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Bluetooth headset Z9

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-08-04 18:00:00
Bluetooth headset Z9 from BlueAnt : BlueAnt Wireless released the much anticipated Z9 Bluetooth Headset as part of the company’s first step into the global distribution of its products. Awarded for its innovative design at CES 2007, the Z9 leads the next generation of Bluetooth headsets with its stylish design and use of dual microphone, noise reduction technology via BlueAnt’s patented Voice Isolation Technology, a revolutionary proprietary Digital Signal Processor (DSP) software solution. Voice Isolation Technology uses techniques to separate the voice signal from all background noise, isolating all frequencies that affect voices coming in to and out of the headset, resulting in noise suppression, reduction and echo cancellation.


Philips Luxeon flash powers camera phones

Mark Peters : 2007-08-03 19:05:00
Philips Luxeon flash powers camera phones : Philips Lumileds announced that it has delivered more than 100 million units of the industry leading Luxeon Flash power LEDs to camera phone manufacturers worldwide and enabled an entirely new segment. The functional flash market for camera phones was established less than three years ago when the company released its first generation Luxeon Flash making this product one of the most quickly adopted and dominant products in company history. Luxeon Flash LEDs are uniquely capable of providing the quality illumination for camera flash applications in 2 megapixel and higher camera phones as well as for video and flashlight applications that are being built into mobile handsets today.


Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 navigation

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-08-01 11:07:00
Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 navigation : The feature-packed Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 offers a bright and large 4-inch, 16:9 widescreen LCD touch screen display for intuitive, easy to use navigation. The compact system employs advanced text-to-speech, turn-by-turn navigation which provides audible directions, announcing street names upon approach. Pre-installed maps contain complete US data (including Alaska and Hawaii), plus Canada and Puerto Rico. Over 1.8 million points of interest are included, which provide convenient information for locating airports, hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues along your route. The Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 (black) is now available in the US at an MSRP of $499.99.


Samsung G600

Nic Rossmüller : 2007-07-20 22:18:28
Samsung G600 camera phone : Samsung Mobile has announced a sleek new camera phone, the Samsung G600, at an exclusive global launch event today. Housed in a fashionable black two-toned slider shell and equipped with a 5 megapixel camera, the Samsung G600 is a fusion of design, photography and the ultimate in phone functionality. A design icon and high performance camera in one, the Samsung G600 is the latest member of Samsung’s range of handsets and is made to capture quality pictures of priceless moments. At work or at play, consumers can now get creative with various modes such as panorama or mosaic settings and enjoy the quality of built-in Power LED flash. The Samsung G600 guarantees to make users look and feel great.


iPhone video

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-20 13:35:00
iPhone video : The Apple iPhone has the potential to be a catalyst for growth in mobile video usage, among both iPhone owners and owners of regular cell phones. Despite owning their new iPhones for a short period of time, 63% of iPhone owners have already used the widescreen-enabled device to watch video (compared to only 28% of regular cell phone owners). Half of iPhone owners (51%) have watched a YouTube video on their phone, while 46% have watched a music video, 34% watched the news, and 32% have already watched a movie trailer. The study shows that it's not the consumers who are different, it's the iPhone - prior to buying the iPhone, few owners had watched video on their cell phone.


Nokia 6275i mobile phone

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-20 11:35:00
Nokia 6275i mobile phone : Nokia and Leap Wireless International, a leading provider of innovative and value-driven wireless communications services, announced the availability of the Nokia 6275i handset, a slim candy-bar phone for Cricket customers. "We are very pleased to offer this sleek, classically designed Nokia handset to our Cricket customers," said Al Moschner, Leap's executive vice president, sales and marketing operations. "The Nokia 6275i offers state-of-the art technology that will help our customers take full advantage of Cricket's unlimited value. The handset also has a rich feature set, and is the perfect complement to Cricket's affordable wireless service that doesn't require credit checks or long-term commitments."


Apple iPhone iTunes connects personal media recorder

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-13 09:40:00
Apple iPhone iTunes connects personal media recorder : Streaming Networks announced support for the Apple iPhone and the release of iRecord Desktop for its iRecord, Personal Media Recorder. iRecord allows any user to store their video and music content on their iPod, iPhone (via iTunes), Sony PSP, and many other USB-based portable devices. Firmware upgrades for the iRecord to support iPhone and iRecord Desktop are available free of charge to registered users. The iRecord Personal Media Recorder has an M.S.R.P. of US $199 and is available now through selected Catalog Merchants and online retailers. End Users may visit the company’s website for information on where to buy or order the device.


Apple iPhone Tune Dog music system

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-12 12:56:00
Apple iPhone Tune Dog music system : PowerLinx, Inc. a developer, manufacturer, and seller of power line communication products and SeaView Underwater Camera Systems, announced that their Tune Dog music system will be 100% compatible with the new Apple iPhone. PowerLinx Tune Dog music system can connect to the Apple iPhone while it is charging or playing, whether in a docking station or not. The user simply connects the Apple iPhone to the Tune Dog sender and then speakers can be placed anywhere in the home where they are connected to the Tune Dog receiver. The Apple iPhone’s music is then transmitted through the home’s existing electrical wiring, delivering crystal-clear music through the speakers rather than the ear buds.






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