iPad and Tubular Wireless Speakers – A Match Made in Heaven #5

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Posted Under (All Products, All Applications, IPEVO, P2V, Tubular) by ipevoblog on 05-21-2010

Here’s the fifth and final installment in our blog series about how Tubular Wireless Speakers and iPad make beautiful music together. Literally.

This entry takes some inspiration from the TechEd convention. Remember TechEd? IPEVO recently had the chance to show educators the Point 2 View USB Camera, and its ability to project documents, math equations, and demonstrations for lessons.

At the convention, there was a ton of buzz about the iPad as well. Because iPad is very portable, and an excellent digital book reader, educators were excited about the notion of leaving their satchel full of heavy textbooks at home, in favor of the very slim iPad loaded with digital books.

The iPad also promises interactivity and media-rich learning, including presentations through the Keynote application. And with a VGA adapter, you can hook the iPad up to a projector and play presentations, videos, photos, and more for a classroom or meeting.

Well, that got our gears turning: you have a lightweight, multimedia device for presenting to a classroom or business meeting. But what about the sound embedded in presentations, or the soundtrack for videos, or the music intended for a photo slideshow? Tubular Wireless Speakers to the rescue!

Fill a (small) bag with iPad, Tubular, and the Point 2 View camera, and you have a full mobile teaching system. We added it up, and all three devices in total weigh less than four pounds! Now that’s portable.

With this teaching trio, you can enter any classroom with a projector and do just about anything. And because Tubular is wireless, you can separate them from iPad to best position the speakers for your students, so they can enjoy stereo sound that’s loud enough for everyone to hear. The tech geek in me is just salivating at all the possibilities.

Our little series has come to an end, but we definitely have not exhausted all the things you can do with Tubular Wireless Speakers and iPad. If we sparked any ideas for your own use of Tubular, or you have any ideas to share, we’d love to hear from you. Thanks, and remember: live out loud!

For more information about Tubular Wireless Speakers, please visit: http://www.ipevo.com/Tubular-Wireless-Speakers_p_75.html.

For more information about Point 2 View USB Camera, please visit: http://www.ipevo.com/Point-2-View-USB-Camera_p_70.html.


Comments posted (4)

I see the ipevo SO-10 is no longer available. Are you guys dropping development of desktop-style phones in favor of portable wifi models or are you brainstorming the next generation of SO-10?

Hello Zac,

Due to various reasons, we’ve temporarily paused the production of SO-10. If you really have the need of a Skype phone without computer perhaps you can try our SO-20 wifi Skype phone?

As for the next generation Skype phone, we are observing the new features and updates Skype plans to implement into the software, but so far we don’t have an on going plan of it though.

@Jeff,
Hey, I know this is fairly unrelated to the IPEVO tubular wireless speakers, but I’ve tried contacting your email multiple times to no avail. I was just curious if I could review some of your products on one of my Youtube channels, TechTeenager or TechTeenagerTV. Please contact me as soon as you receive this comment so we can talk, even if you don’t think it is a good idea. Thanks,
Matt

Hello Tech Teenager,

To be honest with you, I have no right to decide over sending out review units or not. But out of personal curiosity I’ve searched the channel on YouTube. Though I can’t say it is the best reviews I’ve ever seen, I do like the fact that there is HD options. It is usually nice to check out the gadgets in HD 🙂

I will pass your request on to the related dept, but I can’t promise anything though.

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