Slaudiolab is ready to release the SRS-200BD Bluetooth Audio Transmitter for iPods. This gadget plugs into the bottom of any iPod dock-connector and will stream high quality sterio audio through Bluetooth. While the SRS-200BD has already received FCC approval, its release date and pricing have not yet been announced.
This is one of the most interesting (and useful) gadgets I’ve seen for the iPod in a long time.
It’s called MyBlu, and it adds Bluetooth capabilities to your iPod. While looking like a 2nd Gen ipod shuffle, MyBlu attaches to your bag or pocket, and then plugs into your iPod: connecting your iPod to your mobile phone. With MyBlu attached, you can send music to your phone, and also can send your phone’s data to your iPod, thus making your iPod function like a hands-free kit. When you receive a call, the iPod can display the caller’s information, and you can choose to accept or reject the call. This means you can just leave your phone in your purse, and use your iPod and a headset. Oh, and MyBlu also enables your iPod to have FM Radio– an added bonus. MyBlu is available from Mavizen for $77.
Well, the news is that Apple’s Mighty Mouse has been updated, so that now it comes with bluetooth and is wireless. This little mouse is powered by AA batteries, which unfortunately means you’ll have to replace the batteries every 3-6 months. So besides making the Mighty Mouse wireless, Apple’s signature mouse remains the same, with its one button, simplistic, “modern” look (or so Apple’s designers would have you think).
This bluetooth headset will add some bling to your conversations.
The Pink Dimante Bluetooth Headset is the perfect gift for any fashionable lady, and its lithium batteries offer up to 5 hours of talk-time, and up to 200 hours standby. Avaliable £47.95 (or 85 USD), it’s a small price to pay for priceless bling.
The IdeaPad S10 is Lenovo’s first attempt at a Netbook (a small, low-powered ultra-portable laptop). With a starting price of $399, this 10.2-inch 1.6 MHz Atom-processor powered netbook has a 512 mb of RAM and an 80 GB Hard Drive. For $450, the Lenovo S10 comes with 1 GB of RAM and a 160 GB Hard Drive. Initially, the S10 will run Windows XP; however, later, the S10 will be also available in Linux. Both versions have a 1024 x 600 LED back-lit display, WiFi, Bluetooth, ExpressCard, 1.3 megapixel camera, and a 4-in-1 card reader. Additionally, the S10′s touchpad allows for multi-touch gestures. The S10 will drop in China on September 5th and will launch in the US in October. Read more here!