If you are an avid Trekker, then you know those original doors in the first series were human controlled. Too bad they didn’t have a BlueGuard from EMX. The device opens gates, overhead doors and parking barriers with only a Bluetooth enabled cellie. The BlueGuard recognizes the phone so no RFID or access card is needed. Easy to set up, it has a detection range of up to 33 feet, can handle 10 different phones, is PIN protected and watertight. Contact BlueGuard for details and price.
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Verbatim has gone colorful with its new Nano Wireless Mouse. The tiny receiver can be plugged in to your USB plug and left in a laptop or netbook or slid onto the bottom of the mouse so you don’t lose it. The 2.4 GHz ergonomic mouse works for both left and right-handers and has a programmable roller button. Compatible with Windows and Mac, it comes in 6 different colors and has a price of ~$25.00, depending on where you shop.
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Now you can share your printer with another computer with the USB Print Server. Plug into your wired or wireless router and PC USB 2.0/1.1 port and you are halfway there. It comes with included software for simplified connection and its built-in server management system lets you configure, monitor and reset through your browser. It also features password protect and hopefully will keep other family/coworkers from wanting to borrow your printer. You can purchase the server for $23.28.
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We told you back in March about Dell’s Studio 19 and it has finally arrived in the States. The All-in-One with 18.5-inch display gives lots of options including the type of touchscreen functionality, integrated webcam, type of processor, wireless keyboard and mouse, and color. Prices range from $699.00 for a low end model up to $994.00 for one with more features and pizzazz. Head over to Dell’s site to compare options and models.
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This ergonomic Multi-media device can be used as a wireless presenter, mouse with trackball or laser pointer. Plug into your USB port and choose between two modes. It can page up or down, zoom, and supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP. Specialty buttons connect to My Favorites or My Computer. At a size of 128 x 52 x 45mm, it comes with both receiver and 2 AAA batteries at a price of $37.00.
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Bella has released a wireless HD mouse that is a multimedia person’s dream. Using their software, define mouse movements (X and Y axis) to turn it into a jog/shutter controller. Program keystrokes by the button, scroll wheel or movement. Switch between standard and HD with a click of the wheel and use included presets for Windows or Mac applications. The HD Mouse has a 26 ft. range and a handy onscreen display. Get yours for $69.95.
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Aqua Sounders are waterproof, wireless, floating speakers for your pool, jacuzzi or bathtub that have Ultra Bright LED Mood lights to make the experience more than just your average dip in the water. Listen to up to 10 hours of music with battery power (not included) with a 150 ft. listening range. Add up to 10 more speakers to share the music (also sold separately) all over your yard. Each carries a MSRP of $149.95.
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Fujitsu has the honor of developing the first color e-paper mobile terminal. FLEPia is thin and lightweight and has a simple to view 8-inch display with up to 260,000 colors in HD. It also has Bluetooth and high-speed wireless LAN capability. When completely charged, it provides up to 40 hrs. of usage only for re-draw. When used with a 4GB SD card, the e-book can store up to 5,000 conventional sized paperbacks which equals out to 300 pages long at 600KB per book.
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Another AIO computer has been released. The Dell Studio One 19 has an 18.5-inch multi-touch LCD, up to 4GB dual channel memory, up to 750GB HDD, a 7-in-1 media reader, 6 USB ports and a slot load Optical drive. With a choice of processors and 5 colors, optional features include built-in wireless capability, a web cam, Blu-ray disc player and facial recognition security. The all-in-one comes out in Japan this month and other countries soon with a starting price of $699.00.
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Hyundai has gone into the phone/watch market with their MB-910. The timepiece not only looks sweet, it is a tri-band GSM phone with a 1.5 x 132 x 176-inch pixel touch-sensitive display. It also has a media player with 128MB memory, Bluetooth capability, a WAP 2.0 browser and of course a full screen clock. The MB-910 is expected to hit the UK first during Q2 at a price of £200 (~$281.00.)
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