In the recent holiday season I got this great present; a Philips wireless Bluetooth headphones SHB9150! Setting up a Bluetooth connection with my HTC One (M7) smart phone was very easy and took less than a minute. Another minute was spend setting the SHB9150 to fit to the size of my head. And I was ready to enjoy the music! Here’s a small review.
A few years ago I gave away all my Cd’s as my complete music collection is stored on the hard disk of my PC. However, the build in speakers of the all in one PC aren’t good enough to fill my living room. But how to get a decent audio quality from a device which should preferably be put on a book shelve 7 meters away without having to lay ugly and inconvenient cables?
The Nokia BH-503 is not just a headset. It’s a wireless headset. The wires are replaced by Bluetooth technology. So the headset can only connect with devices with a bluetooth interface or where a bluetooth dongle can be plugged in.
A wireless internet / network connection in your home or office location is great. Especially when the access point stands right next to your notebook…. Sometimes you don’t want to sit next to the router but you require some more freedom, but moving away from the access point reduces the signal strength. But how does the signal strength changee throughout your workspace?
For my work I travel quite a lot. Mostly I travel by train as this gives me the opportunity to take some sleep very early in the morning and do some work when travelling in the afternoon or evening. My Nokia N95 enables me to connect to the internet through 3G. It has a decent browser built in and my Vodafone flat fee internet bundle which costs me € 9,95 / month gives me the freedom and speed to do online whatever I want.