Friday, April 25, 2008

Arriving to conclusions can be considered the most difficult part of any form of writing. We felt the same here with this article on bluetooth 6310i. Hope you enjoyed it.

Another short bluetooth 6310i review
LG 5350 Flip Phone Accessory 6 Pack


Quality Six Piece Cellphone Accessory Kit. Includes: 1, Headset, over the ear with boom mic. 2, TWO TWO Car Chargers, quality IC chip with red LED light. 3, Leather Case, Fitted leather case with sprint belt clip. 4, Antenna Booster, as seen on T.V. and in Target for $19.99. 5, Belt Clip, attaches to phone and clips to your belt, easy on/off button, universal. 5.5, Dash Mount Bracket, 3M tape to dash, holds phone for true Hands Free Driving. Sprint LG 5350. All chargers us IC chip for battery, leather case fits extended batteries and standard batteries.


Price: 19.99



iPod Video Hard Case made of Metalic Aluminum with Clip


iPod Video 30G Aluminum Case Product Details Form-fitting Metal Deluxe Case designed for protection, functionality, and perfect fit. Silver iPod case with black liner. Detachable Swivel Belt Clip. Compatible with iPod Video 30G Multi-Media Gaming Device. Made of lightweight aircraft grade scratch-resistant anodized aluminum. Neoprene lining holds iPod Video 30G securely in place and cushions it from impact. iPod Video 30G is fully functional while in the case (only need open it to eject). Offers maximum protection for your  iPod Video investment. iPod Video Aluminum Case is light, functional, and offers the best protection. iPod Video cases available in both Black and Silver color. Each iPod Case lining protects well with the soft neoprene material.


Price: 3.22



PANASONIC GD 55 Long Lasting BATTERY 800MAH LI-ON SILVER


Fast Shipping with every EXTRA DENSITY - GRADE A power cells that charge higher and slowly releases power with Smart Stream TechnologyStandby time: 4.8 days Straight Talk-time: 2.3 hours Length: 54 millimeter Width: 41 millimeter Depth: 6 millimeter Color: Silver Platform: GSM Carrier: T MOBILE, AT&T, CINGULAR BRAND NEW PANASONIC GD 55 Long Lasting BATTERY 800MAH LI-ON SILVER


Price: 19.99



Motorola E815 Rapid Charging Home Travel Charger


Motorola E815 Rapid Charging Home - Travel Charger *  IC Chip Technology Rapidly charges battery to 90% capacity, then... *  Trickle Charge Technology conditions fully charged battery *  Red Light Charging Indicator *  Heavy Duty 6 Foot Cord *  Motorola E815  Snap-Ring Charging Connector *  75% Off MSRP. *  100% Buyer Protection Guarantee. *  Motorola E815  charger Motorola E815  Phone sold by US Cellular Sprint PCS. Check out all our other products for T-Mobile Sprint PCS. Verizon, Nextel Motorola Home Travel Charger for E815


Price: 7.99



Featured bluetooth 6310i Items
Webster's New World Telecom Dictionary (Webster's New World)



Webster's New World Telecom Dictionary (Webster's New World)
Webster’s New World Telecom Dictionary, by Ray Horak, is a comprehensive telecommunications dictionary of more than 7,500 terms critical to understanding voice, data, video, and multimedia communications system and network technologies, applications, and regulation. Given the convergence of computing and communications, the book also effectively is a computer dictionary with a telecom focus. It is thoroughly researched, highly objective, absolutely accurate, and includes just about every essential term, abbreviation, acronym, contraction, initialism, and portmanteau you might encounter in the telecom and datacom domains. Although the book is a technical dictionary, Horak’s plain-English, commonsense style yields definitions that are as thoroughly understandable to the business professional or student as they are to the electrical engineer. In fact, many entries are encyclopedic in nature, discussing applications and issues. Horak also injects a bit of his wry sense of humor, sprinkling occasional telecom trivia and marginally related definitions that will have you smiling and chuckling to yourself, but not to the point that they detract from what is an important book on a serious subject. An instant classic, Webster’s New World Telecom Dictionary is the one and only telecom dictionary you will need. It also makes a perfect companion to Horak’s Telecommunications and Data Communications Handbook, published by Wiley-Interscience in October 2007.

Customer Review: Webster's New World Telecom Dictionary

Webster's New World Telecom Dictionary (Webster's New World)

Fianlly a comprehensive dictionary of Telecom, Data and Computer terms. It is a fantastic addition to my library.

Customer Review: Ownership is mandatory

Regardless of whether you a an undergraduate in a Business Administration curiculum, or an established Telecom or IT Professional, YOU NEED THIS BOOK. First of all, the price is right. And in today's world that is vital. But more important, the information provided exceeds expectation and is presented in language that even an industry novice can comprehend. The drawings and tables provide the proper support documentation without going into overkill.

In my 30+ years of experience in the telecom field, I have often found that the best way to gain client approval for a recommendation is to first educate the client and provide sufficient historical background so that my ultimate recommendation is the obvious solution. The information provided here, and the attention to detail in the way the information is presented, will allow the reader to answer or pose questions in any telecom-related environment.







Starry Night BlueStar Adapter for Orion Atlas EQ-G Telescopes



Starry Night BlueStar Adapter for Orion Atlas EQ-G Telescopes
Wireless communication meets computerized telescope control with the introduction of the BlueStar telescope adapter. Now you can command your computerized telescope from your laptop wirelessly. The BlueStar adapter eliminates the RS-232 cable that normally connects the telescope and computer, giving you enhanced range and freedom of movement. BlueStar works with most major brands of computerized telescopes, allowing complete wireless control using the dynamic graphical interface of Starry Night Pro or similar astronomy software on your computer. The adapter plugs into the hand controller's RS-232 port and has a range of up to 30 feet. It requires a Bluetooth-enabled computer (or an inexpensive Bluetooth module, available at computer stores) running Windows XP or Mac OS X operating system. Included are BlueStar adapter, CD-ROM with driver software, installation card, and cable for your specific telescope. Requires two AA batteries (not included).



Garmin nüvi 360 3.5-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator



Garmin nüvi 360 3.5-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator
The Garmin nüvi 360 GPS Navigator and Personal Travel Assistant is a GPS navigator, personal translator, multi-media entertainer and tour guide all wrapped into one. In addition to all the advanced features of the Garmin nüvi 350 -- including automatic routing, turn-by-turn voice directions, an MP3 player and audio book player, JPEG picture viewer, and much more -- this pocket-sized personal travel assistant comes with hands-free Bluetooth wireless technology, making it the hands-down go-anywhere travel companion.

Which nüvi is Best for You?: Click here to see a quick, simple comparison of features for all Garmin nuvi GPS navigators


The nüvi 360 comes with hands-free bluetooth wireles technology. See side view.


Browse your stored pictures with an easy-to-use JPEG viewer.


The device sports a handy MP3 player, letting you play songs stored on SD memory cards.
Make Hands-Free Calls
The nüvi 360 integrates wireless technology with a microphone and speaker that lets you make hands-free mobile phone calls using your compatible Bluetooth-enabled phone. Simply dial numbers with the nüvi's touch screen keypad to place a call, and to answer calls, just tap the screen and speak directly into its built-in microphone.

In addition, you can easily look-up and dial numbers from your personalized phone book or from your phone's call history log. Don't know the phone number for your destination? Simply find and dial it from nüvi's database of more than six million points of interest -- including hotels, restaurants, stores, and attractions.

Navigation and Entertainment with Ease
For starters, the nüvi 360 includes a high-sensitivity integrated GPS receiver that offers exceptional performance and reception. The unit's flip-up antenna includes an MCX-type connector for optional external GPS antenna connection. Preloaded software features maps of Europe or North America, and it includes automatic routing, 2D or 3D map perspective, turn-by-turn voice directions that speak street names, and a fingertip touch screen interface -- making navigation as easy as it gets.

But navigation is just the beginning. Like the nüvi 350, the nüvi 360 also includes many entertainment and travel tools including an MP3 player, audio book player, JPEG picture viewer, travel alarm, and currency converters.

The nüvi 360 features a bright, 2.8 x 2.1-inch TFT display with white backlight for easy readability. At 3.87 x 2.91 x 0.87-inches (WxHxD) and just 5.1 ounces, the unit is small enough to be placed on the dashboard with the included suction mount, or into your pocket for easy transportability. The unit also features Garmin Lock -- an advanced anti-theft feature that disables the unit from performing any functions until you type in a specific four-digit PIN or take the unit to a predetermined location. A built-in lithium ion battery will give you up to eight hours of power, and an included 12/24 volt adapter cable will let you run the navigator off your vehicle's power. An AC battery charger is also included.

A built-in Travel Kit that includes sample MP3s and audio books will get you started with entertainment, and with the unit's SD memory card expansion slot you can add optional software, such as language and travel guides. A USB port is also included for loading and updating data.

What's in the Box
Gamin nüvi 360, Preloaded City Navigator NT North America or Europe (full coverage), vehicle suction cup mount, AC charger, 12/24 volt adapter cable, dashboard disk, USB interface cable, carrying case, owner's manual, and quick reference guide.

Which nüvi is Best for You?



Screen
Size
inches
(w x h)
Included Maps
POIs
Directions in
Real Street
Names

Traffic
Bluetooth
Media

FM Transmitter
(audio through
car stereo
system)
Multi-
Point
Routing

Cont. U.S.,
Hawaii, and
Puerto Rico

AK and
Canada

Europe
capable
included
nüvi 200 2.8 x 2.1
check

6 million +




Photos


nüvi 200w 3.81 x 2.25
check

6 million +



Photos


nüvi 250 2.8 x 2.1
check check
6 million +



Photos

nüvi 250w 3.81 x 2.25
check check
6 million +



Photos

nüvi 260 2.8 x 2.1
check check
6 million + check


Photos

nüvi 270 2.8 x 2.1
check check check 6 million +



Photos

nüvi 350 2.8 x 2.1
check check
6 million + check check

Photos, MP3s


nüvi 360 2.8 x 2.1
check check
6 million + check check
check Photos, MP3s

nüvi 370 2.8 x 2.1 check check check 6 million + check
check check Photos, MP3s

nüvi 650 3.81 x 2.25
check check
6 million + check check

Photos, MP3s

nüvi 660
3.81 x 2.25
check check
6 million + check
check check Photos, MP3s check
nüvi 670
3.81 x 2.25
check check check 6 million + check
check check Photos, MP3s check
nüvi 680 3.81 x 2.25
check check
6 million + check
check check Photos, MP3s check
nüvi 750
3.81 x 2.25
check check
6 million + check
check
Photos, MP3s check check
nüvi 760 3.81 x 2.25
check check
6 million + check
check check Photos, MP3s check check
nüvi 770 3.81 x 2.25
check check check 6 million + check
check check Photos, MP3s check check


Customer Review: Great GPS with a lackluster interface

I have owned this GPS for about 6 months now and my wife hates it. I put up with it because the maps and routing engine is better than our previous TomTom Go 300.



The bluetooth phone dialing works well for me and my wife, however we have to disable bluetooth in order to use it while planning a trip (I'll get back to this later).



The software for Mac OS X works well. I can't seem to use any USB cable with this device. I have to use the one included in the box for some reason.



The MP3 player works well and has come in handy on long trips, giving us music and directions as needed.



So why three stars? Because I wanted to give it two stars, but felt that I was being to harsh on the UI. The biggest problem with this device is the abominably pathetic user interface (UI). For starters there is no audible alert for low power. The visual cue is not enough. Leaving is plugged in is ok by my standards, but is unforgivable by my wife's standards. I don't blame her. What kind of device shuts off without warning (no that once every so often indicator that comes is not enough).



The power indicator problem is only the beginning of the Nuvi's clumsy. The main "Menu" key is a hard target to hit while driving and while not driving. Disconnecting a phone requires more button presses than I care to hit. On my phone I can drop the nuvi faster, except that I have to either fish it out of my pocket or go find where put it down.



Entering addresses is a pain. Choose "Menu", then choose "Where to?", then choose "Address", then choose / enter state, then choose the city, and then choose the street and then choose the number. At each stage the autocompletion is PATHETIC. To top it off, yesterday, I went to Lahaska, PA. Trying to enter in an "Address", the city was not found. However entering a "City" as a destination did turn up Lahaska, PA!!!



At the bottom of the main menu are options for detour (in orange) and stop (in red). Can someone explain to me why those two options are so prominently placed (1 step after the main menu), but entering in an address is not (2 steps after the main menu)? The positioning is horrible. I have accidently touched them while holding the unit.



Scrolling around the map is fun, except when the device decides that where you touched, you are trying to make that your destination. This is extremely annoying when you are scrolling, and it flips the screen to the "Go" screen and you hit "Go" because you are still scrolling.



This is a good device. The scrolling and battery problems really frustrate us. Had I known that the UI was this annoying, I might not have bought it. It almost makes me want to pull out my TomTom Go 300 to compare the two UIs.

Customer Review: Small and good GPS device

Its my first GPS device so I do not compare it to others but its working really fine with me :)



News about bluetooth 6310i
All RSS Feeds »

RSS makes it possible for people to keep up with their favorite web sites in an automated manner that's easier than checking them manually.




Business News
Health News
Science News
Technology News
Entertainment News
Politics News
Sports News
World News


Rocketinfo Services »


Labels:

30 Comments:

At 4:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is cool post and i enjoy to read this post. your blog is fantastic and you have good staff in your blog. nice sharing keep it up.http://www.punksbeforeprofits.net |

 
At 9:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just wanted to let you know that what you do really affects peoples lives and that people - like me - truly appreciate it.http://www.showcarsupply.net |

 
At 11:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's very easy to find out any topic on net as compared to textbooks, as I found this article at this website. http://www.branchhome.net |

 
At 9:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well.. http://www.health-encyclopedia.net |

 
At 9:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is my first time visit here. From the tons of comments on your articles,I guess I am not only one having all the enjoyment right here!http://www.technologymountains.org |

 
At 3:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pretty portion of content. I just stumbled upon your weblog and in accession capital to assert that I acquire in fact enjoyed account your weblog posts. Any way I will be subscribing on your augment or even I achievement you get admission to constantly quickly.http://www.blindhouse.org |

 
At 11:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's very easy to find out any topic on net as compared to textbooks, as I found this article at this website. http://www.businessperth.org |

 
At 10:36 PM, Blogger Jenni John said...

Excellent share, this is a really quality post. In underlying objects theory I’d like to write like this too. Taking time and real effort to make a good article.http://www.4rce4health.com |

 
At 10:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wished to say that I have truly enjoyed surfing around your blog posts.http://www.decenturbanweddings.org |

 
At 3:45 AM, Blogger amy ryan said...

I just read your blog and get the information which searching everywhere. Now it’s become on my top preference of reading for acquiring the updates without hassle.http://www.latinosposttech.com |

 
At 12:08 AM, Blogger Presely Preston said...

Excellent and decent post. I found this much informative, as to what I was exactly searching for.The Article is quite impressive and thoughts been put up has clearly got something to state.Before Profit |

 
At 4:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, this is an amazing thing that I found here. You tried best to achieve your thoughts. http://www.futurehelphomes.com |

 
At 11:05 PM, Blogger Walcott Vinson said...

I am really enjoying reading your well written articles. It looks like you spend a lot of effort and time on your blog. I have bookmarked it and I am looking forward to reading new articles.Automotive Manuals |

 
At 2:46 AM, Blogger Wendy Welston said...

It was a positive conversation and each day since then he has made an effort to come and speak to her about his success of the day. Light House Galley |

 
At 3:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I surprised with the analysis you made to make this particular publish incredible. Wonderful activity! http://www.blackamericafitness.com |

 
At 5:05 AM, Blogger Ted Verlion said...

This is a smart blog. I mean it you have so much knowledge about this issue and so much passion. Hybra Technology |

 
At 6:50 PM, Blogger Ivy Howard said...

I recently found many useful information in your website especially this blog page. Among the lots of comments on your articles. Thanks for sharing.Rise Health System |

 
At 1:44 AM, Blogger Gypsy Hadley said...

I just wanted to let you know that what you do really affects peoples lives and that people - like me - truly appreciate it.Bisman Healthy Living |

 
At 12:02 AM, Blogger Franklin Gloria said...

Hey there! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a collection of volunteers and starting a new project in a community in the same niche. Your blog provided us useful information to work on. You have done a extraordinary job!Mad Ideas Software |

 
At 8:16 AM, Blogger Ethel Eamon said...

If you would like to get a good deal from this article then you have to apply such methods to your won website.Mi Home Energy |

 
At 4:16 AM, Blogger Cid Croston said...

This is very interesting news website running 24 hours a day to keep their viewer updated all the time. Business of Diving |

 
At 10:03 PM, Blogger Bent Ley said...

The good slicing points and portal easily accept wide range of connections to summarize new ideas with proper scale marketing to run right business.Halabi Travel |

 
At 2:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fantastic work and very well-written article. I will recommend reading it to all my friendshttp://www.millerhillbusiness.org |

 
At 9:08 PM, Blogger Ayer Bailey said...

Excellent share, this is a really quality post. In underlying objects theory I’d like to write like this too. Taking time and real effort to make a good article.Town Real Estate |

 
At 12:09 AM, Blogger Ayer Bailey said...

Interesting and amazing how your post is! It Is Useful and helpful for me That I like it very much, and I am looking forward to Hearing from your next..mindsehealth |

 
At 10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You’ve got some interesting points in this article. I would have never considered any of these if I didn’t come across this. Thanks!.http://www.micahome.org |

 
At 11:05 PM, Blogger Briley Celia said...

Valuable very touchable information. I would like to thank you for sharing your great facts.sherbornbusiness |

 
At 6:57 PM, Blogger Colvin Cord said...

I am really glad to be here.I hope to see more great articles here in the future too so keep it up and good luck to all of you!ncfirsttimehomebuyer |

 
At 12:21 AM, Blogger Danita Delman said...

Quality content is the crucial to invite the visitors to visit the site, that's what this website is providing.emrsoftwaresite |

 
At 4:44 AM, Blogger Alden Barclay said...

I am really satisfied with this posting that you have given us. This is really a stupendous work done by you.millerhillbusiness |

 

Post a Comment

<< Home