These headphones are a dreamthing. Wireless and clear in sound output, these are known to isolate all the sound around so that you can enjoy a perfectly clear sound output, wirelessly. Support wireless protocols like A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, and HSP. With a support for operating frequencies between 20 and 20,000 Hz, the headphones also promise high fidelity sound and a playtime of 17 hours before the next charge. This one’s called the DR-BT50. And there is a lighter weight DR-BT21G. It weighs a mere 63 grams and comes in black and white colors.
The price is still unknown but what we see here is a probable favorite of the season
3G wireless networks were getting quite a bit of press indirectly through the controversy that was the iPhone and the absense of 3G compatability. Well, on a different note, Mac users are going to have access to the 3G network on their computers now. Sprint and Novatel have developed an card compatable with ExpressCard/34 called the Merlin EX720. It allows for a average download speeds of up to 600 Kbps - 1.4 Mbps and average upload speeds of 350-500 Kbps. When it ships, the drivers for Mac OS X will come along with it, and it will cost a hefty $179.99 with a contract.
WiFi, the latest and greatest feature addition that seems to ensure heavy press if you integrate it, right or wrong doesn’t matter. Here we have the Blu:sens G14 that has integrated the WiFi in a way that makes you wonder what Microsoft was thinking. Blu:sens will allow users so share songs with others wirelessly, and the recipients will be able to keep the data for good. DRM is out the window in this situation.
Universal Electronics announced that it has been selected to develop advanced remote controls for new Denon receivers and home entertainment systems to be distributed in the United States, Europe and Asia in early 2007. The new remote control solution will utilize a new innovative design with a built-in monochrome display and the Zigbee open standard for two-way wireless communication.
With its award-winning industrial design team, UEI will produce an advanced control platform in collaboration with Denon which offers users an intuitive way to control Denon’s A/V receivers with unparalleled performance, customization and an ergonomic design.
Elikson, a UK company just introduced this keyboard that has driver support for Palm, Symbian, Blackberry and Windows Mobile. The Wireless Fabric Keyboard provides a 63 key Qwerty layout and measures 306mm x 114mm and operates on two AAA batteries that should last 10 hours. It rolls up and stores in a small, drawstring bag. It sells for 40 pounds in the UK. No word on whether it will be released in the US.
Source: Mobility Site