Tag Archives: BlackBerry Music Gateway
12:47 pm on Jun 5, 2012 |
Father’s Day is just around the corner, June 17 to be exact, and that means it’s time to decide what to get day this year. Sure, you could go the traditional route and get him a tie or shirt, but wouldn’t your old man love it even more if you got him something he could really use and enjoy? That’s exactly why we have created TheBerryFix Father’s Day Gift Guide! Whether you’re looking to get dad a new case, headset, or even a new BlackBerry, follow us past the break for some of our favorite gifts for Father’s Day 2012.
5:20 pm on Jun 4, 2012 |
I just got my hands on the completely redesigned BlackBerry Music Gateway that RIM released last week and I am pretty excited about this accessory. I’ve only just unboxed it and had a few minutes to play with the gateway, but I’m very impressed. RIM includes everything you’ll need right in the box and setting it up is a snap. You just plug in the power cord and then plug the gateway into your TV, sound system, speakers, etc. and you’re ready to go. The NFC tap-to-connect is a flawless new feature and NFC-enabled BlackBerry owners are going to love this. Take a look at the video above to see the BlackBerry Music Gateway and watch TheBerryFix early next week for my full review of this device.
1:09 pm on Jun 1, 2012 |
RIM unveiled the all-new BlackBerry Music Gateway at BlackBerry World 2012 and set its release date for June. Today is June 1st and the BlackBerry Music Gateway is now officially available. Here are some of the great features of this device:
- Simple Connectivity – Using NFC, simply tap your NFC enabled BlackBerry to connect to the BlackBerry Music Gateway, or connect via standard Bluetooth pairing.
- Universal Compatibility – Play music from your BlackBerry smartphone, BlackBerry PlayBook, or any other Bluetooth enabled device. BlackBerry Music Gateway connects to any existing home stereo equipment or car stereo using the RCA or 3.5mm cables included in the box
- Wireless Freedom: Use your device as the remote for complete control of playback, track changes, and volume from up to 30 feet.
- Multitasking: Access other applications or surf the web while playing music. Music automatically pauses when an incoming phone call is received and continues when the call is ended.
You get all these great features for just $49.99. Not only does this gateway work with BlackBerry devices, it will work with any Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone or tablet that supports A2DP. Grab yourself a BlackBerry Music Gateway at ShopBlackBerry.com.
2:19 pm on Apr 30, 2012 |
RIM is set to introduce a product tonight in preparation for BlackBerry World 2012. The product they are introducing is called the BlackBerry Music Gateway and it’ll be officially unveiled tonight at the BlackBerry Solutions Showcase. This product is a totally redesigned version of the currently available BlackBerry Remote Stereo Gateway. The new Music Gateway will work with your BlackBerry Smartphone, PlayBook, and even your other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Here are the features:
- Connections Made Simple – Using NFC, simply tap your NFC enabled BlackBerry to connect to the BlackBerry Music Gateway**, or connect via standard Bluetooth for universal connectivity of any Bluetooth enabled device such as smartphones, tablets and computers
- Enjoy Wireless Freedom - Stream music from your BlackBerry smartphone, BlackBerry PlayBook, or any other Bluetooth enabled device. BlackBerry Music Gateway connects to any existing home stereo equipment or car stereo using the RCA or 3.5mm cables included in the box
- Wireless Remote Control – Use your device as the remote for complete control of playback, track changes, and volume.
- Multitasking – Access other applications or surf the web while playing music. Music automatically pauses when an incoming phone call is received and continues when the call is ended without skipping a beat.
This accessory will go on sale in June and will retail for $49.99. This is just the first of many announcements that will be coming from this year’s BlackBerry World, so keep your browsers here at TheBerryFix for all the latest announcements. You can check out some more photos of the gateway past the break.