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Turn your iPad into piano teacher with ION PIANO APPRENTICE

Posted: 01 Nov 2011 03:56 AM PDT

As we all know, iPad is one amazing device that can do variety of things, and that might be perfect for you, especially if you want to learn how to play a piano.
Learning how to play an instrument usually requires a tutor, but if you cannot afford one, and you happen to have an iPad, you could try the latest iPad accessory called ION PIANO APPRENTICE. This accessory consists of a small piano keyboard with an iPad dock, and all that you have to do in order to learn how to play a piano is to plug your iPad in, load up the app, and follow the onscreen instructions and tutorials. All tutorials are performed by award-winning piano instructor Scott Houston, but in order to help you with the learning process, the keyboard itself will light up keys that you need to press on the keyboard. And after you're done with the learning process, you can use PIANO APPRENTICE with apps such as GarageBand and any other app that users CoreMIDI.

ION PIANO APPRENTICE comes with batteries and features built-in speakers, and as for the price, this accessory costs $99.99.

[via Ubergizmo]


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Latest gadgets: Adidas Speed Cell keeps track of your workouts

Posted: 31 Oct 2011 03:51 PM PDT

Adidas launched a new piece of equipment called the Speed Cell which attach’s to your shoe to keep track of your workouts or fitness level. Nike has a similar device, which is most likely why Adidas also now has a device targeting the same thing. The Adidas Speed Cell keeps track of your foot speed, acceleration, and distance traveled. It has the ability to work with running and multiple sports. Unlike Nike’s device which is more targeted on running, the Speed Cell targets many different sports.

The device acts like a personal trainer telling you how you are doing and you can determine how hard you’re working out by the stats the Speed Cell shows. Athletes will be able to use the Adidas Speed cell to track other unique stats like: average speed, maximum speed, number of sprints, distance at high intensity, steps and strides. The memory inside can store up to 7 hours and can wirelessly transfer the data to your Smart phone or computer. It’ll be available December 1st for $70.

[via Engadget]

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SteriPEN Freedom: Portable UV water purifier

Posted: 31 Oct 2011 11:55 AM PDT

Drinking pure and clean water is important, and this is why we have water purifiers, but if you're always on the go, you might be interested in a compact SteriPEN Freedom water purifier.

SteriPEN Freedom is a portable UV water purifier that can produce drinking water by removing 99% of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa. As for the usage, this water purifier is straightforward to use, and all you have to do is to remove the lamp cover, immerse the UV lamp in a glass of water and steer it for 48 seconds. SteriPEN Freedom comes with built-in rechargeable battery that can be charged via USB port, AC adapter, or even a compatible solar charger. We also have to mention that this device measures 5.1-inch x 1.4-inch x 0.8-inch and it weighs only 74 grams.

SteriPEN Freedom is both small and lightweight, and that makes it perfect for you, especially if you travel a lot. This compact UV purifier is priced at $119.95.

[via TechFresh]

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Jolicloud – the actual cloud, Joli OS now open source

Posted: 31 Oct 2011 08:31 AM PDT

The Jolicloud started back in 2010 as an underground project, but they have made a lot of progress on it. The company behind Jolicloud have been working hard on the Joli OS, and now we hear about the “Jolicloud platform”.

In the next upcoming update of the Joli OS, it will have the “personal cloud”, which allows users to access information from their iPhone, Android Phone, tablet and your computer or anything connected with the Joli OS cloud. These are some major upgrades since last year where we just saw the Joli OS starting out and being demonstrated. It’s quickly becoming a popular underground operating system.

The owners behind Jolicloud have also made the Joli OS open source for any users who want to try it out to give it a whirl. You can visit JoliCloud’s website and signup for the beta to get your copy of the OS.

[via Engadget]

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