Microsoft Surface Tablet

Two models of Microsoft’s new Surface tablet PC – Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro

Surface Tablet Windows RT has a 10.6 inch display with HD resolution (720 p), weighs 676 grams and is 9.3 millimeters thick. It runs on an ARM processor, and when it comes to storage space, you can choose between 32 or 64 GB model.

Surface tablet PC

The second model of Microsoft’s Tablet runs on the upcoming operating system Windows 8. It has also a 10.6 inch screen, but with higher HD resolution (1080 p). The device is 13.5 millimeters thick and weighs 903 grams. Unlike the first model, running this device on an Intel Core i5 processor and Ivy Bridge is available in a 64 or 128 GB version.

We know nothing about they will support 3 g/4 g, GPS and NFC. It is also not revealed Microsoft what these new devices will cost. It is expected to Surface Tablet with Windows RT will cost the same as the other tablets with Arm processors, while Surface Tablet with Windows 8 Pro is expected to cost as much as corresponding ultrabooks.

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Bridgat Bluetooth Stereo Headset

Tapster Bluetooth stereo headset is controlled by a touch surface and has no buttons. This means that it uses sensors and advanced software that records every touch. For example, you can adjust the volume or receive calls with just pressing the surface. When you take the headset off, transferred the call to your phone. The headset is compliant with Bluetooth HSP (Handset Profile) and HFP (Handsfree Profile) Bluetooth profiles.

The headset uses ClearType technology that filters out noise for crystal clear conversations. If you come in a noisy environment, the headset will recognize it and adjust the volume. The full sound is smart algorithm that improves the quality of the music and offers a dynamic stereo sound.

Bluetooth Stereo Headset

Tapster Bluetooth headset which is available on bridgat is an angled design that fits the anatomy in our ear canal. This means that the angle of the ear and the earpiece speaker is customized to fit each ear canal.

Bluetooth profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP

Bluetooth version: 2.1 EDR
Magnet Type: Neodymium
Speaker Diameter: 8.6 mm
Enhancement: full sound, ECHO control, noise reduction

Frequency range: 20 Hz-20 kHz
Call control: switch between call and music, voice dial, answer/end call, reject call, call forwarding
Volume Control: Yes
Accessories: carrying bag, optional headset, charger
Battery Type: LI-Polymer
Rechargeable: Yes
Power supply: AC-DC adapter
Music time: 7 hours

Talk time: 7 hours
Standby time: 150 hours

Battery weight: 13.6 g
Depth: 3 cm
Height: 3.65 cm
Width: 3.65 cm
Weight: 0.024 kg

Apple’s Earphones Check The Heart Rate And Blood Pressure

According to rumors, there will be earphones, which can measure your heart rate and check your blood pressure with Apple’s next top model, iPhone 6.

Apple EarPods

Apple EarPods

The next version of Apple EarPods comes with iPhone 6, and they can measure your heart rate – it is alleged in a new leak, shared by an anonymous user on leakage-app called Secret. These earphones will also communicate with iBeacon – so you can always find them.

Although other companies such as Intel and LG have already launched similar products and earphones with sensors, can it possibly be a great news. Especially when you consider that Apple is planning to launch iOS8 with a health-app, if one can rely on earlier leaks. And Apple earphones that checks blood pressure fit perfectly with such an app!

Another product which could fit nicely with this app, and compete with other companies  “body close technology” is a smart watch Apple planning to launch. This can get the name smart watch iWatch, but it is not yet safe.

It is also not good to say about the rumors and leaks from the Secret app fits, because users are completely anonymous. But there are still more who believe in them, since a number of rumors that were shared at the Secret app, has proven to be true.

Parrot Bluetooth Gadgets

Although we offer a variety of Bluetooth-enabled products, we have noticed that some of the most popular products from Parrot, a French company, which produces Bluetooth accessories. And it is not without reason – they produce some of the best Bluetooth products in the world!

Parrot Bluetooth Car Kit

Christine/M De Tourvel, Jean-Pierre and Henri Seydoux founded Parrot Talvard in 1994. Today, 20 years later, the company has over 650 employees and is based in Paris. The Parrot is most known for vehicle accessories (like the Parrot MKi9000, MKi9100 MKi9200-or Car Kit), but they also produce a range of other products such as picture frames, Hi-Fi wireless speakers. Since 2010, they have also produced drones! Their first drone called the Parrot Drone, and it was designed to be able to be controlled with a mobile or a tablet, which is running iOS or Android.

Bluetooth car accessories from Parrot – stylish, convenient and reliable

The Parrot is primarily known for its car kit, and the most popular models are: the Parrot MKi9000, MKi9100 and the Parrot MKi9200 the Parrot MKi9000, where is the cheapest and the most expensive model-MKi9200. All these car kit works in such a way that they connect it to the audio system in your vehicle, and delivers high-quality conversations and music. They are designed to fit to all kinds of music players, and there are a variety of advanced features that are available – the Parrot MKi voice, and they automatically synchronizes the contacts in the user’s mobile phone with phone book … In addition, all functions are very user friendly, and it leads to a safer and more pleasant drive. If you want to acquire such a car kit, or any other Parrot-product, so you can find the Parrot Bluetooth accessories here.

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Galaxy Note 4

If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, you are probably aware of how stylish and sophisticated Samsung latest Note-mobile is. But here are some things you didn’t know about the beautiful phablet!

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung presented Galaxy Note 4 of September 2014, along with Note Edge. It has 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, a 16-Megapixel main camera with a number of useful features, and a 3.7-megapixel front camera and Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip. But today we write more about part interesting thing most do not know about the flagship.

# 1 Don’t be concerned about losing your Pen: Note 4 will notify you

Note-the series is known for Samsung’s stylus – S Pen, and when the little thing is so important, many of us are afraid of losing it. But, you don’t have to worry about, so relax: Samsung Galaxy Note has a feature called “S Pen alerts”, and it allows your phone to notify you if you go from your S Pen. This feature is automatically turned on, but if you have lost your S Pen, you can of course turn off the feature, so you avoid receiving messages constantly.

Galaxy Note 4 S pen Alarm

Your Note 4 will notify you if you lose your S Pen

# 2 Make sure that you don’t lose your Galaxy Note 4

Note 4 is a great and strong mobile, but smart phones are among the items most often we lose, no matter how big or small they are. If you want to protect yourself against theft or could find your mobile easier, if you lose it, you can just activate the Android Device Manager. Then you get many options, if you lose your mobile phone, and you can read more about this and about Android Device Manager here.

# 3 “Sound Detection” – Let your Samsung give you message

It is a feature which provides the user with vibration or light, after that your phone “belongs” to the baby’s crying or someone calls at the door. In addition, this feature can be handy for the person who doesn’t hear so well.

# 4 Use your phone with gloves – never Frozen fingers

If it’s cold, it’s lovely with gloves, but it’s hard to use your phone with gloves on … Fortunately, you can increase the touch sensitivity on your Note 4, so you don’t have to take the gloves off.

5 Smart Phone Myths That Don’t Fit

Smart phones have been around for about 10 years. It is now a long time, but are you sure that you know everything that is worth knowing about them? There are still some myths that stuck from the time we used the “old fashioned” mobile phones.

Myths about smart phone

Today we take hold of some of the largest smart phone myths, as many have always taken for granted, and cleans up some of the misconceptions which are back from “mobiles’ morning”.

Myth 1: “Task killers” for better battery life and make your phone faster

Task killer

In theory, they sound very practical, but in practice the task handlers really superfluous. They do not contribute much either speed or battery life. Even when you “kill” an application, it remains stored in the RAM, so you can quickly grab it at a later occasion. It is recommended that you close the applications when they are fixed, or do not work as they should, because the closure of all applications will actually make the device reacts more slowly. In addition, modern smart phones have their own task handlers, so applications from third party actually is redundant.

Myth 2: do not charge the phone until it is completely discharged

Charging of mobile

We understand where this myth comes from – most will recall the older phone models and batteries with “memory effect”. If this type of battery could not be discharged completely, but instead got charged the battery up repeatedly from a half-full level, “remembered” it this as lowest capacity and turned it into his zero, so the battery faster was “empty”. With today’s Li-ion batteries you can charge your smart phone exactly when you want, and as much as you want to. It is not necessary to wait until the battery is empty before the phone is charging.

* MTP-tips: It is still a good practice to keep your phone charged up between 40% and 80%. A large number of charging cycles, where the phone charged up from almost 0% to 100% more battery power than actually toils if it is kept evenly charged. It is also recommended to turn off and turn on the phone once a week.

Myth 3: the phone takes damage of that is charging at night


Relax, since, as noted above, charge the phone exactly when you want, also at night. The phone registers when the cell phone battery is full, and will simply stop charging. It will therefore not be harmed by being connected to the electrical grid or a PC. In view of the possible fire hazard you should, however, assure you that you are using an undamaged and approved charger, and that in the phone is not covered under duvets and pillows and overheats.

Myth 4: More mega pixels means a better camera!


Not necessarily. Mega pixels has a certain meaning, of course, but the quality of the lens is more important, and also the size of the image chip and thus each pixel. A camera with large pixels captures more light, and the picture quality will be better. It is for this reason that some 8-megapixel cameras take better pictures than individual cameras with 13 mega pixels. This applies of course also for digital cameras, which do not sit on smart phones.

Myth 5: only use original Chargers never Chargers third-party

Smart phone charger

So long you use an approved charger, it doesn’t matter that it is not original. For example, you buy a Belkin charger, the phone will be charged as well as with the charger you got when you bought the phone. You don’t need to be nervous to use a stronger charger: the phone will only pull the power it needs, and stop charging when the battery is full.