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Klipsch Gig

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earpieceKlipsch’s latest portable Bluetooth speaker, the Gig, is a well-designed $199.99 (direct) option that features a swiveling kick stand so you can angle the drivers to face various directions. The Gig can get quite loud for its size, and delivers a more powerful sense of bass than most wireless speakers in this price range. However, on tracks with seriously deep bass, it can often distort at top volumes, which is a bit disappointing considering its pricing. Regardless, at moderate to high volumes, the distortion can be avoided, and the portable Gig provides a very sculpted listening experience that will appeal to fans of rich lows and crisp highsthough it may be a bit too sculpted for purists to enjoy.

The Gig is offered in a cream-colored motif as well as a black-and-silver model; if those two schemes are insufficient, Klipsch sells a range of additional color bands for $24.99 each. Measuring 3.6 by 7 by 2.1-inches, the 1.4-pound speaker, like the Bose SoundLink Mini, is on the larger end of the portable Bluetooth speaker scale. In other words, the rounded rectangular contour, with its built-in, swivel stand that allows for various speaker angles, is portable in the sense that you can move it around and it runs on an internal lithium ion battery. But its size might overwhelm a purse or small bag, and it’s not a pocketable option.

The stand, which is easily removable, makes it possible for the Gig to sit flat on a table top and project sound upward, or sit at multiple angles, though not all of the angles seem to stay in place. There’s a locking mechanism that holds the speaker in place only when sitting at a perfect right angle, projecting sound forward, toward the listener instead of up toward the ceiling.

Behind the speaker grille, two 1-inch drivers and two 2-inch passive bass radiators combine to output a hefty audio signal. A volume dial is located along one of the side panels, and it houses a multi-function button in its center that controls Play/Pause, Track navigation, as well as answering calls and ending them, and putting a call on mute. This button also doubles as the status indicator, telling you whether you’re paired or not, and how much battery life you have left. Along the back panel, there’s a 3.5mm aux input (a cable is included), the USB port for charging (a cable is included for this, as well), and the Power/Pairing switch. Klipsch Gig inline

In addition to the two cables, the Gig ships with a wall charger that the USB cable plugs into, and international outlet adapters for it. These accessories get their own carrying pouch, and the speaker itself gets a larger carrying pouch, both of which are black cloth drawstring bags. Klipsch estimates the Gig’s battery life at about 12 hours of standard use, and 4 hours of use at maximum volume.

Audio cues let you know when you’re in pairing mode, paired, or powered upand they are guitar strums, which will either make you smile or annoy you. Regardless, the pairing process with an iPhone 5s was simple and quick. If you have an NFC-enabled device, you can also pair with the Gig using this functionthe NFC sensor is near the volume dial.

The Gig employs digital signal processing (DSP), which typically ensures that there will be no distortion by limiting a track’s transient peaks at higher volumes. On the Gig, however, the DSP can’t quite restrain tracks with serious sub-bass content, like the Knife’s “Silent Shout,” from distorting. At this price, that’s a bit of a disappointmentdistortion shouldn’t be part of the equation at $200. It’s not shocking when you see the size of the Gig, howeverit’s bigger than many portable Bluetooth speakers, but a boom box it is not.

Despite the distortion at higher volumes on deep bass tracks, the Gig does manage to pump out a hefty amount of bass response at moderate-to-high volumes. The Knife track that distorts sounds full and clean, with a thumping beat, at moderate volume levels. Basically, adjusting either the max volume on the speaker or your device will solve the distortion problem on deep bass tracks, so it’s not necessarily a deal-breaker, especially considering how loud the speaker can get at medium volume levels to begin with.

On Bill Callahan’s “Drover,” his vocals receive a nice, smooth low-end presence, complimenting his rich baritone delivery nicely. The crisp highs give his vocals and the guitar strumming enough treble edge to standout, despite the bass presence. And the drums get a nice dollop of low-end presence, as well, but the Gig keeps the bass boosting on this track fairly subtle.

Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “No Church in the Wild” manages to almost completely avoid distortionat max volumes on both the speaker and the sound source, the vocals start to waiver a bit whenever the sub-bass synth hits come into the picture, but at just slightly lower levels, there’s no distortion. The kick drum loop’s attack gets plenty of high-mid presence, allowing it to slice through the mix, while the bass radiators provide a convincing sense of the kick drum’s low-end sustain, and a laudable amount of heft for the sub-bass synth stabs.

Classical tracks, like John Adams’ “The Chairman Dances,” also receive a subtle boosting in the lows, allowing the lower register strings to have a bit more body and life, but the spotlight still belongs to the higher register strings, brass, and percussion, which take advantage of the sculpted highs.

The comparably priced Bose SoundLink Mini doesn’t suffer from the distortion issues the Gig has at maximum volumes, but it arguably has less low frequency push at moderate levels. If these options are out of your price range, the Panasonic SC-NT10 and the Skullcandy Air Raid are both solid portable Bluetooth speaker options, but obviously, they’re going to deliver a less intense, powerful audio experience. For $200, the distortion is disappointing, but the Gig can be used at high volumes without the problem rearing its ugly headand it delivers a better sense of bass than most portable Bluetooth options $200 and under.

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The Universal Translator

What is your favorite feature of the technological advancement? In my opinion, I much like the design job – It is cooler than an Inuit’s underpants!

Originally conceived by science fiction writer Murray Leinster and utilized in his 1945 novella ‘First Contact’, the universal translator is a device that translates any language into a language known to the device’s user.

Most people reading this article will be infinitely more familiar with the universal translator as featured in ‘Star Trek’ and its various incarnations. Star Trek’s version of the translator is actually an extremely effective plot device, allowing aliens from anywhere in the universe to speak perfect English, even if they have never met a Human being a day in their lives (and thus allowing the writers of ‘Star Trek’ the freedom to not have to explain why each alien race speaks English so well in every other episode). In reality, alien linguistics would likely be so alien that they could take generations to decipher and even prove to be impossible for Human vocal chords to mimic.

On a more ‘down to earth’ level, a universal translator would decode any/all languages spoken on earth instantly (or near-instantly), allowing a person speaking Mandarin Chinese to freely converse with a person speaking Hindi with no miscommunications whatsoever.

Why we want it:

Such technology could really benefit the Human race in its quest for world peace.

In much the same way that the Internet has made it harder for various politically motivated factions to create propaganda about those they wish to invade (because now we can simply ask them if the stories are true or not), a universal translator would help people to reach a shared understanding.

Nothing would ever be lost in translation and everything would be clearly and effectively understood.

The downside, of course, is that people would not have to learn another language in order to communicate with other people, this, I feel, really would be a shame, as a culture’s views, experiences and legacy are often enshrined in its language, meaning that learning another language really is a window into a larger world with many different points of view.

When can we expect it?

You can see a crap version of this technology if you use ‘Google Translate’, but that’s only useful if you’re decoding simple phrases and words.

Early versions of the universal translator as seen in ‘Star Trek’ (and other series), do actually exist. American troops in Iraq employed the TRANSTAC program, (which automatically translated Arabic-English), before replacing it with the BOLT program (Broad Operational Language Translation), which serves as the current version of the US army translator.

However, the translator that allows us to freely chat in two distinct languages (and still be understood) has yet to be invented. In my estimation, the technology could one day exist and we’ll probably see its true prototype within the next 50 years, as such an invention will likely become a necessity of business by the mid 21st Century.

If I had to pick someone who was likely to invent it, I’d go with Google. It is in their best interests to come up with it first.

Do not forget that scene in ‘Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home’ where the crew of the Enterprise fly back in time to that mid 1980’s and Doc McCoy encounters an elderly Woman who wants kidney dialysis. Exploding in skepticism, the good doctor cries “what’s this, the dark ages!?” before giving the Lady a tablet that promptly grows her a new kidney, much to her delight. That’s where we could be within a couple of decades – ‘Star Trek’ technology. What is cooler than that?

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Sony Ericsson G705 – A True Multimedia Tool!

headphonesWith so much information around the internet about radio accessory’s it is hard to discover the top and largely honest articles. here’s an article from a reputable site that i believe to be factual, do not quote me on it but please read and enjoy

If you are bored of that heavy sized phone and are looking for a refreshing change, then no batter option than Sony Ericsson G705 can be there.
It is all because that this model comes equipped with a wide range of amusement features along with some recent technologies such as GPRS, Bluetooth technology, Wi Fi and USB support.
Connectivity options
The USB 2.0 integrated in this gadget has made the interconnection between mobile and personal computer system hassle free and quick. One can transfer any quantity of data among the compatible devices through USB support. Another innovative technology integrated is Bluetooth technology by using which the customers can transfer most liked images, wallpapers and music tracks among two Bluetooth enabled devices and that too wirelessly, and it really looks so stunning and impressive.

High speed Wi Fi with 802 11b/802 is also incorporated in the unit that boosts up the transmission and connectivity speed tremendously. Then, it is fully HTML web browser that has grabbed the attention of stylish customers, the web browser comes with RSS feed which renders the most up to date news about any event or affair to the users.
Moreover, the users can also upload the videos recorded through the integrated camera on the site of YouTube and can also download the videos from there.

Various other features
The gigantic memory area engraved in the unit makes it possible to store unlimited contact numbers with multiple fields for each contact, multiple numbers for a name, ring ID, Picture ID and many more. The complete package of personal information management will really aid the users to perform their daily tasks without any hassles.

The PIM application package incorporates notes, timer, stopwatch, To Do, calculator, calendar and alarm clock.
The integrated speakerphone allows for making handsfree conversations while with the voice recording feature, one can also record the conversation. Furthermore, one can also send mails to others; the protocols supported for sending as well as receiving mails are SMTP, POP 3 and IMAP.

Built in A GPS navigation facilities renders turn by turn navigational utilities.

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Earn 6600 Gems Quickly; Two NEW Codes Released; Rare Item Monday Features Gold Headphones

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audioI had used several headphone till date and most of you must have as well. However, most of them – affordable or expensive – do have some missing aspects. But Zoook – a new entrant in the Indian handset market – has come out with a headphone called Zoook ZB BHP110L which is armed with all features that you would expect in such a device.
Here is our take on the Zoook ZPBHP110L headphone.

Features
The Zoook ZB BHP110L comes with all the features that you can thing of in a headphone. To start with it can be used as a Bluetooth headphone and even a wired headset with the use of a supplied cord. It has got a micro SD card slot as well, so you just need to load your micro SD card with songs and music that you want to listen and you are good to go; so it eliminates the need of another music device like phone or tablet. Moreover, you don’t need to remove the micro SD card to load it with songs; just plug it into a PC using the supplied connector (you can use any regular micro USB to full USB connector too) to transfer your music from PC to this headphone.

Besides, ZB BHP110L has FM radio as well. Just tune it once and you are good to go. Since it comes with Bluetooth functionality, you can anyway connect it to a Bluetooth device to enjoy music as well.

The Zoook ZB BHP110L has a 400 mAh Li-Polymer battery of its own which, according to the company, gets charged within 4 hours and provides 6 hours of play time, or 10 hours of talktime, or 100 hours of standby.

Now let’s look at its design and performance part.

Design
The Zoook ZB BHP110L looks like many other headphones but its design makes it comfortable to use. To start with, it has got an adjustable head gear. The over-the-ear earpiece is separated from the headband by another multi-directional swivel, providing the needed adjustments.

The right side earpiece harbours an LCD display where you can see various modes – Bluetooth, FM, micro SD card. It has the micro SC card slot, volume rocker, micro USB port and the auxiliary port. The volume rocker is also meant to change the tracks and modes. An LED indicator is also there that informs you about the FM radio and Bluetooth related status. The left side earpiece has the power button, a call receiving/rejecting button, and an LED indicator.

As far as looks goes, the Zoook ZB BHP110L does not disappoint either. The headphone comes in black colour but Zoook has wisely provided blood red colour stripes around the cushions and in the head gear that not only break the monotony but also enhances its look by multifold. The black cushions look does not look cheap and are quite comfortable; no matter how long you use, it won’t strain your ears.

The headphone look quite sturdy but the absence of a proper travel charger makes it difficult to carry it around. If you keep it in your bag along with your other stuff without any covering, there may be a chance to damage its body or the cushions.

Performance
Due to so many options, you may feel a bit odd to use it. Hence you should first read its manual thoroughly as it contains all the vital elements. Playing music via TF card is the most easiest option. Just connect the headphone with the PC and load it with your album. Then using the volume rocker, choose the TF card option (it will be displayed in the LCD display). Once done, it will start playing songs from the SD card. To change to the next track you have to short press the volume rocker towards the forward icon; a short press towards the backward icon will play the previous icon will play the previous song. To increase the volume, you have to press and hold the rocker towards the forward sign; similarly press and hold the volume rocker towards the previous sign to decrease the volume.

Connecting to Bluetooth devices is also quite easy. Note that this device is by default switch on with Bluetooth mode. If you are using the TF card mode it will start with TF mode itself. As per Zoook, you need to press and hold the Play/Pause button to activate Bluetooth mode from TF mode but that seldom happens and the device jumps from FM radio to TF mode. The search for devices from your phone/tablet; this headphone will be shown by the name – Zoook ZB BHP110L. Select it and click OK on your mobile phone. If password is needed then input 0000. The device will indicate with the green light flashing for 3-5 seconds until the connection is successful.

In the same way you can connect to the FM radio. But in FM radio mode, to change volume you have to press and hold the pause button while to change frequency short press the volume rocker towards the forward/backward icon. When you first get into the FM radio mode a short press of play/pause button will let the headphone to search the frequencies.

Though it sounds easy, it is quite difficult to change frequencies and volume in the FM radio mode as the volume rocker is relatively tiny (especially for those with fat fingers). Also you need to practice a lot before you could master the control. Also, the phone does not properly search for the frequencies.

As far as battery back up is concerned, we have no differences with the official claim. It does provide about 5-6 hours of playback and it does able to hold on to charge for about 3 days comfortably. The headphone also have no issues whatsoever when it comes to Bluetooth connectivity.
However, the headphone lacks the essential bass levels which thus results in a little bit below par experience. Slightly better bass levels would have made this an awesome device.

Conclusion
The Zoook ZB BHP110L is no doubt is the best headphone in the market (at its current price of around Rs 2,600) as it provides ample features including FM radio, TF card, and Bluetooth. It has got its own battery which too offers decent back up. The headphone has an attractive design as well.
Zoook ZB BHP110L
A slightly better bass level and a less clumsy volume rocker would have made this irresistible. Zoook should have thus armed it with a separate button to change tracks/frequencies/modes.

Noise Cancelling Headset With Mic

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Although I am a music performer, my contact with headset mics in actual fact commenced with my passion as a game player.
The headset microphone, in reality, is not really in general utilised in rock ‘n roll music performance. A lot of people don’t seriously believe in them. To start with, they just don’t appear that cool to many men and women. Second of all, everyone is familiar with hefty, substantive microphones.

A lot of people don’t believe that a tiny microphone like that is going to do anything.

However, when I got a new modest gamer microphone head set, I was genuinely impressed with the quality of the sound. That modest headset mike had a loads of clarity, and even though it really didn’t have enough physical structure to function as a vocal microphone for any professional music performer, it forced me to be curious about higher-quality headsets.

I traveled to an area music retail store and used quite a few headset mics. I was seriously blown away. What really snagged my interest were the noise reducing headphones. I made the decision to go for broke and buy a cordless microphone that I could use for performing.

Because of this, I could move all over as well as sing on stage without being concerned regarding tangling wires as well as the loss of the audio.
I was a bit apprehensive that I could have challenges attempting to keep the wireless headset mike positioned, but I need not have been. The whole thing ended up great. Headset mics are normally pretty well fashioned ergonomically. Should you have a chance to try one on before you decide upon it, remember to boogie around a little bit.
Get animated. If they fit you properly, they ought to remain practically fully in place. Mine provided excellent sound quality throughout my whole show.

I had no problem in any way with it slipping, and got some of the best vocal miking I had ever experienced. And I needn’t have stressed about that head set microphone looking funny there. It was actually hardly observable. While a noise cancelling headset isn’t the most suitable option pertaining to shows, I adore my set when I am simply travelling or chilling.

One determination about bluetooth headset mics that I had not considered was whether or not to acquire one with earphones or not. I figured that I didn’t really need headphones to perform songs and, from a technical perspective, I actually did not. I got none. Nevertheless, when I picked up another head set microphone, I was totally surprised by the options.

Instead of using a monitor, I could listen to everything directly in the headphones. Not merely did this lower the amount of gear I needed to have with me, but it allowed me to get a sharper image of what our show sounded like. Plus it was much less expensive!

A few sets of nice earphones are cheaper when compared to a few monitors for the group.

mototrbo iMPROVE PERFORMANCE IN YOUR CREWS AND YOUR COMMUNITY

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Whether you’re a streets and sanitation worker on a snowplow or a parks and recreation crew on a maintenance call, citizens expect a certain level of performance. They want timely response and quick resolutions. How do you meet their expectations and manage an extensive field force throughout your community?

From centralised dispatch to seasonal crews, instant dispatch and unbroken communication are essential to managing your fleet, so you need a system that is 24/7/365 reliable wherever they go. A system so efficient and easy to use, it can increase safety and reduce operating costs, too.
The Challenge

Serving the public with critical services such as mass transit, public works, streets and sanitation, and parks and recreation have become even more challenging for local government today.
Despite budget cuts, citizens and businesses still expect the same commitment and quality.

How do you increase your services to in the community as budgets shrink and costs rise? How do you keep connected with work teams spread throughout the community while keeping them safe?

The Solution

Versatile and powerful, MOTOTRBO is the ideal solution.

Our professional digital communication system combines the best of two-way radio functionality with the latest digital technology. It integrates voice and data seamlessly, offers enhanced features that are easy to use and delivers twice the capacity of analogue systems to meet your growing communication needs. With exceptional voice quality and long battery life, MOTOTRBO keeps your mobile workers connected when communication is a must.

Our new MOTOTRBO DP4000 Series and DP2000 Series radios offer a smart new feature in digital mode – Intelligent Audio – that adjusts radio volume to fit an environment’s noise level. This means the radio
automatically boosts the volume level when the streets and sanitation crew is making roadway repairs in a busy metro area, then automatically reduces the volume when the noise level from equipment and cars is not present

Your employees are active across the community – maintaining infrastructure, reading water meters, repairing potholes and responding to customer requests. Fortunately, MOTOTRBO digital two-way radios and accessories make it possible for your supervisors and dispatchers to keep in touch with your entire mobile workforce, the moment they need to. Whether texting an update to a maintenance crew or rerouting buses to handle an overflow crowd, MOTOTRBO helps you deliver more services, more effectively, to more citizens.

DIRECTORS AND SUPERVISORS CAN STREAMLINE PROCESSES. AND STRENGTHEN PRODUCTIVITY.

Communicate clearly with exceptional audio.

Using the latest digital technology, MOTOTRBO provides clearer and crisper voice communications over a wider area than analogue radios could ever do. Unlike analogue, signal strength doesn’t drop off with distance or cause distracting static. MOTOTRBO digital radios deliver both voice and data with greater accuracy and virtually no loss throughout the coverage area. The result is clear communications with your workers no matter where they are in the field.

Prioritise communication immediately.

Emergencies do happen and you need to communicate with your workers when they do. MOTOTRBO’s transmit interrupt suite – with voice interrupt, emergency voice interrupt and data over voice interrupt – enables you to prioritise critical communication the moment you need it.

Share information quickly, easily and seamlessly.

Whether you need to send directions to the next work site or receive notification a job is complete, MOTOTRBO’s text messaging feature enables communication between radios
and dispatch systems, between radios and email-addressable devices, and to remote PC clients attached to radios.

Keep connected with your workers in the field.

Be confident your agency is staying productive and your workers are safe. Using software from a Motorola Solutions Application Development Partner and MOTOTRBO’s integrated GPS gives you easy, immediate access to track your people and your assets.

Extend coverage and expand capacity.

Meet your communication needs today and in the future with a variety of MOTOTRBO solutions:

• IP Site Connect uses a standard IP network to extend the voice and data capabilities of MOTOTRBO. You can link up to 15 sites to create a continuous network – so no matter where your work crews are on the road or how remote the environment, they are rapidly and reliably connected. Or you can link up to 15 sites for communication at geographically-dispersed locations or enhance coverage at a single site with physical barriers.

• Capacity Plus is the single site digital trunking solution that maximises the capacity of your MOTOTRBO system. Use it to enable a high volume of voice and data communication for over a thousand users at a single site, without adding new frequencies.

• Linked Capacity Plus is a multisite digital trunking system configuration for the MOTOTRBO platform. It leverages the high capacity of Capacity Plus, and the wide area coverage capabilities of IP Site Connect to keep your staff at various locations connected with an affordable high capacity, wide area trunking solution.

• Connect Plus is the scalable, multi-site digital trunking solution that helps keep your entire workforce connected
– up to 2900 radios per site. So whether they’re on road repair, snow removal, waste removal or park maintenance, they can communicate together. At the same time, you can link multiple sites, ideal for agencies with large work teams that typically operate across a wide area.

With our high capacity MOTOTRBO system, calls can be queued during busy times until an open channel is
available, important users can be assigned priority status when the system is in high demand, and a wire-line console can be used for centralised dispatch. The dynamic site roaming capability lets your people move from site to site without having to manually change channels. So they stay focused on the job and stay connected.

With our complete line of audio accessories with leading-edge IMPRES™ audio technology, your workers can wear headsets to further suppress ambient noise, improve voice intelligibility and amplify loudness. Now you can be confident they’ll clearly hear the message and not miss a call.

Text when talking isn’t practical.

Make sure workers can quickly and easily share information when voice communication isn’t an option. Text messaging is ideal for sending messages that don’t need an immediate response, or when voice calls are disrupting to employees on the road. MOTOTRBO™ streamlines time and improves safety with effortless text messaging.

Work longer shifts with long-lasting batteries.

Responding to a water main break or road obstructions after a storm requires a long shift. And your workers require communication equipment that will work the entire time. MOTOTRBO offers enhanced battery life to do just that. Our digital TDMA two-way portable radios operate longer – up to 40% longer between recharges compared to analogue radios.

Our leading-edge IMPRES smart energy technology allows communication between the battery and the charger to automate battery maintenance. The result is radios are charged and ready to go the moment they’re needed.

Work harder with radios that can take it.

Your workers operate in harsh weather and tough environments and two-way radios need to be tough-as-nails. MOTOTRBO radios meet the most demanding specifications including IP57 for submersibility in water (portable models), and U.S. Military Standard 810 C, D, E, F and G.

MOTOTRBO RELIABILITY AND SECURITY

Exceptionally clear audio, even in loud environments Access data, such as text messages, when it’s convenient and safe Water submersible, tough-as-nails radios Extended battery life for long work shifts Hands-free accessories keep them focused on the job and on the road MOTOTRBO PROVIDES THE RIGHT SOLUTION FOR THE RIGHT USER
• For security personnel in courts and other government facilities, DP4000 Series portables, combined with accessories such as a 2-wire surveillance kit, provide a safe, reliable communications solution.

Software applications such as man down enhance safety by automatically notifying dispatch when the radio moves into a horizontal position or when movement is not detected for a period of time when on a patrol, so the radio can call for help when personnel can’t.

• For the public works or streets and sanitation teams, DM4000 Series mobile radios provide a rugged and durable solution. Intelligent Audio ensures important calls are not missed when moving from quiet to loud locations, and GPS location tracking improves safety and efficiency by better coordinating work teams.
Available Bluetooth® accessories allow drivers to stay in communication, even when they leave the vehicle.

Enhance safety with leading-edge accessories. IMPRES accessories help block out vehicle noise so transmissions get through clearly. We offer a full portfolio – from visor microphones for hands-free operation to keypad microphones to transmit text messages back to dispatch. Heavy duty headsets provide improved audio and hearing protection in extremely noisy environments. Desktop microphones and tray with speaker let dispatch set up a mobile radio as a control station to quickly communicate with drivers.

VOIS, Inc Mobile EEG Headset Update

VOIS, Inc. Mobile EEG Headset Update
So i found this short article on the internet and i heard that just posting it like a whole piece isn’t the best thing, I got consent from the original writer and read up the way to curate articles, so this is it…….i thought this was interesting as it highlights some of the highs and lows that I encountered when i was working inside the industry.

VOIS, Inc. (OTCQB- VOIS), is providing an update on the developments of the Company’s mobile EEG headset. The Company has completed the working prototype and tested the device on several ANDROID models. The tests provided positive results as it relates to communicating with the devices, as well as receiving the EEG signals from the brain. The product is now patent pending, with all necessary filings submitted and recorded at the USPTO.

The next step in the development process is to have the software operating system completed. Also known as the SDK, the software inside the device will be developed with specific uses in mind, such as receiving feedback from the brain while listening to different forms of music or the ability to read concentration levels while playing a specific sport such as golf. The headset technology being developed will be compatible for the mobile market; allowing users to be away from the stationary PC and operate thought controlled applications anywhere they choose.

Prior to manufacturing and launching the product, the Company will implement the design of the device. The final consumer product will be uniquely designed with a stealth-like appearance, so that it is hardly noticed when being worn. Photos of the raw prototype and a concept rendition of the final product can be viewed at http://mindsolutionscorp.com/product-updates . The Company will need to raise sufficient capital to finalize the development of the product prior to launching.

Safe Harbor Statement
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