The Strange "Q-bean" Wireless Contraption

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notvaliduser

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Wireless seems to be the word of the day lately, and the number of manufacturers launching all sorts of devices with wireless capabilities is constantly increasing. Some of these things might be quite useful to some extent, but there are also some gadgets that offer so much that seem too good to be true. And that's exactly the type of device I'm going to show you as follows, since the Q-bean from LTB Audio Systems claims to offer just about anything you might think of, from digital CD-quality audio to a built in microphone for speech and remote tracking features for Windows users.

Thus, it seems that the Q-bean system will allow a wireless two link to personal computers, enabling the users to take advantage of such features as VOIP telephony, speech recognition and speech to text functions, but also
music and movie playback. The device is formed out of 2 main parts: a 2.4GHz digital radio transmitter (called USB Puck) that connects to a system's USB ports and provides non-compressed streaming audio, and a powerful receiver, capable of receiving the signals even through walls and ceilings. This receiver is actually the core of the whole Q-bean system, since it integrates a microphone jack for voice communications anywhere within 30 meters of the transmitter, Windows Media player remote functions, as well as a powerful antenna with GSFK modulation.

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