HP webOS Bluetooth-Tastatur für HP TouchPad (DE / QWERTZ-Layout)
Na das ist doch mal was – auch für Menschen ohne HP Tablet: die Tastatur lässt sich nämlich prima auch am iPad oder iPhone für unterwegs verwenden!
Ich habe letzte Woche im MediaMarkt Fremdhersteller-Produkte gesehen, die aber in der Qualität total unterirdisch waren und auch noch das Doppelte kosteten.
Für 22,95 incl. Versand von Amazon ein No Brainer – zuschlagen!
The iPod Touch will get bluetooth
“Shortly following Appleâ€™s release of the second-generation iPod touch, which unexpectedly added Nike + iPod receiver functionality to the touchscreen device, a hardware teardown by iFixit revealed the presence of a Broadcom BCM4325 chip with integrated Bluetooth support. The chip was determined at the time to be used for communication with the optional Nike + iPod Sensor accessory, but had no other known purpose.
During the iPhone OS 3.0 Event today, Apple announced that it would be unlocking the Bluetooth functionality of this chip upon the release of the new software, enabling features such as AD2P Stereo Bluetooth streaming, wireless gaming, and other application-to-application communications to be used by developers. It is unclear whether Apple will make all of the Bluetooth features of iPhone OS 3.0, including monaural headset support for phone calling, available to second-generation iPod touch users. “
I said it ;)
That is a killer feature – I just hope they will allow the iPod to use a phone’s data connection this way. While Apple may want users to buy iPhones, enabling to use the iPod Touch to use data aware applications off the AppStore may yield much more profit in the long term. There is a group of customers that may not want a new phone, but would buy an iPod Touch as an add-on to their current phone for music, movies, games and browsing.
Today my new Aliph Jawbone bluetooth headset – the “highest rated bluetooth headset ever” arrived in the mail. When I had read people complain about the charging port I thought it might just be fiddly.
Little did I know- this is what it looked like, right out of the box:
Why do I not see an open outcry on the web about this, how can this headset be as highly rated as it is?
“1. Added FOTA abilities (This one is huge)
2. Added the Music Edition’s music player, complete with an “exit” option right in the menu
3. Snakes has disappeared (wonder if you can get it back through the Download! app?”
There are unconfirmed rumours that A2DP is also one of the new features. This is quite funny, as then the plain N73 would have A2DP, and the N73 Music wouldn’t. But I won’t attempt to understand Nokia’s roadmaps…
Anyway, can somebody confirm A2DP by now? What takes you so long? ;)