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/
Microsoft word tutorial |How to insert images into word document table
Programming in Visual Basic .Net How to Connect Access Database to VB.Net
Review of the AirTurn BT-105 and Comparison to PageFlip Cicada
How to Install and Configure zebra barcode printer
Top 10 Best Tablets You Can Buy in 2019
Best Way to Store an Extension Cord
The basics on a Speed square
I Bought an INFLATABLE Paint Spray Booth from China!
Airturn BT 105 Follow Up - Boss FS5U Pedals.. A Guitar Players Dream
Why is a Carpenter's Pencil Flat? And Other Stuff
EZ PDF Reader Pro on Nexus 7 Tablet
How to Solder Wires Together (Best tips and tricks)