Sunday, January 17, 2010

Apple iPod nano 8 GB Pink (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Do not get my wrong. I have loved Apple iPods for many years now, and my iPhone is a great part of my life. However, I have started to wonder what else will be added to the traditional iPods, to keep them fresh. Have they reached the limit of necessary features?

Despite my reservations, watching the Apple keynote of this new product has led me to head down to the Apple store and pick up a 16 GB 5th Generation iPod Nano, to add to my "collection."

First reactions? This Nano appears just as sleek and beautiful as the commendable 4th generation Nano. In fact, at first glance, you would not think must different about the newer version. I quickly tried out the recording of video. This was average. It is nice, if you carry your Nano everywhere, to have the ability to take video. Cool. When played back on the Nano, the video looks pretty good. It's average, when played back on your computer. Again, far from bad, but in the age where digital cameras have some great movie modes, you have to simply call the iPod Nano video average, but most of all convenient. Fun too.

Personally, I have found myself most interested in the new Pedometer built into the Nano. It can keep track of your steps during the day, if you keep the device on you all day. I think this could push me to be more active. Again, is this feature really necessary in an iPod? I'm not sure, but keep in mind that this product is popular among fitness gurus for its portability, almost feather-like weight, and solid state memory.

Finally, in a pinch, to listen to a sporting event or particular talk radio show, the new nano includes a FM Turner. Blah you might say? Yes, that is not particularly exciting, BUT the Nano adds one cool feature to FM Radio. You can "pause," the radio up to 15 minutes, such as you might do with the DVR connected to your television. It works flawlessly. Before one asks, no, you cannot schedule radio recordings. Still, the new nano will make FM radio a bit more modern, with this pause function.

Overall, it does seem as though Apple is not quite sure how to keep adding features that are truly remarkable to the iPod Nano. The Nano is the best selling MP3 player in the history of the planet, more sold than any other iPod to date. However, the Nano's best features continue to be its size, ability to sync great content from your iTunes library, portability, and great user interface. The click wheel continues to make finding your music and videos relatively easy. Again, the Nano is superb, but the new features are probably a bit specific on if they will be useful to you or not.

The updated nano is that bit more advanced with a few new features, particularly for many the ability to record a quick video, easily, will be attractive. However, if you have the last generation Nano, I would not worry about upgrading too soon, unless having the absolute latest device and new "features," are important to you. Fantastic device, but not much different than before.

Apple iPod classic 160 GB Black (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

The new 160GB iPod Classic is easily Apple Inc.'s best iPod to date, and out of all of the iPods that I own, this is my favorite.

First, the capacity of this iPod is simply unbeatable. I've yet to see another portable media player that can match the iPod Classic in capacity. I have a huge music library, and it's nice to be able to carry every song that I own on my person at all times. What's more, thanks to the iPod Classic's capacity, I also have room to carry a few videos with me, and some of my photos. If you don't like having to pick which songs to load onto your portable media player, the iPod Classic is the way to go.

The second thing that I love about this iPod can be summed up in two words: it works. The 160GB iPod Classic that was introduced in 2007 was extremely buggy, had a non-responsive Clickwheel on many units, crashed frequently, and required a hit-and-miss firmware update to stop the hard drive from spinning even when the device was "off," which often lead to dead batteries. All of these problems left the 2007 160GB iPod Classic warming shelves and earning it the infamous "honor" of being the "worst selling iPod ever," according to Apple. I'm pleased to say that the new 160GB iPod Classic released earlier this month has virtually none of these problems. There's no "spinning hard drive bug," the Clickwheel is incredibly responsive, and the device isn't crash-prone. While it's true that many of these issues were fixed with last year's iPod Classic, there hasn't been a truly functional 160GB model until now. To put it bluntly, this is the iPod that Apple should've released in 2007.

Another thing that I really like about this iPod, and the iPod Classic in general, is it's ability to double as an external hard drive. While I believe that the iPod Nano is also capable of this, the only iPod that really has enough space to function as an external hard drive is the iPod Classic. The hard drive functionality admittedly reduces the number of devices I have to carry on me at any given time. If you regularly work with large files and are considering a new iPod, the iPod Classic is the way to go, plain and simple.

So what are the caveats? Well for starters, as with every other iPod Classic, this is a hard-drive (rather than flash-memory) based device. As a result, it has moving parts which make it unsuitable for running or any physical activity that exerts mechanical shock onto the iPod. Unless you exercise constantly with your iPod though, this really shouldn't be an issue. The only other caveat, which is more of personal taste than an actual flaw, that I can find, is that Apple has not made any cosmetic changes to this device since they introduced it in 2007. Now don't get me wrong, the point of an iPod "Classic," is to retain the "Classic" design, but after seeing how much better a black Clickwheel looks on the silver iPod Nano, I'd have thought that Apple would have given the silver iPod Classic a black Clickwheel as well. However, I admit that this is entirely my personal preference and not a "flaw" per se. I've put a quick list of pros and cons together, which can be seen below:

Pros: Largest iPod Capacity-wise, long battery life, "Genius" feature, excellent value for your money, well-built, doubles as an external hard drive, and improvements to Cover Flow.

Cons: Hard Drive (rather than Flash memory) based storage medium; device is cosmetically identical to the 2007 80GB model. (I still don't understand why Apple hasn't colored the Clickwheel black on the silver model to match the iPod Nano.)

Finally, I would highly recommend this product, which is why it gets five stars from me. I don't like the iPod Nano; it's too small for my hands, and the screen is too small for my eyes. While the iPod Touch may have app store access and Wi-Fi, I find it to be a really gimmicky device, that makes for a poor portable media player, (Apple was wise to position it as a handheld game system,) and is really an "iPhone without a phone." In contrast, the iPod Classic is an excellent portable media player, it has an excellent interface, and it only costs $249 dollars. To put things in perspective, the 2009 160GB iPod Classic costs $70 dollars more than a 16GB iPod Nano, and $150 dollars less than a 64GB iPod Touch. All in all, I highly recommend this product.

Apple iPod Nano 5th Generation (with Camera) Transparent Clear Snap On Crystal Plastic Hard Cover Case

When I received my 5th generation Nano, I was scared to touch it. It was so shiny, and extremely small. A little too small, in fact... so I needed a case to not only preserve it but buff it up just a tad.

Thank you so much for the wonderful clear case and FREE screen protector!!! This is an absolutely unbeatable price for the quality and the service. I got my package within one day of your shipping notification. When I opened the package, there was a black Mivizu pouch, like a jewelry pouch, for carring my iPod (you could use this when you put it into your bag for even more protection) as well as a free, high quality screen protector that is made for the 5th generation (fits perfectly) *high quality because there are no bubbles if you apply it correctly, just remember that there are two sides you have to peel off protecting the middle piece which is your protector*, and the clear, no nonsense case. Not only is it just what I wanted/ made for the 5th Generation Nano, I also noticed that there is a loophole on the back if you wanted to add a wrist strap! The screen protector comes sealed in its own package with a lense wipe for cleaning. (I know everyone was complaining about this so I will address it- the reason the entire case is not over the screen is that you would not have the same visibility. The clear case is thin enough so that the color of the body shines through but too thick to go over the screen. With the screen protector, which was included in my order, you get the protection against scratches plus the hard case for the body.)

I don't think I will ever need to get my iPod out of the case, but I have not tried that yet so cannot comment. My SkullCandy headphone jack fits with ample room.

In total, I got 3 items plus fast shipping for 5 dollars. Unbeatable!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Desktop External Hard Drive 34275 Iomega Prestige 1 TB USB 2.0

Amazon offers this unit for less than some big-box stores. Another good reason to buy from Amazon.

Always remember that outfits like iomega, LaCie, Fantom and others are packagers, not hard drive manufacturers. There are only a few hard drive manufacturers and all of them turn out good products. This does not mean that hard drives don't fail - they do and anyone who keeps only one copy of critical data is a fool.

The units I purchased both had current models of Seagate Barracuda drives installed: excellent devices. Right now, the drives themselves from some sources cost only a few dollars less than the iomega unit, so you are getting the external housing for just a few dollars.
The housing has a power switch, very nice at a time when other manufacturers are eliminating such "frills" and a white activity light on the side, which strikes me as a strange place for it. Since the housing has no fan, there is no fan noise. The noise from the drive itself should be imperceptible. (If it isn't, return the unit immediately.)The housing remains cool to the touch in use.

The unit size is nice and a plastic base is included for those who prefer a vertical mounting.

A power supply and USB cable round out the package.

One of the very nice aspects of this unit is that there is no software installed on the drive - nor is any included in the box. Yea! The drive comes NTFS formatted and, for use with an Apple Macintosh, must be reformatted.

Overall, a very nice value.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

ASUS UL30A-X5 Thin and Light 13.3-Inch Black Laptop - 12 Hours of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)

Discharge yourself by power cords and begin exploring with up to an astonishing 12 hours of all-day battery life with the ASUS UL30A-X5, cheers to its hyper- Low Voltage (ULV) Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 central processing unit and 13.3-inch LED-backlit display, which aggregates vivacious visuals with boosted energy efficiency. This fashionable, ultra-portable notebook boasts a brushed aluminum lid that not only looks glorious, but also assists in conserving its fashionable exterior day-to-day. The UL30A also features a multi-gesture touchpad, which enables you to intuitively zoom in or out of pictures via pinching, or navigate up and down pages by sliding your finger.
Pre-installed with the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium OS (64-bit version), you will be able to easily make a home network and share all of your deary photographs, videos, and music. Windows 7 is the easiest, fastest, and most piquant version of Windows yet. Best way to find and manage files, like bound Lists and bettered taskbar previews, help you accelerate through daily tasks. Windows 7 is configured for firmer and more dependable performance, so your personal computer just works the way you want it to.

Feel FastBoot, the singular performance boost for Windows 7 made expected by ASUS's close partnership with Microsoft. With ASUS scoop FastBoot technology, this Windows 7-enabled ASUS notebook commences in a staggering 30 seconds.
Compact and under 1-inch thin, you'll be able to fit the UL30A almost anywhere--freeing space for books, files, or whatsoever else you need to enjoy a spacious workspace. The UL30A includes Altec Lansing speakers plus SRS surround for a virtual home theater experience on the go, also as an HDMI port for connecting to an HDTV at home. You'll be able to store all of your favorite applications, most important documents, and large video and audio libraries with the generous 500 GB hard drive. Other features include 4 GB of DDR3 RAM (maximum capacity), integrated webcam, Draft-N Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g/n), Intel GMA 4500MHD integrated video graphics, and multi-format memory card reader.  And in addition to a 1 year global warranty, the ASUS UL30A-X5 includes a 1 year Accidental Damage Warranty (ADW).
Just received my Asus UL30A-X5 yesterday. After much review, and a try-out with an Acer 1410, I decided that I wanted a full-sized chiclet/island keyboard and the larger screen. I'm already quite pleased with my decision. At the <$700 price point, this is an excellent notebook.

- Keyboard. A pleasure to type on.
- Touchpad. It drags at first, but once you get some finger oil on it, and change the pointer speed, it's one of the best that I've used. Very smooth two finger scroller. Support for customized two and three finger click.
- Screen. Bright and easy to read at 30 degree angles.
- Battery life. Yes, it will do over 10 hours.
- Weight/size. 1 inch thin and very light.
- Body. Love the brushed black metal look on the case.
- Asus facial recognition login. Didn't think that I would care, but it's nice to have the computer log in, without touch, when I'm sitting in front of it.
- Asus FastBoot (not the BIOS fast boot). This lets you configure which programs load during startup and which load after. Speeds up the boot quite a bit.
- Decent speakers. Not ear-destroying, but suitable for the size. Much better than most netbooks.

- Placement of touchpad. It still registers my palm as I'm typing even at the extreme setting. Downloaded the new touchpad driver, but that didn't fix. Still looking for a solution. This is by far the most frustrating problem. UPDATE: The TouchFreeze utility seems to almost fix the issue.
- Case still shows fingerprints.
- Web cam is low res and has difficulty in low light (haven't tried different drivers yet).

HP Pavilion DV6-1354US 15.6-Inch Black Laptop - Up to 4 Hours of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)


HP Pavilion DV6-1354US 15.6-Inch Black Laptop - Up to 4 Hours of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)

Product Features and Technical Details

Product Features

  • 2.2GHz Intel Core2 Duo T6600 Processor (2MB L2 Cache, 800 MHz FSB)
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM (2 Dimm), Max supported: 8 GB
  • 500 GB (5400RPM) SATA Hard Drive, LightScribe SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with Double Layer Support
  • 15.6" Diagonal High Definition HP LED BrightView Display(1366x768); Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD (shared) with up to 1.6 GB total available graphics memory
  • Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, *Up to 4 Hour of Battery Life
Processor, Memory, and Motherboard
  • Processor: 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • RAM Type: SDRAM
  • Memory Slots: 2
Hard Drive
  • Size: 500 GB
Cases and Expandability
  • Size (LWH): 14.9 inches, 10.15 inches, 1.61 inches
  • Weight: 6.34 pounds

I purchased model DV6-1354US with 500gb hard drive and 6 cell battery. I use this laptop for editing photos with Adobe Photoshop CS4, as well as editing audio with Adobe Audition 2.0.
DV6 Front View
I have a five year old HP laptop running XP and it is still going strong. Despite outsourced Indian phone support, I was able to communicate support issues effectively. I am confident in future hardware performance and support from HP.

Transition from XP to Windows 7 was intuitive. The new taskbar is my favorite improvement. Followed by much better graphic interface and widgets. Some of my XP software causes Windows 7 to turn off Aero mode. I feel that windows has caught up with Apple in terms of graphics and workflow.
DV6 Side View
As far as laptop is concerned, Dave from Portland has a great review comparing the different models available on Amazon. The DV6-1354US is sufficient for me to use Adobe Photoshop and Audition, as well as multitask.

I will never go to a laptop again without a numeric keypad, this was an unexpected plus. I do miss the old HP media controls above the keyboard. They are replaced now by a volume and wireless control. I like that they are no longer buttons but touch sensitive surfaces above the keyboard.

The DV6 is quieter and cooler than my old HP. The power cord is beefier, which was always a problem with my old HP. Although I would prefer a magnetic power cord like Apple offers. Compared to other manufacturers, I would have to say that HP has the best price for great, reliable hardware.

Everything is a wonderful improvement except for the sound. Frequently, friends would ask where the music was coming from when I used my old DV1000. I felt that the sound was very rich for such a small system. I find the DV6 to have a much shallower, smaller sound that finds trouble filling a bedroom. For this reason, I drop the DV6 to four stars.
DV6 Right Side DV6 Left Side
Also, the DV6 doesn't come with recovery disks. You need 3 DVD+R or -R (not RW) disks to create your own.

Overall, I really enjoy this computer, and probably will continue to enjoy it for another 5 to 7 years until RAM is in petabytes and laptops cook dinners. If I had to do it again I would still choose it over an Acer, Asus, Dell, Mac, or Sony.

Toshiba Satellite L505-S5993 TruBrite 15.6-Inch Grey/Black Laptop - 2 Hours 25 Minutes of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)

I bought this machine 2 weeks ago to replace an old personal eMachines laptop, I use an IBM Thinkpad for work. This computer stacks up nicely compared to all the other laptops I've used. First, the screen is very bright and vivid. I love the number pad, it's great not having to hunt and peck for the numbers across the top of the keys. Without a doubt, the memory and RAM are great at this price point. Unfortunately, I didn't get the great deal some others did, but even at $579, it's still a good value. I've already loaded up my iTunes and other applications and it runs smoothly and quickly. It was a breeze to set up.

The only draw back is the touch pad, as others have mentioned. When I bought it, I'd read some reviews that pointed to the frustrations this thing caused, but I figured people were just being picky. They weren't - it stinks. First it's a bit hard to see, but that's not such a big deal. The real issue is the application. I've gone in and adjusted the settings every which way possible, I can't get it to function as I want. I ultimately turned off the tapping function (way too sensitive at every setting) and I'm still not happy. I find myself using the pad and it randomly adjusts the zoom level of the screen. I've no doubt that this issue can be resolved with some setting, but I can't find it.

To summarize, the touchpad is bad enough to take away 1 star, but the pros far outweigh this con, especially if you use an external mouse. Do your research, you probably won't find a machine with this much to offer at a similar price point.

HP Pavilion DV6-1350US 15.6-Inch Espresso Laptop - Up to 4 Hours of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)

Product Features and Technical Details

Product Features

  • 2.2GHz Intel Core2 Duo T6600 Processor (2MB L2 Cache, 800 MHz FSB)
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM (2 Dimm), Max supported 8 GB
  • 320GB (7200RPM) SATA Hard Drive, LightScribe SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with Double Layer Support
  • 15.6" Diagonal High Definition HP LED BrightView Display(1366x768); Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD (shared) with up to 1.6 GB total available graphics memory
  • Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, *Up to 4 Hours of Battery Life
Processor, Memory, and Motherboard
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Processor: 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
  • Number of Processors: 1
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • RAM Type: SDRAM
Hard Drive
  • Size: 320 GB
  • Manufacturer: Portable
  • Type: Serial ATA
Ports and Connectivity
  • Modem: Fax / modem
Cases and Expandability
  • Size (LWH): 10.1 inches, 14.9 inches, 1.3 inches
  • Weight: 6.35 pounds

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 62 people found the following review helpful:
Fully Loaded Laptop at a Great Price, October 27, 2009 by J.Haris
I decided it was time to upgrade my laptop and looked for several weeks for the right combination of price, hard drive, RAM, Bluetooth, battery, numeric keypad, etc. This laptop has it all. I thought my replacement laptop would be a second Mac since I bought a Mac for my wife six months ago. However with Windows 7 getting good reviews and a price one-third of the cost of an "equivalent" Mac, my decision was what PC did I want. The DV6-1350 has all the features I was looking for including the new DDR3 RAM instead of DDR2 and Bluetooth. I also like having the 12 cell battery pack attached. The extra "bump" on the bottom doesn't bother me. Ergonomically the keyboard is great. My last laptop was an HP and I am pleased with the reliability. I am really liking Windows 7 in it's functionality. It starts up almost instantly from sleep mode. This is great laptop at a very good price. 

Sunday, January 3, 2010

HP Compaq Presario CQ61Z Notebook Review

This HP laptop has more useful features than ever. This laptop is specialized in design and presentation. It still needs a very modern technology easy to use this netbook to know. This laptop is good, cheap and reliable. It is an integrated package, you may have e-mail communication or other operations.

Here are some additional features:
• 2 GB of RAM
• 160 GB hard drive
• 15,6-inch display
• 6 Windows Home Premium 64-bit --
• 128 MB of graphics memory
• Weight 8.75 kg
• Manufacturer HP
• Processor speed 2 GHz
• Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Multimedia Card (MMC), SD Card, xD-Picture Card

The product also supports the popularity. The laptops are extremely expensive, but HP has decided to make it much cheaper. It also has all the features of a standard laptop. Many laptops in range of $ 600, while HP has done a lot of purchasers is a great laptop for the production of only the price of an affordable amount 400th With all these features, this notebook has a very high volume. All functions are very useful for the new laptop over and above technology.This maintain their prices until the end of 2009 and perhaps surprised even better value for 2010.

This laptop is probably not the best for gaming or intensive work, but for many of us laymen, it is worth buying. The battery life is very high.

Best Laptops Recommended for Students in 2010

If you are a pupil or student can, you know that money matters. So, if you except when you arrive at work to spend the money wisely for a student. It is in this spirit that we have, but it is good for your wallet and laptop computers are still incomplete, and schools must be packed all the punch list.

Surfing the web the following games and watching movies of some of the regular price and 11 send an e-mail, computers, processing and find the laptop.

Asus UL30A - X5 Black 13.3-cm skin and light notebooks - 12-hour battery life (7 Windows Home Premium)

Notebook Asus X5 UL30A stroll through the cable for free. Computer, 12-hour battery life can take all day and comes to the elements. Features Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Intel Core 2 Du Su7300 processor and a 13.3-inch LED-backlit display, energy efficiency and advanced color images together.

UL30A multi-gesture touchpad functionality and excellent expansion to take pictures or simply difficult to slide your finger up and down the current page. This is a huge hard drive of 500 GB, music and video have high quality, very lightweight and portable charger is a great orator. Laptops are very elegant and sexy and cool again on the keyboard is fixed at $ 700 E

Asus Eee PC 1005HA to understand - PU17 인치 10,1 Netbook - Battery 10.5 hours

Windows 7 students laptops comes with Netbook ideal for travel. Larger than its predecessor, has a storage capacity. Best of all, 10.5-hours to live battery to bear the burden Eee PC 1005HA for mobile computers - PU17

Netbook Asus Eee PC Built-in wireless Wi - Fi and Bluetooth 802.11bl/g/gt you can stay connected wherever you are. This category is 667MHzFSB daughter N280 comes with the new processors Intel, fast atom packets. It is designed to work with the content of an ergonomic keyboard. Asus Eee PC functions and mobility, without having to pack many of the genre.

250GB hard drive, you can remove an area of more students for treatment. Where to contact friends and family, regardless of whether they can 0.3MP webcam and digital microphone. Some cost less than $ 400.

Batteries for HP G61 - 320US 15,6 인치 Black / Silver Notebook - up to 4.25 hours

HP is known for making a good product. Featurized, who want to spend a laptop for every student, every day, HP G61 - 320US Notebook PC is ideal for you. And do not compromise the performance of AMD processors and ATI graphics technology oriented.

He was on board, television and movies with Windows 7, Full HD screen, it comes with 15.6 inches. If you already have a good printer, simply connect the box to find the right laptop, printer drivers, download Wi-Fi, is the largest printer and a time to find a minute, a new computer and printing. HP G61 320US which costs about $ 590, and its value.

Acer Aspire One AOD250 - 1165 10.1-inch Netbook blue - 3-hour battery life

In the Acer Aspire is a powerful product. The integrated Intel Graphics Accelerator 950 "Medica", 1 천 24 메가 바이트 channel DDR2 SDRAM memory and A160-GB hard disk. Size and weight conversions are ideal for students. Acer wanted to surf the Internet, notes, tasks and documents is not enough memory and disk space. This 10.1-inch screen, built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 InviLink Acer Crystal Eye webcam, 3 USB ports, and comes with a 3-cell lithium-ion batteries. Your price $ 289th Netbook

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Connecting I-Pod Touch with Bluetooth Speakers

Support Bluetooth speakers iPod touch is now a reality. If the second-generation Apple iPod touch platform will be replaced by one of the chips used in Wi-Fi, which supports Bluetooth connections. Out of the box Apple Bluetooth is not enabled. Release of OS 3.0, Bluetooth chip allows you to use Bluetooth headphones or speakers.

The second generation iPod Touch was released on September 9, 2009. The second generation iPod Touch with OS 2.1.1 source. Currently, the latest operating system version 3.1.2. Small cost (currently about five dollars), which will be updated to handle the latest and greatest operating system release. Plus many other features with the latest version of the Bluetooth profiles A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile is a Bluetooth profile that allows wireless transmission of stereo sound.) Enabled.

There are several things to check before you fumble to connect to a Bluetooth wireless headset or speakerphone. First, check the serial number and the apple site to see who is really the second generation or more connections. After verifying that you have the necessary hardware, check the correct software version. To determine the version of the software before you press the Settings icon, then select the General tab, and then click to see the version number. You need at least version 3.0 can be combined with Bluetooth stereo speakers. If you do not have the latest version 3.1.2 I recommend to upgrade (at the time of this writing is the latest version of iTunes and you can buy around $ 5).

If you believe that the iPod is capable and software, it's time to connect a Bluetooth speaker. Follow the instructions that come with a headset or car kit to enable individuals to identify or search for other Bluetooth devices. This may include entering a password or PIN. Select Settings> General> Bluetooth and enable Bluetooth. Community, will search for Bluetooth devices nearby. Select Bluetooth speakers. Connections can be asked to enter a key or PIN. Instructions that come with wireless speakers should include this information.

Now the wireless connection to connect the speakers is very simple. Make sure the second generation or more connections. Make sure you have the latest versions of the operating system. Turn on Bluetooth and look for speakers or headphones. Enjoy wireless freedom is not something new each time.