The smallest ever wireless bluetooth headphones

Jaybird Bluebuds X: Revolutionary Wireless Headphones

As the world’s smallest Bluetooth headphones which pack an 8 hour battery life, the Jaybird Bluebuds X revolutionise how we listen to music while exercising. A Shift™ Premium Bluetooth Audio connection delivers outstanding audio playback that outperforms some of the very best wired headphones. Combined with an in-built microphone for calls and ‘Jenna’ voice prompt, the Jaybird Bluebuds X are the wireless headphones of to get if you are a fitness fanatic.

• The smallest Bluetooth headphones with 8 hour battery life

• Brand new technology delivers fantastic sound

• Lifetime guarantee against sweat

Price £169

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And for those who have everything…

It’s a Bluetooth talking glove!

hi-Call is a Bluetooth glove that allows you to talk through your hand. The left glove has a speaker and a microphone sewed into thumb and pinkie in order to speak to the phone while keeping your hands toasty warm. You can also use  hi-Call on the touch screen of your smartphone thanks to the capacitive technology. The gloves are compatible with all mobile phones with Bluetooth


Connection to mobile phone through Bluetooth technology

Battery lasts up to: standby 10 days – conversation 20 hours

Sizes: man and woman

Colors: black, grey

Composition: 95% polyacrylonitrile, 3% cotton, 2% polyester

If supported by paired devices, the charge status of hi-Call battery is displayed on the screen of the connected device.

In the box


Charging cable microUSB to USB

Instruction manual

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JAWBONE ERA: The world’s first motion controlled Bluetooth® headset with HD audio


Jawbone ERA is the first and only headset with a built-in accelerometer, MotionX™ technology, a multi-processor architecture, HD Audio, and a connected app platform for a rich, new hands-free experience. It boasts a 25% larger wideband speaker that brings Hi-Definition audio as you talk on the phone, listen to music, watch movies and play games.

Jawbone was the first company to integrate sensors to enhance the audio experience, and now is delivering the most accurate motion sensing technology on the market. Jawbone teamed with Fullpower-MotionX, the leaders in motion technology, to create the first headset with a built-in accelerometer integrated with the patented MotionX™ platform.

Jawbone ERA detects your natural movements when you interact with it. Out of the box, users can simply “ShakeShake®” the Jawbone ERA into pairing mode, and “TapTap®” it to answer or end a phone call. And this is just the beginning. Jawbone has a full roadmap of innovation and enhancements under development with its partners at Fullpower-MotionX.

 Jawbone Headsets are the first and only ones that come with a Free Voice Communication Service for Utility and Productivity: THOUGHTS

 Jawbone THOUGHTS is the first and only free iPhone app for your headset that lets you send voice messages to friends and groups without typing or calling. It is a new productivity and utility tool for headsets that combines the speed of texting, the group collaboration of email, and the rich intonation of voice all into one. THOUGHTS can be found under “Jawbone” in the iPhone App Store.

  “We’re taking wearable devices to an entirely new level,” said Jawbone CEO and founder Hosain Rahman. “The next era of personal technology is about products that adapt to the way we live,” continued Rahman. “The best technology will reliably and seamlessly take the friction out of any experience. That’s why we chose to adopt the Fullpower-MotionX™ technology platform: it is far and away the most accurate and effective solution out there.”

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Sport Chic: Jaybird Sportsband 2 Bluetooth Headphones

The new Jaybird Sportsband 2 Bluetooth Headphones produce a bass-rich Bluetooth music experience with any regular Bluetooth music device. Listen to your iPod, MP3 player, iPhone and even take calls via this sleek, colourful device.

 It comes with apt-X on board, which cleans up, adds depth, bass and treble to your Bluetooth music with technical specifications matching that of CD quality output. Use the controls on the headphones to control play, pause, next and back track remotely – the easy access buttons make it really simple.

If you want to take a call, the music will automatically pause and once your call is over it will resume again. Don’t shout or have to repeat yourself, make use of the Higher sensitivity Mic for clearer calls.

 Choose from a selection of cool colours: Midnight Black, Toffee Apple, Sonic Blue, Runners Red.

Available on price £99.99

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Looks like Casio have come a long way since the calculator

The Japanese electronics giants, known world-wide for their G-Shock watches, recently unveiled a new prototype watch with Bluetooth capability.

You could be forgiven for not wanting to be seen wearing it on your wrist given its current appearance but if you look at some of the funky G- shock watches this one may get better looking.

This Bluetooth 4.0 enabled bit of kit has been designed to connect to the users smartphone, giving them the ability to view alerts on their wrist, directly from their phone. As well as text and email notifications, the calendar function means that all the reminders saved on the user’s phone can be easily viewed at the touch of a button.

Arguably the best feature is that when a call comes through to your phone the user can simply pull back their sleeve, look at their watch and see who’s calling. But it goes on, calls can even be rejected/ignored at the touch of a button. All this could mean no more fumbling in your pockets, hurriedly trying to pull the phone out before the caller hangs up and definitely  no more feeling popular when your phone rings, only to pull it out and see that it was your Mum calling.

The watch also boasts an automatic time zone update, handy for frequent travellers, and Casio also revealed that they hope to add public transportation, fitness and GPS functions to the watch before its release.

They are aiming to have the watch in shops by late 2011/early 2012, adding that it won’t largely out price other Casio models, which is a pleasant surprise. The long wait will allow Casio to address the small display and, hopefully, make it a bit easier on the eye, whilst smartphones catch up in regards to the Bluetooth 4.0.

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