The purCushion connects with your mobile phone using the wireless Bluetooth technology, and enables you to pick up the call while relaxing on the soft and ergonomic cushion.
These silver colored MP3 sunglasses are equipped with the wireless Bluetooth technology, allowing you to hook them up with your mobile phone.
This MP3 watch from Goldlantern can easily be connected to your mobile using a stereo headset that supports the wireless Bluetooth technology.
Last week we wrote about this cell phone watch, and now LG Electronics has displayed their ‘Watch Phone’ concept during the Mobile World Congress 2008. According to Aving, it “supports voice recognition function by adopting Bluetooth, enabling users to make a phone call or send […]
Are you sitting on a smartphone or PDA that lacks a GPS feature? Don’t worry, this smart keychain will solve it – at least as long as you have a Bluetooth-compatible phone or PDA.
A gold edition “multimedia watch” is now available for those who wants to add a little bling bling to their feature packed timepiece.
This product from Anycom is described as the “world’s first solar-powered cell-phone car speaker system with Bluetooth wireless technology”.
The vibrating Bluetooth bracelet from LM Technologies is a “revolutionary product that gives the user discreet and increased awareness of an incoming mobile phone call by vibrating”.
This hands-free transmitter from Satechi will turn your car stereo into a giant headset using Bluetooth technology through FM transmission.
This portable speaker comes with built-in Bluetooth technology, allowing you to connect it to Bluetooth compatible mobile phones, PDAs and computers.
Sony Ericsson has announced the MBS-100, a portable Bluetooth speaker.
The Japanese Sanrio company is now offering a pair of Hello Kitty Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds. They sell them for 15,750 Yen (about $137 USD), claiming that the earbuds are “great for listening to music, school courses, the TV and while playing video games.” (Via Crave)
Jabra has created the BT8030 – a pair of headphones that you can unfold into a pair of desktop speakers. You will get 32 hours of music playback in headphone mode, and 26 hours in speaker mode.
This retro looking Bluetooth Mini Phone ($70) “necklace” pairs up with your cell phone. When your standard phone rings, you can answer the call by picking up the tiny one and pressing the call button.
Here’s a cool head protection for any snowboarding gadget lover. The Burton RED Tantrum G1 Bluetooth Audex ($200) uses Motorola Bluetooth wireless technology to let you connect the helmet and its built-in headphones with your MP3 player, mobile phone or other Bluetooth supporting device.