Complimentary Sendero GPS Accessories (not sold by Sendero)
Mike May and friends of Sendero have tried one or more of the following products and found them to be useful. For more information on these products, contact the product manufacturer and not Sendero as they are not sold or supported by Sendero. If you have feedback on a product and wish it to be added or deleted from this page, Contact Us. Again, Sendero does not endorse or support these products.
AirDrive FIT Earphones. The earbud rests in front of the ear canal so it does not block environmental sounds. Ideal for hearing audio from your GPS device, Victor Stream or talking ATM. Cost: $15 - 50
AfterShokz Bluez Open Ear Bluetooth Headphones. Unlike conventional Bluetooth headphones and earbuds that use the eardrums to transmit sound, Aftershokz Bluez Bluetooth headphones utilize patent pending bone conduction technology to deliver sound through the listener's cheekbones to the inner ear. This enables anyone using them to make/take phone calls and stay connected to both what they are listening to and the outside world - from warning sounds outdoors while walking or driving to a nearby colleague in an office setting. Cost: $100 - 120
GNS 2000 GPS GLONASS Receiver. GNS GmbH presents the new GNS 2000, an Apple certified high sensitive GPS/GLONASS-Bluetooth-Receiver, which supplies highly accurate position information via Bluetooth to an Apple or other device as well as to many handhelds based on Windows or Android. Cost: $110 - 130
SD/MMC CF adapter. Allows you to plug an SD, SM, MS or MMC card into a BrailleNote PK's compact flash slot
Motorola HF820 hands-free Bluetooth speaker. This unit is approximately 3 inches high by 2 inches wide and resembles a small cell phone with belt clip. Although it is intended for use as a hands-free speaker phone for the car, it works as a wireless speaker for the BrailleNote if you have the appropriate Bluetooth audio dongle/adapter on the BrailleNote. Cost: $62, mWave part number: 3755916.
Following Technology Trends
Mike May attends many general market conferences including the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) since 1984. Mike May ocasionally does product reports for Playback Magazine and other publications. There is also a link to a document where Mike lists household products he finds interesting or particularly useful at the bottom of this list.