October 31, 2009

Monthly Round Up - October 2009

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The holidays are quickly approaching and Q4 looks to be the best ever when it comes to new NAV gadgets. We will bring you as many as we can as well as other ideas for networking.

A/V to PC Streaming

Advertising

Audio Devices

Audio Streaming

Blu-ray Players

Digital Frame

Freakin' Friday

Game Console Streaming

Game Consoles

HDTV

Hands On Review

Home Networking

Home Theater

Image Streaming

Internet Radio

Internet Video

Media Center

Media Hard Drives

NAVi Award Winner

Networking

News

PC to TV A/V Streaming

PS3 Streaming

PSP Streaming

Portable Media

Press Release

Remote Control

Routers

Sonos

Speaker Systems

Steals and Deals

TV Streaming

TiVo

Twitter Support

USB Devices

Video Devices

Video Streaming

Wireless Headphones

Wireless Music

Wireless Network

e-Readers

iPhone Streaming

iPod Streaming

Our thanks to Patches the Cat, Cheryl M. Logan, Nena Caladeron, Brandi McClure, iPhone Information, Chris, Almeda Dotson and Visible Voicemail for supporting us on Twitter.

Happy Pumpkin Day!

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October 30, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Virtual Home Theater Glasses

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You know if Oprah digs it, it is a must have. A prime example are these Virtual Mobile Home Theater Video Glasses. Connect to a portable DVD player, iPod video, game console or TV tuner and you get a glorious 50" worth of viewing on its virtual TFT-LCD screen that appears at a 2M distance. We can see this as a must have for frequent fliers or traveling toddlers who keep asking, "Are we there yet?"

Via Virtual Mobile Home Theater Video Glasses

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October 30, 2009

TEAC All-in-One Audio Player

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TEAC has a new compact, all-in-one audio system. The CR-H500NT has a CD player, AM/FM tuner, USB and iPhone/iPod support, and a WiFi bg module for receiving Internet radio while away from your computer. The device provides up to 2 x 40W with a frequency of 20-60kHz , wake-up and sleep timer functions, and an LCD display that can be dimmed. Contact the company for price and availability.

Via TEAC

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October 29, 2009

Special Paint Blocks WiFi Signals

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A University of Tokyo team has developed a special paint that can block out WiFi signals. The substance, which costs about £10 (~$16.00) per kg, contains aluminum-iron oxide that resonates at the same frequency. Future applications may include keeping wireless networks secure, shielding for hospital rooms, blocking phone calls during social or business events and making clothes that protect humans from electromagnetic waves.

Via BBC

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October 29, 2009

BRAVIA Home Theater System

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Home theaters continue to become more affordable and diminutive in size. The Sony BRAVIA 5.1-Channel System only weighs about 11 lbs., yet delivers 1000 watts over 5 channels and can upscale video. The set includes a wireless rear speaker system and iPod9 dock for audio and video playback. Make it multi-room capable with a separate AIR-SA10 Speaker System.

Via Sony BRAVIA 5.1-Channel System

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October 28, 2009

DFDTV Online Network

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DFDTV is an actual startup network on the Net. Launched last month, it features scheduled programming as well as OD streaming. Channels include DigitalRicks (live music performance,) LiveLaughs, and the "Really" Independent Film channel. They also will be including special events and invite charitable organizations' happenings to be seen on their network. Sign up is free and viewers can comment on their blog.

(Thanks, Kyle)

Via DFDTV

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MinoHD Holds 2 Hours of Video

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We have extolled the virtues of our Flip Video before and they have released a new one in time for the holidays. The MinoHD captures up to 2 hours of video on its 8GB of memory. Compatible with PC or Mac, they have updated their FlipShare software so that it super simple to edit, and upload. We especially appreciate the still-image capture. Pick a frame, drag and drop, and you get game picture.

Via Flip Video

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October 27, 2009

Yamaha Stylin' With Clock Radio Line

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Yamaha's TSX-W80 TV combines form with function. The sleek clock AM/FM radio has a timer, mini-jack input and built-in speakers. Each comes with its own remote and wireless iPod cradle for streaming with the company's AirWired technology. It is due out this December in beige, dark blue or brown.

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The company is also offering a more macho looking TSX-70 with the same capabilities. No price has been released on either as yet.

Via Yamaha (translated)

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Sound Blaster Card Turns PC Into Audio System

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Turn your wimpy sounding PC or laptop into an Xtreme Fidelity Entertainment System with Creative's Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround Sound Card. Easily connectible by USB, it features CMSS 3D surround and EAX Advanced HD sound effects for gamers. The card has handy headphone and microphone inputs for those who want to keep the sound to themselves.

Via Creative Sound Blaster Card

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October 26, 2009

Sony 3D Display Prototype

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Look Ma, no glasses. Sony has jumped on the 3D bandwagon with their prototype 360º Display. Debuted at this week's Tokyo's Digital Contents Expo, it stands about 10.6" with a diameter of 5.1". With support for 24-bit 96x128 resolution color, this may just be the next generation of digital frames. The company also plans to launch an LCD TV with 3D capability, and will build in support into the PS3, VAIO laptops and Blu-ray players.

Via PC World

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch

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Logitech continues to put out the latest technology. This time it is their Squeezebox Touch that allows you to listen to Internet radio, including music, news and sports, online music services and iTunes via your stereo. At a size of 5.2 x 9.7 x 8.4", the wireless device can be accessed with its color touchscreen, intuitive menus and remote. If you already own a Squeezebox, then you can create your own mini-music system. Pre-order now and receive free shipping.

Via Logitech Squeezebox

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October 23, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Energizer Official Battery of Rock Band

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In a most bizarre cross promotion, Energizer, MTV and Harmonix have teamed to create a contest for rock bands. Entrants can create a band profile with the Energizer Rock Band "Advance Into Overdrive application on Facebook. Then they must beg buds to vote for them and the "most creative, interactive, entertaining, and fan driven page" wins. Here's the kicker. The first prize is being able to rock out for 20 straight hours at the NY Times Square MTV store on Nov .13 and will be streamed on Energizer's site. This is supposedly because their Advanced Lithium batteries can go 20 hours longer than their MAX standard alkalines.

Not only will this push batteries, it is also meant to promote the new in-game feature 'Battle of the Bands' that will allow players to compete against others online. Okay, but couldn't they just have given out coupons or free samples?

Via Advance Into Overdrive

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Moxi Mate Compliments Their DVR

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If you already own a Moxi HD DVR, then the good news is that you can now receive its content in other rooms. Like its parent, the Moxi Mate features HDMI output, USB 2.0, eSATA and Ethernet ports, and backlit remote control. Play back recorded shows and movies from the DVR, access media from your computer, view Website content, control your home automation, all simplified with Moxi's software and menu.

Via Moxi Mate

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October 22, 2009

Hospital Uses Twitter to Instruct

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Michigan's car industry may be going through a rough time, but they are certainly state of the art when it comes to technology. The Henry Ford Hospital has been tweeting for some time now. Their twitter account lets others follow along during an operation (if that's not too much information,) and updates the patient's status. They also provide graphics via YouTube for anyone who wants to watch.

Via Henry Ford Twitter

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D-Link Xtreme Router Doubles as Digital Frame

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How clever of D-Link to make its Xtreme Router more aesthetically correct by adding a 3.2" LCD screen that doubles as a digital photo frame. The wireless N DIR-685 features an integrated 802.11n high-speed band and a 2.4GHz signal, can hold a 2.5" hard drive and has built-in NAS for storage. Also packed is a UPnP AV server for streaming video through a media player to your TV and access to social networking sites. Use its USB 2.0 port to connect other external storage devices or printer.

Via D-Link Routers


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October 21, 2009

Koss Support For The Cure Pink SportBuds

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Doing its part of the "Susan G. Komen for the Cure" for breast cancer awareness this month, Koss is offering SportBuds Earphones with 80 - 20Hz frequency responses and less than 1% distortion. The 2-fer comes in a wind-up storage case and can be used with MP3, DVD and CD players. A portion of the price of each set sold will be donated to the cause.

Via Koss SportBuds Earphones


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Sonos ZonePlayer Controlled by iPhone

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Sonos has released a new wireless system that you can control via your iPhone. The Sonos ZonePlayer S5 can play music from your iTunes library, 25,000 IR stations via your router and online streaming services such as SIRIUS and Pandora. Your iPhone/iPod touch effectively becomes a remote or you can still utilize your PC, Mac, or Sonos Controller 200. Should you receive a call, the music will continue. The ambitious device can easily be set up in other rooms with wireless add-ons. Pre-order if you want to get a ZonePlayer ASAP.

(Thanks, Thomas)

Via Sonos

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October 20, 2009

Epson PictureMate Charm Released

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Making its debut this week is Epson's latest one-name portable printer that has been dubbed the PictureMate Charm. With a 2.5" LCD, you get one touch borderless printing even without a PC. Photos come out in as fast as 37 seconds and can even be made wirelessly from a cell phone with a Bluetooth adapter. Available for $149.99, the Charm has a built-in memory slot and, as is characteristic with Epson, your pics will come out scratch, smudge and water resistant.

Via Epson

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FLO TV Becomes Mobile

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Qualcomm has decided to produce its own FLO TV Personal TV. The digital broadcasting device will set you back $249.99, with a minimum $8.99 3-year subscription. The PTV-350 has a handy 3.5" touchscreen for easy selections, built-in speakers and stand. You can receive multiple cable channels on the small handheld and it will keep your favorites, with a play time of 5 hours on a single charge. Pre-order now and get one in time for the holidays

Via FLO TV

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October 19, 2009

Vonage Mobile VoIP

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Vonage is now offering a VoIP app for international calls via iPhone, iPod touch and Blackberry. When a call is received, the cell phone number will be displayed on caller ID and a credit card number must be input for access. The company claims that Vonage Mobile will save users up to 50% on calls and for now is offering per minute rates. Later this year, a plan will be available for a monthly fee with Vonage World. The application is free from the Vonage site, Apple's App Store and RIM's App World.

Via Vonage

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NAVi Award Winner - myTouch Google Phone

We all have to admit that we see Google ads and click on them once in awhile and can be influenced by the best and worst of TV ads. To this end, we are incorporating a new feature in NAV, an "I want it simply because the commercial is so good," which we find is the ultimate networking tool in action. So our first NAVi Award goes to the T-Mobile myTouch Google phone. The ad features Whoopi Goldberg, Phil Jackson and Jesse James. The background tune from Yusuf Islam (nee Cat Stevens) certainly deserves honorable mention.

Via T-Mobile myTouch

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October 16, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Terk HDTVa Antenna

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We finally caved and bought an indoor antenna to replace the one the cat ate. We admit we are a slave to "Hell's Kitchen" and haven't been able to get Fox since the digital crossover. We did some homework first, then settled on the Terk HDTVa because frankly, we not only liked its looks, we liked the way it could be positioned. We definitely approve of its reception, a gazillion times better than the one we got from the dollar store.

The HDTVa has a high gain amp for better reception and can receive UHF and VHF channels 2 - 69. The receiving element can be placed vertically or horizontally as can the antenna, and the dipoles can also be adjusted. We no longer have to constantly turn the thing after finding the best position. The only thing we don't like about it is that we still cannot get Fox and Chef Ramsey.

Via Terk

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Sony Supports the Pink With Notebook and Reader

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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Sony has offered both a Pink W Series Mini Notebook and Rose Reader Pocket Edition for the cause. The company will offer a portion of the price with each one sold, with a total of over $100,000.00 donated.

Via Sony Style

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October 15, 2009

Panasonic Unveils Multimedia Wonder

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During the CEATEC 09 last week, Panasonic unveiled their All in One Multimedia Wonders, the MW-10 and MW-7. The devices combine a photo frame, CD player, iPod dock and video player. Details are sketchy but we are thinking that you can cram all kinds of media in them and cut down on the baggage.

Via Akihabara News

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Marrantz SR6004 Receiver

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Marrantz has unveiled their latest 7.1 AV receiver. The SR6004 features RX101 Bluetooth capability and features Audyssey MultEQ, Dynamic Volume, Dolby NR professional logic IIz and DolbyTrue HD and will work with iPods or MP3 players via USB.

Via Marantz

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October 14, 2009

Sony Digital Frame/Printer

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We are not much for digital frames, being one more thing to have to dust, but next time your family comes over, pop out your Sony DPP-F700, wait for it....and when they comment on the cute picture of your little ones, print them out a copy. That's right. The printer is built in and can make 4x6" copies that are fingerprint, water and discoloration resistant and can be made in less than a minute. The 7" frame has a 800x400 resolution, 1GB memory and has an editor for personalizing your images. Compatible with both Mac and PC via memory cards, sticks or USB, look for it next month.

Via Sony Insider

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URC Remote Includes PowerBlaster

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Don't you just love a remote that comes with a PowerBlaster? The URC RFS200 PowerPak Bundle comes with a MasterControl RF20 that is pre-programmed for almost any kind of TV, DVD and CD players, satellite receivers, set top boxes and game systems. It can also "learn" commands from your other remotes, old or new. Features include a fully backlit keypad, customizable LCD screen, 40 built-in favorites channels, and it comes with 4AAA batteries. The IR PB can be used behind walls or in other rooms, giving you control up to 100" away without pointing. The URC remote is a must have when you are weaning your kids (or spouse) from too much game watching or playing.

Via URC PowerPak Bundle

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October 13, 2009

Eye-Fi App Available for iPhone

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Say buh-bye to your USB. Eye-Fi cards are nifty devices that send your images and/or video from your camera to a server via your router, then your PC with automatic back-up. The technology is referred to as TransferJet and about 40 electronics companies are developing devices with it. The speed is about 560 Mbps, faster than USB 2.0 and, because of the short range, the 4.48GHz tech utilizes less power.

The cards themselves have been out for a while, but the company recently added a free app for iPhone and has begun to offer the service in the UK this month.

Via Eye-Fi Cards

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Belkin Conserve Remembers to Turn Off

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You know you forget to shut off that CD player, set top box and other gadgets because you are terminally lazy. Belkin's Conserve Surge takes care of the chore for you. It is a protector with a built-in timer that will automatically shut off six outlets after 11 hours of use. It also features 2 "always on" outlets. With a one-touch on/off button wired to the device, you can control them from your desktop.

Via Belkin


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October 12, 2009

Buffalo Hard Drive Speeds Along With USB 3.0

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Buffalo has built a series of external hard drives that support USB 3.0 for faster transfer. The HD-HU3 line comes in 1TB and 1.5TB models at $225.00 and $284.00 respectively, however you will have to add the new speed USB port onto your now outdated PC. A 2TB model is planned on down the road.

Via Buffalo Tech

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PSP Go Comes Out to Play

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The PSP Go has finally arrived and has the ability to download games, movies, tunes and TV programs from the PlayStation Network. The portable game system has a 16GB built-in flash memory, Bluetooth support and a 3.8" LCD screen. There are 13 mini games available so far and there should be about 50 by the end of the year. Each game is 100MB or less and will set you back less then $4.00.

Via PlayStation Network

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October 9, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Asus O!Play

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Asus' O!Play has finally arrived in the US. With support for most video, audio and still image files, the media player has a USB 2.0 port and eSATA/USB combo port for input. The company also included a RJ-45 Ethernet LAN connection and both HDMI and A/V output. A low price and sleek look might be a good reason to consider the multi-functional O!Play.

Via Asus O!Play


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Watch EyeTV on Your iPhone/iPod touch

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With the new EyeTV application, you can now receive and record programming on your iPhone (OS 3.0 or higher) or iPod touch. It comes with a Program Guide and you can view and edit recordings by starting them on your Mac or scheduling them for a later date. Add a WiFi connection and watch anywhere. They EyeTV app is available at the iTunes store for $4.99.

Via EyeTV App

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October 8, 2009

Ishtar Cafe for Women Only

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It's funny (but not the ha-ha kind) how we take for granted our ability to use our local Starbucks to do a bit of research on our lunch hours. Such is not the case in Iraq where women are not really welcomed in Internet cafes. Azhar al-Sheikhli, a former Iraqi Cabinet member, established the Ishtar center near the University of Baghdad for women only. Although there are thousands of such cafes there, she says that women seem to like the safety of the center and feel less intimidated when they need to ask questions.

Via ABC News

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Share With Netgear Stora

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Traveling pants (and skirts) will appreciate Netgear's Stora with its 2-bay, 1TB capacity. The network attached device allows you and your family/friends/business associates to share music, images, music and other files in one location. Stream from your PC, iPhone or any other net-connected device and share the love on any social networking site.

Via Netgear Stora


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October 7, 2009

Make Some Cash With Fonera Router

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Fon, little known in the States, has released their Fonera 2N Router. It has built-in access to sites like Facebook and YouTube, which means you can use it even when your computer is turned off. Compatible with both Mac and PC, you can upload images automatically from a connected USB device. After connection to their community, you actually get cash back to recruit others to join. The price of the Fonera 2N is €79 (~$99.00.)

Via Fon

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Sony to Offer Blu-ray Streaming on PSP and PS3

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Beginning in November, some Sony Picture films will include an extra disc that allows an additional download via USB. The PSP copy is accessible on the PS3 and in some cases a separate DVD is included. Both "Godzilla" and "The Ugly Truth" will be part of the collection. We call that a clever advertising move on Sony's part as cross marketing has a tendency to inspire holiday shopping.

Via Blu-ray

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October 6, 2009

TiVo Comes to BlackBerry

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RIM has finally released TiVo for BlackBerry owners, sort of. With the free application, users can view their Program Guide and schedule movies and programs for the set-top box. Unfortunately, you cannot stream them onto the smartphones, but at least it is a step in the right direction and the price is right.

Via BlackBerry App World

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iTech i.VoicePRO 901 Headset

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The iTech i.VoicePRO 901 Headset is top of the line with its Secure Simple Pairing technology (Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR) and Multipoint connectivity for more than one cell phone attachment. The company promises better wind resistance, automatic volume control and high-quality echo cancellation. The headset weighs less than half an ounce, offers up to 4.5 hours of talk or 100 hrs. on standby. Choose between glossy glossy black, silver or wine at a decently inexpensive price.

Via iTech Bluetooth

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October 5, 2009

Chumby One - Less Bucks, Faster Speed

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After 2 years on the market, there will soon be a new Chumby in town. The WiFi Chumby One will have a new hard shell, a faster CPU from 350 to 454mHz, FM and Internet radio. The 3.5" 320x240 display will remain the same and there are still about 1,500 widgets available. The price should be around $100.00, half the price of the original.

Via The Gadgeteer

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Oooma Telo Base Station for VoIP

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Ooma wants your VoIP business by offering their Telo Base Station, but it comes at a hefty starting price. The station will cost you $249.99 and provides a new number, caller ID, unlimited service in the US and access to online logs. Use your own phone or for another $49.99 you get their DECT 6.0 handset, due out next month. If you want to keep your own number, that's another $40.00 and for $10.00 a month, you will get Premiere Service with remote message access, one-touch voicemail, call screening, another number and more extras. The Telo has a free 3 month trial of its Premiere with purchase.

Via Ooma

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October 2, 2009

Freakin' Friday! iXP3 Internet Message Clock

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What better way to network with those far away than with the iXP3 Internet Message Clock? Using 'persistence of vision' technology, it floats time, date and temperature as well as messages to those you love, hate or just want to bug. You don't need a PC, you simply plug it into the Interweb and display messages up to 200 characters almost immediately. The clock can store up to 50 messages and gives a whole new meaning to chat.

Via iXP3 Internet Message Clock

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iLuv Micro Adapter

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Turn your car's lighter outlet into a universal USB charger with the iLuv Micro Adapter. The minute device is only 1.7" long and can be used on the fly to recharge your cell phone, MP3 player or any other USB device once it hits full charge. Get yours for $14.99 when it debuts this month.

Via iLuv Micro Adapter

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October 1, 2009

Goldmund Eidos Deluxe Blu-ray Player

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Goldmund, the company that concentrates mostly on high end A/V equipment, has released the Eidos Reference Blue universal Blu-ray Player. Weighing 66 lbs. and suspended on 4 spring-loaded legs on its own table, there are only 50 handmade units available at a price of $135,000.00 each. For that kind of money, we could buy an entire theater.

Via Ultimate AV Mag

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Monthly Round Up: September 2009

It gets easier to network as time rolls on and less expensive, which is always a good thing. Look for lots of gadgets in the next couple of months, as the big guns always come out for the holidays.

Thanks to Eva Patino, Chad Cornett, Navigation News, Wendy, GamiNation X, Gemma Turner and Olivia for supporting us on Twitter.

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Apple TV

Audio Devices

Audio Streaming

Blu-ray Players

Digital Frame

Freakin' Friday

Game Console Streaming

Game Consoles

HD Radio

HDTV

Hands On Review

Home Networking

Image Streaming

Internet Radio

Media Center

Networking

News

PC to TV A/V Streaming

Portable Media

Press Release

Remote Control

Roku Netflix Player

Silly

Sonos

Speaker Systems

Speakers

Steals and Deals

TV Streaming

Twitter Support

USB Devices

Video Devices

Video Streaming

Wireless Music

Wireless Network

Wireless Speakers

iPhone Streaming

iPod Streaming

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Logitech Portable Lapdesk, Mouse Pad Included

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Logitech continues to provide electronic helpers you didn't know you needed until they produced them. Such is the case with their Portable Lapdesk that keeps your lap, legs and knees cool, even when your laptop is not. Thin and lightweight, the N315 has an anti-slip top, a retractable mouse pad and a washable surface.

Via Logitech

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