Mildura Weekly : Friday December 6 Vol 8 No 6
Mildura Weekly – 06/12/13 59 www.milduraphonebook.com.au Visit Telstra Business Centre, 11 Seventh Steet PH: 5021 8500 Telstra Shop, Mildura Central Shopping Centre, 15th Street PH: 5023 2021 $30 $60 $99 $130 White diamonds stylus smartphone pen Plantronics k100 in-car speakerphone Cygnett PurePhonic Bluetooth Headphones Belkin @TVplus FLEX Bluetooth headset $25 This month’s Talking Technology column takes on a slightly different look, as the Mildura Weekly reviews not one, but fi ve devices in the lead-up to Christmas! This Bluetooth headset is perfect for the on-the-go business type, and boasts incredible range and sound quality. What’s great about the FLEX is that it’s easy to use, simple to set up, and even comes with its own USB charger. ‘Stylus’ by name and certainly stylish by nature. It’s compact, easy to carry, and helps reduce the number of messy fi ngerprints left on your phone. The Stylus Smartphone Pen also makes working your smartphone all the more easier. Continuing the Bluetooth theme, this wireless in-car speakerphone is a marvel, boasting good range and sensational sound quality. Easily clipped to your car’s sun-visor, this device is designed to allow drivers to make and receive calls safely while on the road. It comes with an in-car and USB charger, with the battery life also worthy of a mention. Arguably Mildura Weekly’s favourite device of the bunch! These wireless, Bluetooth headphones look fantastic, while also boasting incredible sound quality. Designed to be synced with your iPhone, iPod or iPad, the headphones reduce the need for messy cables, meaning your gym sessions or nightly jogs just became a whole lot easier. The headphones also come with an in-built microphone – meaning users won’t miss any calls while wearing them! This little device is a real beaut, and is designed to send recorded and live TV to your home computer or smart devices over a wireless connection. Users connect the Belkin @TVplus to their home set-top box, and then install software on their computer which allows the signal to be received via a wireless connection. An ‘App’ is also available for those looking to watch live TV on their phones or tablet – the only downside being an extra cost of around $14. Definitely worth a look – especially for those looking to sneak a little live viewing of the Ashes this summer while at work!
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