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Now you have a choice – You do not have to feel like a cyborg with a bluetooth headset in your ear all day. You can wear it on your wrist as your watch and only place it in your ear when you have a call. You can have the convenience of a bluetooth but the freedom of not having it attached to your ear at all times.

When there is an incoming call, you simply detach the hands free unit and, with its soft rubber ear piece, use it as a normal earphone. When the call ends the hands free unit can be re-attached onto the strap, providing maximum comfort as you do not need to wear the main unit on your ear at all times. Also you need not worry about misplacing your Bluetooth – it’s always at your wrist and can be used on outgoing calls like any other bluetooth headset.

There are 2 models available – Analog and Digital with a few color choices for each…

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The analog model has a traditional watch face and is available in 6 colors: Black, Black/White, Gray, Navy, Green Sparkle and White Sparkle. As for the digital version, it has a digital face with a chronograph timer and alarm, it is available in 5 colors: Black, Navy, Gray, Blue and Pink.

Chronotech Bluevoice will work with any make or model Bluetooth enabled cellular phone…

The Bluevoice is with a price tag of $127.95 for the Analog and $119.95 for the Digital version.

More information about the Chronotech Bluevoice…

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Most phones now have a camera and can run Java, there is no reason that some software couldn’t be written to watch for movement in the camera, and translate that into mouse signals for the PC. Bluetooth could be used to send the data to the PC. So there was the challenge, a java program that took multiple frames from the nokia camera, translated that into direction and speed and sent it to the PC as mouse movements.

The software that is being used is still not available for download!

For more information about the Nokia 6230i Bluetooth Mouse project…

An elegantly small, intuitive and powerful interface for input and information access with a variety of devices. It solves the keyboard limitations that until now have stood in the way of achieving the objective of information access anytime, anywhere and from any device. It also replaces device interfaces that are awkward, space inefficient, time-consuming to learn and inappropriate for wireless computing because they are based on keyboard layouts that are over 100 years old and technologies that are nearly fifty years old.

FrogPad is a standard USB plug-and-play keyboard and can be used with wearable PC’s, Tablets, DeskTops, Laptops, Linux, and MACs (OS 9) and above. It has a cable connector for both a standard PC and all USB host applications, the USB cable is also used for recharging the battery inside the keyboard so that it can be used wirelessly. The Bluetooth FrogPad can also be connected and used with all Bluetooth-enabled MAC’s and PC’s and there are also beta drivers for use with Mobile phones and PDA’s.

Specifications
– Gennum Bluetooth wireless technology enabled solution
– Bluetooth HID profile
– 2.4 Ghz operating frequency
– 10m (30 feet) range
– Integrated rechargeable battery (via USB)
– Portable with all the functions of a full-sized keyboard
– Single-handed use with full-sized keys
– Compatible with devices using the Bluetooth HID profile
– 3″ x 5″ compact size
– Dimensions: 5.60″ x 3.73″ x 0.66″ (0.35″ Corner Radius)

The price of the FrogPad Bluetooth Keypad is $149.99

For more information about the FrogPad Bluetooth Keypad…


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