Nifty Bluetooth Gadgets For Everyday Life

Human beings today are fortunate to be part of this tech-run world.

Technology has progressed these days, the gadgets of yesteryears were more complicated in nature. Today, the gadgets we see went through a huge transformation for decades to become the nifty and simple.

Advancement of electronic devices brought us the easy life but connecting with these devices includes an annoying work of connecting wires, which is a more complex job. Later the development of wireless technology made it simple to work with like Bluetooth.

Bluetooth is a wireless and automatic gadget which streamlines the art of connecting devices. Here is the list of Bluetooth devices that we use in everyday life.

Jabra Solemate



A hand size docking station, which doubles up as a loudspeaker, plays music from your phone and radio. There are three speakers in it to give the best audio quality and it can be connected to your phone or tablet with its 3.5 mm port.

Nike Hyperdunk+


Nike Hyperdunk+, the basketball shoes works as a smart shoe by tracing the steps, vertical leap and hustle on the court with the aid of the tiny sole-mounted sensor in the Nike+ shoes that connects with your iPhone 4S/5 wirelessly.

Motorola’s H19TXT Headset


This Bluetooth headset is designed to fit in your ear with comfortably, which allows you make calls and listen to music by just tapping once in your smart phone with NFC in operating mode. It also has an app called Motospeak to dictate a text message.

Pebble E-Paper Watch


Pebble E-paper watch connects to you by connecting through Bluetooth with your Android or iOS phone. It displays incoming calls, calendar, weather and alarms as well as displays email, Facebook and Twitter updates.

Ten One Design: Pogo Connect


Pogo connect is a smart pen to draw and sketch on iPads, which is connected via Bluetooth 4.0. It is functions by the level of pressure you apply on the touch screen. This low-power consuming works with an AAA battery and it is supported with apps like Procreate and SketchBook Pro.

Lockitron Deadbolt


Lockitron is a front door lock which is connected with a Wi-Fi and is operated by an app to lock or unlock the door from anywhere. If you pair it via Bluetooth 4.0 with your iPhone 4s/5, it spontaneously unlocks the door for you when you are near the door.

Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard


This keyboard is made especially for Windows 8 users to help them connect with Bluetooth 3 and not with a USB cable. The keyboard runs with AAA batteries which will last for 10 months.

Scosche RHYTHM


The RHYTHM is an armband sensor that monitors the distance you ran, your route map, and calories burnt while doing it. It connects to your iPhone 4s/5 and Android phones through Bluetooth 4.0.

Withings Wireless Scale WS-30


This wireless weighing scale assesses the body weight and BMI details are also transferred to your smartphone through Bluetooth 4.0. It can post you current weight in Facebook and Twitter.

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by techtalks @TechTalks September 7, 2015 7:45 AM UTC


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