is said to be a simple to use wireless headset which includes the company’s spin on noise canceling technology. This technology draws from the company’s roots in “developing military-grade intercom systems dating back to the 1960’s”

Sony Ericsson does up ladies’ Bluetooth watches

Posted in Watches by Nino Marchetti on September 24th, 2008

Sony Ericsson MBW-200

Sony Ericsson launched this week its first collection of Bluetooth watches for women. Looking not geeky at all, you’ll find the MBW-200 range of watches available in select global markets by the end of the year.

The MBW-200 watches offer what Sony Ericsson describes as “three different sophisticated designs to match your personality.” They were designed in conjunction with Fossil and are labeled the Sparkling Allure, Contemporary Elegance and Evening Classic Editions.

New Griffin iPhone accessories surface

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Nino Marchetti on September 19th, 2008

Griffin AirCurve

Griffin Technology earlier this week unveiled two new accessories for iPhone owners. These are known as the AirCurve and Clarifi and they price around $20 and $35, respectively.

The AirCruve, which works with both the iPhone and iPhone 3G, takes the sound from the phone’s built-in speaker and amplifies it without the need for a power supply., Griffin says a coiled waveguide within the AirCruve helps to deliver “amazing amplification that sounds like desktop speakers.” It includes a a pass-through slot allowing you to charge and sync your iPhone when using a cable.

New Jabra speakerphone broadcasts cell calls over FM radio

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on August 25th, 2008

Jabra SP700

GN Netcom, through its Jabra headset brand, announced today a new speakerphone for in-car use. It is called the Jabra SP700 and it prices around $100.

The Jabra SP700 transmits cell phone calls to a car’s FM radio for hands-free communications. One clips the speakerphone to a visor, connects it to the phone via Bluetooth and tunes FM radio to the frequency set on the speakerphone. On cars with RDS enabled stereos the caller’s phone number will be displayed and this device also hosts an audio feature that lets users know when the speakerphone status changes, announcing instructions such as ‘power off’, ‘the incoming caller’s number’ and ‘connected’ in a choice of ten languages. It is available now.


Cygnett offering up interesting new Bluetooth speaker

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on August 18th, 2008

Cygnett GrooveTooth Talk

Cygnett recently unveiled a new Bluetooth hands-free speaker which has some interesting design appeal to it. It is called the Cygnett GrooveTooth Talk and you can pick one up for around $80.

The Cygnett GrooveTooth Talk works with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones, inclduing the iPhone 3G. It makes use of Bluetooth 2.0 and offers an auto detection range of around 30 feet. The built-in speaker is 1.5 watts and you can get about seven hours of talk time out of this device.

Santok selling new Bluetooth mobile speakerphone accessory

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Santok STK SP500

Santok, a maker of cellular specific and related products for mobile phone owners, unveiled recently a new Bluetooth speakerphone for inside the car. It is called the Santok STK SP500.

The Santok STK SP500 is described as being fully functional and offering a pivoting microphone as well as adjustable volume. This unit uses Bluetooth to wirelessly connect with a Bluetooth-enabled phone, offering features like caller ID, voice dial activation and call rejection.

Sony Ericsson parties with new Walkman phones, accessories

Posted in Mobile Phones by Nino Marchetti on July 22nd, 2008

Sony Ericsson New Walkman MobilesSony Ericsson is celebrating the Walkman phone’s third anniversary by adding three new mobiles to the family as well as a small army of new accessories. All of these products will be available by the end of the year.

The mobile phone company is specifically debuting the W302, W902 and W595 Walkman cell phones to select markets around the world. It is also rolling out wireless and regular speakers as well as wireless and noise canceling headphones. More details on all of this and more can be found after the jump.


Motorola debuts two new Bluetooth headsets

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on June 14th, 2008

Motorola H560Motorola took the wraps this week off of a couple of new stylish Bluetooth headsets. This new models are the H620 and H560 (pictured). No specific pricing information was released.

Motorola said the H620 is the first Bluetooth headset “optimized for the car.” What the means, the company said, is that the headset sports noise reduction and echo cancellation technology in addition to automatically adjusting the volume as road noise increases.

Renasis launches mobile phone signal booster

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on June 4th, 2008

Renasis MCB-819If cell signals drop like a stone in your home, you probably need a mobile cellular booster to help bring your bars back up. Renasis, a developer of wireless communications products, is offering one such new product in the form of the Renasis MCB-819.

The Renasis MCB-819, which has no pricing or availability information at the moment, offers dual band compatible service (CDMA/PCS) can be used in home or office to enhance cellular signal in areas which typically drop calls, such as in basements or “dead” spots.

SouthWing selling new headset through AT&T

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on June 4th, 2008

SouthWing SH241SouthWing said today one of its Bluetooth headsets is set be available exclusively in the United States via AT&T. It is the SH241 and you’ll find it pricing around $40.

The SouthWing SH241 will offer a variety of interesting features for Bluetooth headset users. This include a whisper mode which identifies the incoming call pone number audibly, one-touch access to a favorite number and auto call pickup.

Tritton debuts small form factor Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on April 8th, 2008

Tritton Technologies is unveiling to Bluetooth phone owners everywhere a somewhat discretely designed wireless headset for hands-free activities. It is called the AX Micro Bluetooth Headset and you’ll find it priced at around $60.

The Tritton AX Micro has what is described as a “comfort fit attachment” and also makes use of flexible finger grips which rest on the inner ear rim for stability. As a Bluetooth headset it will get you around five hours of talk time and 150 hours of standby time on one battery charge.


FunkWerk updates Ego Bluetooth mobile accessories

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on April 1st, 2008

funkwerk.jpgFunkWerk Americas is an outfit I’ve not heard of before but from the looks of the products at their Web site the company seems to be doing some pretty cool things with regards to mobile accessories and Bluetooth. It is taking the CTIA Wireless show this week to make some announcements about upcoming ventures.

FunkWerk said it will be adding on to its Ego Flash and Ego Look products an iPod adapter, available this summer. This iPod adapter will let a driver charge and control the iPod or iPhone, including “automatic pause and resume playback music feature during active calls.” Also being made available in these two Ego products by late spring is the ability to read aloud through a car stereo text messages sent to a Bluetooth enabled cell phone.