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Kodak EASYSHARE V610 Digital Camera

Kodak EASYSHARE V610Ever want to send pictures from your digital camera to your computer wirelessly? How about sending your pictures to your printer with one press of a button? Kodak just recently unveiled their newest digital camera, the EASYSHARE V610 Dual Lens Digital Camera which features Bluetooth technology.

As long as the camera is within 30 feet of other Bluetooth devices, the V610 will transfer the images wirelessly. You will be able to instantly send your pictures to your cell phone, PDA, laptop, Bluetooth printing kiosks and any Bluetooth printer. Bluetooth is a great feature for a digital camera. How frustrating and time consuming can it be after you take a picture, hook it up to your computer, upload the files, and then either print it or send it to someone else?

Some features of the V610 Bluetooth Digital camera are 10x optical zoom, Kodak RETINA Dual Lens technology, Bluetooth 2.0, 2.8 inch high resolution display, 6.1 Mega pixels, anti-blur technology, and picture enhancing features.

The EASYSHARE V610 will start shipping May 8th for $499.95.

[EASYSHARE V610] via [Bluetomorrow.com]

i-PHONO Mini Bluetooth Stereo Headphone

bt450rxThe i-PHONO mini Bluetooth Stereo Headphone is an award winning product from Bluetake Technology Company. At the 2006 CES, these headphones took 2 awards at the Bluetooth SIG Best of CES Contest, in the categories of “Stereo Audio” and “Overall Bluetooth SIG BEST of CES.” It’s quite an impressive feat.

The i-PHONO mini allows you to connect wirelessly via Bluetooth technology to other audio devices. With certain Bluetooth adapters, you can now stream music from your iPod, MP3 player, computer, laptop, etc. to the headphones.

You may also switch between music and phone calls rather easily. When a phone call comes in, the music gets interrupted by small beeps and by one press of a button; you can take the call right from the headphone. When the call ends, the music automatically starts again.

For more information, visit the Bluetake website or read the i-PHONO mini Bluetooth Stereo Headphone review.

Bluetooth Stereo Audio For The PSP

Bluetooth PSP Dongle For all you PSP fans out there, there soon may be a Bluetooth audio device coming out for the Sony PSP. The A375 Bluetooth PSP audio dongle has been developed by Chinese electronics manufacturer, Ever-e. There are no actual pictures of this product attached to the PSP yet.

Using Bluetooth AD2P profile, the A375 Bluetooth PSP dongle will allow the PSP to transmit stereo audio wirelessly to any compatible pair of Bluetooth stereo headphones. Once you pair the two devices, you will be able to listen to your music, movies and games wirelessly. It should support Bluetooth version 1.2 with a 30 ft range. The dongle is also compatible with any audio player using a 3.5 mm (1/8) stereo audio extension. Therefore, you will be able to enjoy your music, movies and games wirelessly from any device.

Bluetooth stereo audio is becoming very popular nowadays. I for one hate being restricted by wired headphones. Based on other tests using Bluetooth AD2P profile, sound quality coming from these Bluetooth devices is quite impressive. You really can’t tell the difference between wired headphones and the Bluetooth wireless versions.

For more information about the PSP Bluetooth Dongle, click here. Learn more about Bluetooth wireless technology at BlueTomorrow.com.

Boarding With Bluetooth

By Scott Hirschheimer

Burton Winter JacketSnowboarding can now be done with the use of Bluetooth technology. Motorola and Burton have come together to create the very first Bluetooth winter jacket, the Audex Jacket series.

Listening to music and talking on your cell phone is now possible while snowboarding and skiing. Featured on the Burton Jacket is integrated Bluetooth technology for phones and wires to hook up your iPod. All of these features are controlled by the control panel located on your left sleeve of the jacket. In the hood of the jacket are speakers and a microphone.

This product seems very cool and could make a big splash in the snowboard and ski market. After going snowboarding for the first time, I wouldn’t recommend listening to music or talking on the phone until you are somewhat good. It is hard enough to stay upright in the first place without having a conversation or music blasting in your ears.

The Burton Snow Jacket will retail for around $599.95, which seems reasonable for a Burton Snow jacket with all these features.

For more info on the Audex Jacket series, click here.

For more info on Bluetooth technology, visit BlueTomorrow.com, the comprehensive guide to Bluetooth technology

Bluetooth Rearview Mirror

[A little old, but hey, sounds like fun. -Ed.]

This application of Bluetooth wireless technology seems very innovative and practical. When your Bluetooth cell phone rings, you do not need to go looking for your cell phone anymore. Just look up at your rearview mirror and you will see the caller’s phone number displayed right on the mirror. You answer the phone with a push of a button on the mirror that enables the speakerphone function. The mirror is powered off of the car and also has a battery built in that allows for 150 hours of standby and 7 hours of talk time.

Now when you see people looking into their rearview mirror, they may not be looking to see if anyone is behind them. They are just checking who is calling them.

Bluetooth for Women

The Toy More and more people are finding very interesting ways to utilize the emerging Bluetooth wireless technology. UK based Cool and Groovy Toy Company has actually integrated Bluetooth technology into a vibrator. Aren’t vibrators wireless anyway?

Well, whoever came up with this idea is pretty creative. Known as The Toy, this high tech bullet actually connects to a mobile phone via Bluetooth. You and your significant other can be intimate regardless of distance. All you have to do is send a text message. Depending on what is written, different vibrations occur. Each letter that you type has a different effect.

Imagine if your friends find out about this device that you have. Can they send your significant other text messages too? Don’t worry, a six digit tag must be used in the text message to control the toy. Otherwise, would this be considered cheating, no?

First came Bluetooth breast implants and now this. The possibilities are endless. (I guess)

For more information on the Toy, visit the manufacturer’s website, http://www.thetoy.co.uk

Breast Implants and Bluetooth Technology

By Scott Hirschheimer

I know what you must be thinking. Who in their right mind would come up with combining these two things? Well, it’s on the table. BT Laboratories analyst, Ian Pearson has come up with the idea of adding a built-in MP3 player into breast implants. He states, “if a woman has something implanted permanently, it might as well be useful.” How right he is.

So how will this technology work? Pearson suggests inserting the MP3 player into one breast and the storage chip into the other. This all would be controlled with wirelessBluetooth technology. All we can think of is: how do you turn up the volume or change tracks?

Just imagine the awkward moments that MP3 breast implants would cause. What if you are sitting at a bar and all of a sudden you hear music coming from the woman’s breasts sitting next to you. I’ll let your imagination finish the rest of the scenario.

This technology could be available within the next 15 years. Anyone think this is actually a good idea? I’d like to know everyone’s opinion on this topic.

Contact BlueTomorrow.com with your thoughts.

Bluetooth Sunglasses

RAZRWireBy Scott Hirscheimer

[This is three months old! Lordy lord! -Ed.] Motorola and Oakley have joined forces to create sunglasses integrating Bluetooth technology which they call the RAZRWire. The RAZRWire sunglasses combine a Motorola Bluetooth headset with Oakley sunglasses. I’ll admit it, they do look pretty impressive.

The RAZRWire sunglasses have a fully adaptable design where you can switch the control module to either ear. Made from O-luminum, the frames are comfortable and lightweight. Also featured on the Bluetooth RAZRWire is its patented XYZ Optics, which maintains razor sharp clarity at all angles of vision. The Oakley name combined with Motorola Bluetooth technology sounds like a great match. Let’s see if they make it work.

Bluetooth technology seems to be becoming more popular everyday. More and more companies are incorporating Bluetooth into their everyday products. So, what else can they come up with next?

For more information on the RAZRWire, click here. If you would like to learn more about Bluetooth technology, visit BlueTomorrow.com, the comprehensive guide to everything Bluetooth related.

Update: Ah, it seems the newness is that this product is now actually available for purchase. I’m properly chastised. -Ed.

Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser

Logitech diNovo LaserBy Scott Hirscheimer.

Based on their award-winning design, Logitech is coming out with its next generation of mouse and keyboard combination. The Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser features laser mouse technology enhanced with Bluetooth 2.0 EDR wireless capabilities. No more tangled wires!

What we like most about this keyboard is its sleek design (ultra-thin with metallic silver finish). It also comes with a detachable MediaPad. You can now leave your computer and have a remote control for playing music and videos. The MediaPad will also show music track information, incoming instant messages and emails, as well as the status of your IM Buddies. How many times have you left your computer and then all of a sudden you get barraged with instant messages that of course are important? This MediaPad will definitely come in handy.

For more information on the Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser, please visit here and for more information on Bluetooth Technology itself, visit BlueTomorrow.com, the comprehensive guide to everything Bluetooth related.