Snugg iPad 2 & iPad 4 Leather Keyboard Case in Black – Flip Stand Cover and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior with Bluetooth Keyboard – Apple iPad Keyboard Compatible with iPad 2, 3 & iPad 4 Reviews

Snugg iPad 2 & iPad 4 Leather Keyboard Case in Black – Flip Stand Cover and Premium Nubuck Fibre Interior with Bluetooth Keyboard – Apple iPad Keyboard Compatible with iPad 2, 3 & iPad 4

  • Fits the iPad 2, iPad 3 & iPad 4 perfectly
  • Built in wireless Bluetooth 3.0 silicone keyboard
  • Bluetooth interface with a built in rechargable lithium battery
  • Full Access to all iPad Ports / connections while its cased
  • Get Snugg Quality and not Cheap Imitations!

Due to its innovative design, the keyboard is the case! The iPad Keyboard case combines a wireless keyboard with a built-in PU Leather premium stand. This case folds in all the right places, stands up perfectly for FaceTime or watching movies and there is a cut out for the rear camera so that you can use the camera without removing the iPad from the case. The High quality soft nubuck fibre interior and Velcro flap secure the iPad tightly in place when in landscape position. There is an area abov

Nokia Essence promises 99.8 percent noise cancellation, lets you listen to Ke$ha in peace

In-ear headphones that cancel out almost all of the background noise? Yes, please. The Nokia Essence is the latest stereo Bluetooth to hit the market, and it’s poised to eliminate as much of the world around you as possible – 99.8 percent of it, at least. As many earbuds impel the user to turn up the volume level just to hear more bass, the idea with the Essence is to zap out low-frequency background noises (such as traffic) to provide a deeper bass sound without having to crank up the knob to 11. The Essence is also equipped with NFC for easy tap-to-pair functionality. Scroll down below to see a video showing a guy who’s getting the most out of his new headphones.


USB stick plus monitor equals an Android computer

I doubt mobile computing will evolve to computers on a USB stick for most people, but this prototype device offering found by The Verge is certainly intriguing to a gadget geek like me. Called the Cotton Candy, the small device looks like a traditional USB flash drive with one extra hardware bit on the outside; an HDMI port. While the stick can be plugged into any computer’s USB slot, it works as a standalone computer as well, capable of running Android, Ubuntu Linux or, through a virtualization client, Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X.

We’ve seen “PC on a stick” products before, but the HDMI port helps make the Cotton Candy stand out. Attach a monitor to the HDMI port and a power supply to the USB jack and y0u’re up and running. Adding to the feature set is a microSD slot, and integrated Wi-Fi and BlueTooth radios; these wireless options provide both connectivity and support for a keyboard or a mouse.

Of course, if the Cotton Candy prototype ever makes it to market, don’t expect a full desktop or laptop level of performance. Internally, the device is expected to have the guts of a capable smartphone: 1.2 GHz Cortex A9 processor, 1 GB of memory, and a quad-core graphics chip supporting 1080p video encoding and playback. But with dimensions of 8 cm x 2.5 cm, you weren’t really expecting an 2.8 GHz multi-core desktop processor, were you?

While I like the mobile aspect of the Cotton Candy, a better use for the product may be to extend the feature set of a traditional laptop or computer. It can be used to transfer media from a mobile operating system to a desktop environment or for running Android inside Windows or Mac OS X as needed. Sure, it’s a very niche product, but we geeks often gravitate to such things!

How to Connect Pair a Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard to your iPad

A video showing you how to connect (pair) a bluetooth wireless keyboard to your iPad. This works with the iPad 1, iPad 2, and the new iPad (the iPad 3). This…
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IVSO® Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Bluetooth Keyboard Portfolio Case – DETACHABLE Bluetooth Keyboard Stand Case / Cover for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Tablet (Black)

IVSO Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Bluetooth Keyboard Portfolio Case – DETACHABLE Bluetooth Keyboard Stand Case / Cover for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Tablet (Black)

  • Exclusive design for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 GT-P3113/P3110 (***NOT fit OLD version Galaxy Tab 7.0 P1000 P1100)
  • 3-In-1 functionality: Bluetooth V3.0 keyboard + Stand + Premium Carrying Case
  • Real laptop-style keyboard, giving you better typing experience than silicone keyboard as other cases
  • Precise cut-off provides full access to all ports and features
  • Charging time 2.5 – 3 hours; Estimated uninterrupted working time 60 hours

IVSO Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Bluetooth Keyboard Portfolio Case – DETACHABLE Bluetooth Keyboard Stand Case / Cover for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 GT-P3113/P3100/P3110

This Bluetooth keyboard case is a perfect combination for your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 GT-P3113/P3110 device. It provides full protection in a stylish leather case with DETACHABLE wireless Bluetooth keyboard built inside. It is easy to use and easy to setup so you get the best of both worlds. Great for the traveling business pers

Motorola TX550 Sonic Rider Bluetooth Car Kit – Retail Packaging – Silver Reviews

Motorola TX550 Sonic Rider Bluetooth Car Kit – Retail Packaging – Silver

  • World class echo and noise reduction with one microphone, and powerful 2-watt speaker ensure you?ll hear and be heard over road noise
  • More than 2x BETTER TALK TIME, Than the leading competitor (45 hours)
  • This speakerphone tells you when you are connected, battery level, and if mute is on with audible voice prompts
  • Take calls from up to two phone lines at the same time, so more than one passenger can use the speakerphone. Also saves up to six phone connections, so the whole family can use

TX550 Sonic Rider, Enjoy hands free calls and music in vehicle while suppressing road noise

New Bluetooth Basketball Analyzes Your Shooting, Dribbling Skills

It’s called “madness” for a reason — the college basketball frenzy in March is enough to convince many that if they only had a better handle on the ball, or a higher arc, they, too could have made it to the Final Four.

InfoMotion Basketball

Now there’s a basketball for that.

An Ohio-based company called InfoMotion has created a high-tech, Bluetooth-equipped basketball that senses the player’s motions with the ball and, after analyzing the data, shares it wirelessly to a compatible iOS or Android smartphone app.

InfoMotion has kicked off a Kickstarter campaign today to raise money for the production of the ball.

Mike Crowley, InfoMotion’s CEO, says the app doesn’t just spit out data; it’s supposed to offer advanced diagnostics to help players improve their games. “Five years ago, when we started the company, we knew consumers needed data. But the next evolution, beyond just activity tracking, is, how do I get better?”

The sensors in the ball can measure the direction of the ball’s spin and how quick your release is after catching the ball. In terms of ball handling, the Bluetooth ball knows the efficiency of your left hand versus your right hand, and how hard you dribble with each — in a sense, how confident you are with the ball.

Using this data, the app will recognize patterns and offer suggestions to shoot with a higher arc, or use your legs, or change the trajectory of the ball.

While the ball can sense when it has hit backboard, rim or net, InfoMotion’s “hit-or-miss” technology is still in development, so right now the app won’t tell you how many shots you’ve made — only how many you’ve taken.

The app also has a multiplayer mode, in which you and up to three other friends can take turns shooting 10 shots at a time and compete. InfoMotion’s goal is to create a kind of virtual playground, in which ballplayers around the world can compare scores within the app.

InfoMotion_Basketball App

The sensor-laden basketball is made of indoor/outdoor synthetic leather, courtesy of Spalding. Despite the fact that the ball comes packed with an eight-hour battery, Crowley says it meets regulation weight and size. It’s Qi-compatible, so it can be charged wirelessly, and comes with a charging sleeve.

If you can already feel the synthetic leather pimples under your fingertips, here’s the part where you might get a little, um, deflated: InfoMotion doesn’t expect the ball to ship until the third quarter of this year. And it will retail for a whopping $295. That almost makes these basketball sneakers look reasonable (not really).

To be fair, this new offering is much cheaper than InfoMotion’s first high-tech basketball, which launched in 2011 and ranged in price from $2,500 to $5,000. That ball was aimed mainly at high-level coaches and players.

But $295 is still a lot for a synthetic-leather basketball. Here’s a little free advice, kids: High-tech or not, just get out there and shoot — a lot!