LAS VEGAS — Apple’s Magic Mouse connects wirelessly to your computer via Bluetooth, and two companies at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas are making it easy to recharge the pointing device’s batteries without any cords, too.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we have seven tablets from a Shenzhen, China company called Homeland that range in size from 7” to 10”, bringing our count to 40 tablets. Unlike many of the other companies we’ve covered in this series, Homeland had detailed specs for each of their tablets, but none of them were turned on.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we have four more devices from the Shenzhen district of China, three Android devices and one Windows device. Unfortunately we weren’t able to see any of them actually working, but one company did, at least, let us see some specs.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we bring you have five more, bringing to 29 so far. These five were from Kneehigh Technologies, another company from the Shenzhen district in China. Like most of the other companies in the Shenzhen area of CES, Kneehigh wouldn’t give us any specs on the devices.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we bring you three more tablets from a company called Shouying. We know they run Android OS 2.2, and we know that the screen sizes are 5.5”, 7”, and 10”. Unfortunately, we don’t know anything else because the company wouldn’t tell us any more. No specs, no pricing, nor availability.
LAS VEGAS — IK Multimedia, well know for their Amplitube app, wants to turn your iPad or iPhone into a portable recording studio with its new iRig Mic. Instead of relying on the Dock port on your iOS device, iRig Mic uses a special connector plug that fits the headphone jack and includes a splitter for your earbuds, too.
LAS VEGAS — Portable Bluetooth keyboards can help make typing on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad easier, and Jorno is hoping it can improve the mobile typing experience even more by adding a built-in stand that’s sturdy enough to hold an iPad. The company showed off it’s foldable keyboard at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
LAS VEGAS — Apple’s iPhone gained a new job for back yard BBQ fans thanks to iGrill from iDevices. The company showed off the meat temperature probe and iOS monitoring app combo at the Consumer Electronics Trade Show in Las Vegas.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we bring you eleven different Android tablets from three companies, Feihong, VG Media, and Ontop. They range in size from 5.5” to 10.1”, though none of them were actually turned on.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we bring you tablets five tablets from a company called Coby. The Coby Kyros line runs on Android, and the company is really mixing up the form factors with 7”, 8” and 10” versions. Better yet, there are actually different versions within those sizes.
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