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Bluetooth Devices

Bluetooth - This wireless technology enables communication between Bluetooth-compatible devices. It is used for short-range connections between desktop and laptop computers, PDAs (like the Palm Pilot or Handspring Visor), digital cameras, scanners, cellular phones, and printers.
Infrared once served the same purpose as Bluetooth, but it had a number of drawbacks. For example, if there was an object placed between the two communicating devices, the transmission would be interrupted. (You may have noticed this limitation when using a television remote control). Also, the Infrared-based communication was slow and devices were often incompatible with each other.
Bluetooth takes care of all these limitations. Because the technology is based on radio waves, there can be objects or even walls placed between the communicating devices and the connection won't be disrupted. Also, Bluetooth uses a standard 2.4 GHz frequency so that all Bluetooth-enabled devices will be compatible with each other. The only drawback of Bluetooth is that, because of its high frequency, its range is limited to 30 feet. While this is easily enough for transferring data within the same room, if you are walking in your back yard and want to transfer the address book from your cell phone to your computer in your basement, you might be out of luck. However, the short range can be seen as a positive aspect as well, since it adds to the security of Bluetooth communication.

 

BlueAnt - Supertooth 3 Portable In-Car Kit

Supertooth 3 - The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 handsfree speakerphone provides a safer, legal alternative to talking on your cell phone while you drive. Voice prompts provide assistance to help you connect the device with your phone and upload your address book. The Supertooth 3 announces the name or ID of the caller when the phone rings - just say 'OK' to accept the call. Install the Supertooth 3 in seconds for a totally handsfree experience. Click here to see a Live Demonstration. Retail Price, $140.


Jabra BT125

BT125 - A premium headset for the active lifestyle, rugged and durable, the Jabra BT125 is built with comfort and convenience in mind. Whether you’re walking, running, driving or out in town, it will stay firmly placed on either ear. With up to 8 hours talk time and up to 170 hours standby, the Jabra BT125 will keep going as long as you.  Retail Price, $50.


Jabra BT2010

Jabra BT2010 Bluetooth Discreet and intuitive design

BT2010 - If you want a wireless headset that’s practical, intuitive, and delivers great value for money, you can trust the new Jabra BT2010 to deliver. No wonder Jabra has a great reputation for comfort, innovative functionality, and industry-leading design. As always, Jabra headsets set you free so you can reach further.  Retail Price, $50.


Motorola H690

Motorola H690 -the H690 boasts noise-reduction technology that was absent from the H680. It has dual microphones and echo cancellation, which promises better audio performance. The H690 also comes with "TrueComfort" ear buds for better comfort, as well as the usual headset features like voice dialing and a battery status indicator. The rated talk time is 5.5 hours and standby time is up to eight days. Retail Price, $100.


Motorola H780

Motorola H780 - The Motorola Bluetooth H780 takes your conversation from office, to street, to crowded airport terminal. Enjoy crystal clear audio on both ends of the conversation with CrystalTalk for headsets. Accept calls from both your personal and business compatible Bluetooth enabled phones with multipoint technology to simplify your life. Retail Price, $100.


Motorola T325 Portable Bluetooth Car Kit

Motorola T325 - The Motorola Portable Bluetooth® Car Kit T325 is portable, easy to use, and automatically pairs with your phone.  Its intuitive design includes an entry on/exit off feature that automatically connects your mobile to the speakerphone as soon as you enter your car, extending battery life between charges.  It's a great alternative to a headset and clips to your visor with no installation required. Retail Price, $90.


BlackBerry VM 605

BlackBerry VM605 - The BlackBerry® Visor Mount Speakerphone VM-605 is a Bluetooth® enabled device with an integrated speakerphone that you can use to answer incoming calls or make calls using voice dialing, if your BlackBerry device supports voice dialing. You can also use it with your vehicle's stereo system to play audio files from your BlackBerry device or to listen to your calls. If you have a third-party location-based application on your BlackBerry device that provides driving directions, the BlackBerry VM-605 is also designed to announce these driving directions to you. Retail Price, $120.


 

Stay tuned for more Bluetooth devices coming soon.

 


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