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Panasonic Dect 6.0 Cordless Phone

Dect 6.0 PhonesPanasonic has a new series of Dect 6.0 cordless phone systems. In addition to better reception and less interference, most of the phones have new features to convince you not to give up your land line. They include Talking Caller ID, Call Block, Silent Mode, and Choice Mail, which allows the user to call up a voicemail message by the contact’s name. The series also includes a 2.1-inch LCD on the handset with a large text display mode. Choose one to four handsets at prices ranging from $39.95 to $149.95. Check with Panasonic to see the entire line of new phones.

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Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Clip-and-Go Laser Mouse

Clip-and-Go MouseOne of the reasons that some of us don’t do notebooks is because of the touchpad. Not only is it a pain, the keyboard is too far away. The V550 Nano Cordless Clip-and-Go Laser Mouse for Notebooks helps to solve part of the problem. The receiver is coin-sized and plugs into your notebook’s USB port. It features hyper-fast scrolling and click-to-click mode. Logitech promises 18 months of battery life and, if you forget, it has auto-shutdown when docked. The 2.4 GHz wireless mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X and comes with 2 docks, a USB extension stand, 2 AA batteries, and dock-removal tool for $59.99.

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Coby Electronics HD Radio Receivers

Coby HD Radio Receiver

Coby Electronics has released a pair of cordless HD Radio Receivers. The HDR-700 and 650 receive digital HD, AM, and FM stations with no subscription charge. Each features an LCD display with backlighting, a preset station memory, and SDcard slot, and is housed in a brushed aluminum casing. The receivers come with remotes and have both an RCA connection and 3.5mm headphone jacks. Look for prices that start at $99.99, depending on where you shop.

 

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Logitech Cordless Wii Keyboard

Logitech Wii Keyboard

Logitech has unveiled their Cordless Keyboard for Wii. Licensed by Nintendo, it is designed for chatty games and the Wii Internet Channel. At a size of 11.85 x 6.57 x 0.87 inches, the keyboard has special keys such as Zoom In/Out, Forward/Back, and Quit. Plug in the mini-receiver and let the games begin and, when you are done, the receiver snaps into the back of the keyboard. Look for an August debut with a price of $49.99.

 

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Logitech V450 Nano Mouse

Logitech NanoLogitech has unveiled its V450 cordless laser mouse for notebooks. It features their Plug-and-Forget Nano-receiver that goes into your USB for charging and can be stored inside the mouse. It has a laser sensor for smooth tracking, 2.4 GHz wireless tech, auto-turn off, and 12 months of battery life. The ergonomic mouse includes sculpted keys and soft rubber grips, and will be available later this month in the U.S. and in July in Europe for $49.99.

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Kleer Opera Cordless Headset

Opera

Kleer has teamed with the Korean company DigiFi to create Opera, a cordless headset that wraps around your head and over your ears with an iPod adapter. They claim it has CD-quality audio with up to 10 hours of continuous play. The Opera also has multi-point Listen in technology so that four people, if they also have a set of the buds, can listen to the same audio stream. We would love to find a set of earbuds that are really comfortable and have no cords to choke on but might think twice at a MSRP of $98.00.

 

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