Go ahead, cut the cord. These cool and useful Bluetooth devices help you phone, print, present and more -- all without wires.
The Logitech diNovo Mini is a great go-anywhere keyboard, but where it really shines is in the living room, controlling your Media Center PC.
The Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer painlessly (and wirelessly) gets snapshots from your cell phone on to 2-by-3-inch prints with adhesive backing.
The Mindstorms NXT kit from Lego lets you create various robots that respond to programs you create and transmit via Bluetooth.
BlueAnt's Supertooth 3 hands-free speakerphone, which mounts on a car's sun visor, lets you use voice commands to dial and answer mobile calls.
The Aliph New Jawbone is a better class of Bluetooth earphone: stylish and comfortable to wear for hours at a stretch.
The Kensington Vo200 Bluetooth Internet Phone saves you money by routing your calls over VoIP. The handset stores and charges right in your notebook's PC Card slot.
The Baracoda D-Fly scans bar codes and uploads them to your notebook, handheld or smart phone, where you can comparison-shop for similar products online.
Logitech diNovo Mini Bluetooth keyboard
Yamaha's NX-B02 Bluetooth Wireless Speaker packs two speakers in a single box and sounds like a much larger speaker system.
The Sony Ericsson MBW-150 Classic Edition watch connects to your phone to show you who is calling or that a new text message has arrived.
The VP6600 ExpressCard Media Remote from Interlink Electronics is a tiny yet surprisingly powerful remote control for making presentations. It charges and travels in your notebook's ExpressCard slot.
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