Sony has come out with the Close Proximity Wireless Transfer Technology system dubbed as “TransferJet”. It is a new interoperable wireless transfer technology that rapid transfer of high resolution video, music and images and enables a high speed data transmission rate of 560Mbps without the need of complex setup and operation. Put them in touch and will get your files transferred automatically without the need for an access point.
Here’s the Voiis Mini Pocket Messenger, Bluetooth enabled VoIP phone. It comes with a base station, connect it to your PC and you can interact wirelessly with Skype, Windows Media Player and iTunes in within 100 meter. It has a 1.2 inch color display for your Skype and MSN messenger, a built-in mic and a 3.5mm stereo mini jack for your headphone. Its built-in Lithium Ion battery will provides you 6 hours of continuous talktime and 72 hours of standby time. The Voiis Mini Pocket Messenger is currently available in Japan for 15,900 Yen, that’s around $130. More shots after the jump.
I’m sure you heard of the wireless charger which they are talking about for quite a long time, yes, charging your phone wirelessly. Arizona-based company WildCharge is planning to release their Wild Charger next month. The WildCharger is a small mat about the size of a mouse pad that plugs to the wall and charges any WildCharge-enabled device. Unfortunately for now, you will need to buy an adapter for your device to make it compatible.
The Uniden WXI477 Waterproof Phone, now you don’t have to worry of dropping the phone in the pool or toilet bowl. This Uniden WXI477 is a 5.8GHz phone which can floats in water and is encased in submersible, waterproof plastic. Features a back-lit LCD provides on-screen data, 100-name phone book and call waiting/caller ID. The Uniden WXI477 Waterproof Phone is available for $63.
Philips has announced that it will be adding a wireless alarm clock to its connected home range offering users the chance to stream music to the bedroom. The new model, which will go under the moniker WAK3300 and be apart of the companys streamium range will sport an alarm clock and the ability to receive music from the companys WACS700 model. In other streamium news, Philips has also announced that it has increased the size of the hard drive in the WACS700 from 40GB to 80GB. No words on the availability and pricing yet.
[Pocket-lint Via Gizmodo]
Sony Ericsson announced the 32-bit quad-band GC86 EDGE PC Card, It features an integrated antenna which is three times the speed of GPRS. The connection speed can goes up to 247kbps. For enhanced connectivity an optional external antenna is also available. It comes with a software in the installation CD which is compatible with Windows 2000 (SP4), XP (Pro,Home,Tablet) and Mac OS X. It weight only 42gram with the size of 85.6 x 54 x 5mm. Will be available globally in Q3 2006.
Planex announced their new IEEE 802.11b SDIO Wi-Fi LAN card, GW-SD11P. This high-performance SDIO card can be used on any 11Mbps wi-fi access point. The communication data is encoded with 64/128bit WEP function. This SDIO card is capatible with Windows CE3.0, Windows CE4.2, PocketPC 2002 and PocketPC 2003. It weight only 3.25gram with the actual size of 24 x 2.1 x 40mm. It is now available with the price of 8,800Yen which is about USD77.
Oregon Scientific rolled out a cool home gadget, a RM382PA TimeSphere which is the worlds first projection clock with wireless projection sphere, designed by Stefano Giovannoni. TimeSphere will project the time in any room while the base unit stays put. It also features a radio-controlled clock ensuring you always have the right time and it will automatically recharges wirelessly when places on base unit. The display is available in five different languages with touch technology. You may request the product at Oregon Scientific, price is still unknown.
At the first look before reading what it is, we thought it is some sort of high-tech machine but to our disappointment, its only a design concept by Ian Spring. This product is to encourage children to exercise more. This flexible kid’s vehicle for ages 9-12 allows kids to safely cut glass using a new modular cutting system. It can be transformed from a sit-up pedal powered vehicle to a low slung sports recumbent racer.
Netgear unveiled the worlds first wireless-enable ADSL2+ modem router based on 802.11n specification, the DG834N. The RangeMax NEXT Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router has a four-port 10/100 switch, and a SPI double firewall technology. This ADSL2+ modem is capable of internet data transfer rates of up to 24 Mbps. It comes with two years of warranty and value-added resellers at a list price of USD217.