Posts tagged Wireless
And I thought my Climbatron was fun, the SpyBot Climber easily scales many smooth and uneven vertical surfaces – wall board, plaster, brick, cinder block, and siding are negotiable for this versatile robot. It can even go across sturdy ceilings if placed there first – although it can transition from a horizontal (ground) surface to a vertical one, and back – all for US$14k.
randyrants.com thinks that Radio Shack’s 5.8GHz Wireless Rear-Channel Amplifier (25W/Channel) is “worth a shot, especially for a situation that has very few options otherwise.”
The D-Link DCS-5300W is a 320×240 MPEG-4 IP camera which includes an integrated Web server for monitoring from any browser and for setting the camera up. It can pan 270 degrees and tilt 90 degrees.
The International Consumer Electronics Show’s (CES) Best of Innovation Awards lists a slew of gadgets in categories from Accessibility to Wireless Communications.
The Nokia HS-4W Wireless Boom Headset is sleek silver and operates via Bluetooth. Features include a volume control, answer / end functionality and voice dial activation. Weighing 21g and claims 6 hours of talk time or 160 hours of standby time.
The Apple Wireless Keyboard and Apple Wireless Mouse let you take advantage of the Bluetooth adapter built into your Mac. These new Bluetooth-based peripherals use adaptive frequency hopping to give you reliable wireless performance from a range of up to 30 feet, and offer secure 128-bit, over-the-air encryption.