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Official BlackBerry Bluetooth Keyboard for PlayBook Available Pre-Order At The Source for $99

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We’ve just recently been tipped off that the official BlackBerry Bluetooth keyboard for the PlayBook is now available for pre-order from The Source for $99.The Official BlackBerry Bluetooth keyboard is going to be a killer accessory for PlayBook users. The Source’s online customer support even told us that the PlayBook keyboard will hold a single charge for up to 30 days! This is going to make your PlayBook a pretty awesome laptop replacement.
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CES 2012: Zagg Shows Off New Universal Keyboards for Any Bluetooth Device

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Zagg is at CES 2012 showing off their new Universal Keyboards that work with any Bluetooth-enabled devices including the BlackBerry PlayBook. One of the downsides is that the media keys won’t function on the PlayBook because they are for iOS and Android only. Too bad.
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Bluetooth Keyboard for the BlackBerry PlayBook Review

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I was recently sent a Bluetooth Keyboard for the PlayBook by The Next Success and TotallyTablet. A Bluetooth keyboard is coming officially from RIM, and it’s great to see Next Success bring one to market this fast. I’ve used the keyboard for over a week and this review breaks down whether it’s a good investment.
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UPDATED: Video Walkthrough of the InPulse “BlackBerry Smartwatch” by Allerta

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Mike sent us his video walkthrough of the Allerta InPulse watch which looks pretty decent. The device alerts you of incoming emails, SMS and phone calls. You can also view a history of message notifications to check to see what you missed. The watch seems like it would be really handy for anyone who doesn’t keep their BlackBerry on them in a readily accessible manner. For example, girls who keep their BlackBerry in their purse, could have this watch and not have to dig around in their purse each time they get an alert. If you’re at a conference, you could keep your phone in your laptop bag and only take it out when the watch alerts you of an important call or message. Check out the video and let us know what you think.

Pre-order the InPulse from their site.

Mike sent us Part 2 of his InPulse Smartwatch video. Check it out after the jump.
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CTIA 2010: Earzee Bluetooth Wristbands and Neckbands from Fish Phonics

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This year at CTIA there is a lot of buzz about cell phone radiation and limiting your exposure it. Fish Phonics is coming to market with a slew of new Bluetooth wristbands and neckbands. One of them, Earzee, is a wristband with a nub that comes out and wraps around your fingers, allowing you to limit the distance to your phone. The product looks cool but it’s sort of odd to have a Bluetooth product that isn’t hands-free. Check out their promo video and look out for their products which should be hitting the market in 2011.

Socket Mobile Cordless Hand Scanner for Healthcare with BlackBerry App

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Socket Mobile has announced the Socket Bluetooth Cordless hand Scanner (CHS) Series 7 with BlackBerry support including the Bold, Curve, Pearl, Storm and Tour devices. The CHS Series 7 is available in 2D and 1D scanning options with either standard or antimicrobial casing, which protects the device against the multiplication and spread of harmful bacteria and microbes and is a popular choice in the healthcare and hospitality industries. Socket provides a free SocketScan app, which enables the CHS to connect to any BlackBerry via Bluetooth, allowing easy integration by an IT team or individual users.
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