Shared November 7, 2011
The AirTurn BT-105 hands free wireless page turner is now compatible with Android Tablets that have Bluetooth keyboard capabilities. The first Android app that takes advantage of the AirTurn BT-105 wireless page turning capabilities is EBookDroid, which can read PDF files, along with a number of other file formats (DjVu, OpenXPS, and CBZ and CBR for comics).
In this video, AirTurn co-founder Hugh Sung gives a brief demonstration of EBookDroid's PDF-reading capabilities running on a Motorola Xoom Tablet, in addition to demonstrating how to connect and pair the Android tablet with the AirTurn BT-105.
For more information on the AirTurn line of hands free wireless page turners, please visit http://airturn.com
You can download EBookDroid for free within the Android App market, or go directly to the developer's website at http://code.google.com/p/ebookdroid/
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