iPod & Music Players

Free Electronic Recycling offered at Staples Stores Nationwide

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(Best Syndication News) - Everyone has had a piece of electronic equipment fry out on them, and then wonder what to do with it. Instead of stacking up an electronic graveyard in the garage to collect dust, consumers can bring it to a Staples store nationwide to get it recycled for free.

Staples accept all brands of office electronics for recycling and they do not require that they were purchased from them. The electronics that Staples will take are desktop PCs, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, external hard drives, and small servers. They will also take computer printers, desktop copiers, faxes, and all-in-one printer/fax/copier equipment. Peripherals such as computer mice, keyboards, modems, routers, networking devices, and PC speakers are also taken for recycling. Paper shredders, streaming devices, landline phones, and battery backups are taken. Finally, they also will take mobile phones, GPS equipment, MP3 players, digital camcorders, and digital cameras.

Celebrities Galore at 2012 International CES

CES 2011 tradeshow floor - credit: CESWeb.org

(Best Syndication News) - This year, many celebrities will be at booths to promote products as well as to entertain attendees during the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that is being held January 10 – 13 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite the hype of the celebrity appearances, the tradeshow remains an important event for electronic companies to announce new consumer products. The 2012 CES tradeshow is for business professionals that are involved in consumer electronic products.

Singer Justin Bieber will be at the 2012 CES show to help unveil the new TOSY entertainment Robot from TOSY Robotics. The booth is at the Robotics TechZone at the LVCC South Hall at booth numbers #21964, 21968, 22064, 22066 and 22068. The presentation with Justin Bieber is scheduled for January 11, between 1 – 3 pm.

Logitech unveils new Tablet Accessories – Wireless Headset and Boombox Speakers

Logitech Wireless Headset for iPad - credit: Logitech

(Best Syndication News) - Logitech is adding two new tablet accessories to their product lineup. Today, the company unveiled the Logitech Wireless Headset and the Logitech Wireless Boombox. The wireless accessories are designed to work with the Apple iPad or Android tablets.

The Logitech Wireless Headset uses Bluetooth® technology to connect to electronic devices. The headset comes with a rechargeable battery that lasts around six-hours. The time could be less depending on the user. The microphone on the headset has background-noise cancelling for clearer communication. The headset folds, which makes it more compact for traveling. Logitech has the headset available now and the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $69.99.

Target expands Electronics Trade-in Program

Target Store - credit: Target

(Best Syndication News) - Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) announced that they will be expanding their electronic trade-in program to include more items and will be available at 1490 stores that have Target Mobile centers in them.

The new product categories accepted for trade-in now include calculators, DVDs, iPods, iPads, iPHones, cellphones, Nintendo DS units, and video games.

Trade-in value is then assessed at the store per each transaction. Target will determine the condition of each item that is wanted to be traded in. The person trading in the electronics will then get a prepaid Target card for the trade-in value of the item. The Target card can go pay for the next shopping trip at the store.

Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader now Available

screenshot Amazon makes Kindle Cloud Reader available

(Best Syndication News) - Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced the new Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader app that will allow customers to purchase books and be able to access them from any supported device. Kindle Books can be read on many platforms such as the Kindle Readers, Apple iPads, Apple iPhones, and PC and Mac computers.

The Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader is supported on the Google Chrome or Apple Safari browsers currently. You can get the app at www.amazon.com/cloudreader. The new app will eventually be made available for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and the BlackBerry PlayBook Internet Browsers. They will add support to other mobile devices over the next few months.

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