Archive for Hello Kitty

Samsung E2210 and Star Hello Kitty edition

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on September 18th, 2009

Samsung E2210 and Star Hello Kitty editionFolks in Belgium will soon be invaded by a new pink menace; the new Samsung E2210 and Star Hello Kitty edition. At that time all of their teen girls will be enslaved into the Hello Kitty cult. The Earth will turn pink as they hold their phones skyward and send the signal that will summon their alien/cat master. And then she will come. God help us all.

The E2210 will retail for $100 and comes in a white and pink theme. The touchscreen-enabled Star comes in a similar color combination, it just has a higher €169 price tag. Specifications and features of both handsets remain the same.

MiNEW A10 Hello Kitty Nettop

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2009

MiNEW A10 Hello Kitty NettopNo offense to teen/tween girls everywhere, but some things just make you want to vomit. One of those things is this the MiNEW A10 Hello Kitty PC. There goes my lunch. It’s the usual assault of pinkness, cuteness and kitty-ness.

Under the hood you won’t find anything special. A netbook with an Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, Intel GMA950 chipset and a 160GB SATA hard drive etc. No word on pricing, but trust us your daughter is going to ask for it.

Hello Kitty MP3 player

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2009

Hello Kitty MP3 playerHello Kitty strikes again. iRiver just unveiled their latest MP3 player in the likeness of the Little furball. As usual with this sort of thing, don’t expect great specs. It’s basically a paperweight that plays music. It features 2GB of storage space, MP3 and WMA support and an integrated FM radio with no display.

It’s available in Japan for about $60 and we hope it stays there. I guess the lame specs show what the Hello Kitty people think of their fans. Just slap a cat face on it and people will buy it.

Limited edition Hello Kitty Sony Ericsson W395

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2009

Limited edition Hello Kitty Sony Ericsson W395Hey look. They’ve slapped Hello Kitty on another object so teen girls and women who never grew up can sicken those around them. This latest device to fall prey to Hello Kitty’s charms is the Sony Ericsson W395.

It’s already available in Hong Kong and the Hello Kitty version has the exact same specs as the standard W395. It just has our favorite world dominating kitty on it and sports a metallic pink color. It will cost you about $200 and a girlly scream of joy.

Hello Kitty iPhone Knockoff

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2009

Hello Kitty iPhone KnockoffThere are two things that China is great at producing, Hello Kitty items and popular knock off gadgets. Well now you can get all of your Hello Kitty branded cellphone knockoffs on a one stop shop that sells them all.

HelloKittyPhones.com sells just about every Hello Kitty cellphone that there is. Even this one that looks a lot like an iPhone. It’s called the Hello Kitty Phone 3G and the price ranges from $89 to $109. So if you love Hello Kitty branded on a knockoff cellphone, you’ll want to visit.

Medion delivers S1211 Hello Kitty mini notebook

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2009

Medion delivers S1211 Hello Kitty mini notebookYep. It’s another Hello Kitty notebook. This Hello Kitty mini laptop is from Medion and will make all of your little girl wishes come true. It features a Hello Kitty mugshot on the outside and another on the keyboard. This one is dubbed the S1211 Medion.

This kitty branded notebook comes with a $578 price tag, in your choice of white or black colors. Some other features include: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, 10” TFT display, Webcam, and wireless connectivity.

Sanrio Hello Kitty digital frame

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2009

Sanrio Hello Kitty digital frameWe’ve seen several interesting digital frames lately, like Viewsonic’s new line for instance. But none as pink and girlly as this Hello Kitty digital frame. Perfect to display those pics of Hello Kitty herself punching young girls, like above.

Sanrio has introduced two new 7” (480×342) picture frames with 6MB of internal memory. The frames also support MP3 and WMA files as well as JPEG and MPEG 1/2 videos. Other accessories with the digi-frame include SD/SDHC, MMC, memory stick and CF reader. The files can be directly accessed via USB from the frame itself.

USB Hello Kitty mouse done in Swarovski crystals

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2009

USB Hello Kitty mouse done in Swarovski crystalsNothing says tacky like an object decked out in Swarovski crystals. It’s double the ewww factor when that object is a mouse made to resemble Hello Kitty. It is so girlly and shiny that it blinds any male who looks in it’s direction.

It’s says that it’s compatible with windows, but you’ll obviously need a gargantuan hand to use this thing. This fugly light catcher can be yours for only 160.00. It’s not an official Hello Kitty product. Just officially yuck.

Hello Kitty goes 3G with the OKWAP A316

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2009

Hello Kitty goes 3G with the OKWAP A316No one takes Hello Kitty phones seriously. At least, until now. The Hello Kitty OKWAP A316 offers 3G connectivity in addition to GSM tri-band 900/1800/1900 support. An actual serious phone with a pink kitty, that will still go with your Hello Kitty purse.

Aside from the specs above, it’s pretty ordinary, featuring a 2.2″ LCD display, a 2-megapixel camera, and up to 2GB of external memory. A built-in MP3 player and Chinese/English dictionaries will help you buy even more Hello Kitty stuff when abroad. It also features a built-in Hello Kitty menu with animations, wallpaper and ringtones.

Hello Kitty Guitars rock you like a pink hurricane

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2009

Hello Kitty Guitars rock you like a pink hurricaneI’m speechless. The demon-spawn known as Hello Kitty has invaded rock. Her royal pinkness has her own deal with Fender. That means that world domination is nearly here. I think there may be one or two products left that have escaped her image.

Hello Kitty will be appearing on Stratocasters, music bags, picks, guitar straps, and the like which may be wielded by the likes of Prince or Hannah Montana. I bet that Metallica dude gets one and won’t admit it.

Casio 9.1 Megapixel Hello Kitty edition with crystals

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2009

Casio 9.1 Megapixel Hello Kitty edition with crystalsHello Kitty has re-spawned yet again. This one is an upgrade to the Casio Exilim 720. It’s the latest digital camera to pimp out Japan’s favorite cat and packs in 9 Megapixels and a 2.6 inch TFT. You’ll also get a 3X optical zoom lens and it can shoot video in MOV format.

Some other specs include digital image stabilizer, red eye reduction, 41Mb of internal memory and SDHC card slot. It also features a ring of pink crystals around the lens, so Hello Kitty can focus her evil energies on your subject.

New Hello Kitty netbook from Epson

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2008

Hello Kitty netbook from EpsonJust days after the announcement of this Hello Kitty laptop, Epson Japan has rolled out their own Hello kitty netbook. You’ll only be able to get them in Japan, where they will be exclusively sold online starting December 10.

This HK notebook is based on Epson’s Endeavor NJ2150. Buyers can choose between a combo model at $1,200 and a “super-multi version” at $1,500. Both versions are available in two different designs. Those who for some reason don’t have enough Hello Kitty in their life will want to move to Japan immediately no doubt, just to get their hands on one.

Sanrio unveils Hello Kitty ultra-compact laptop

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2008

Sanrio unveils Hello Kitty ultra-compact laptopJust in time for Christmas, you can get this latest HK branded piece of gear to go with all of your other HK purchases. It’s nice to know that aside from ushering in the apocalypse, the kitty is also weathering the economy nicely and still enticing young girls.

The Hello Kitty C1 is equipped with Windows XP Home Edition SP3, a 120 gigabyte hard drive, 1 gigabyte of RAM, a 10inch display, and comes with pre-installed software including Open Office, Firefox, Skype. The Hello Kitty C1 is available now for $890.95.

NEC Japan offers Hello Kitty notebook

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2008

NEC Japan offers Hello Kitty notebookHey. You. 14 year old girls. Pay attention. Your lord and master Hello Kitty has a new offering for you and she demands more of your parent’s money. It’s only available in Japan, so throw a big fit and get them to import it. Courrèges, a French fashion designer, has teamed up with NEC to create the NEC LaVie G Hello Kitty Courrèges, the latest cute girl notebook.

It sports a 1.90GHz AMD Athlon QL-60 processor, 2GB memory, 160GB hard drive and a 13.3-inch WXGA screen, so it’s a decent performer despite being ungodly pink. This notebook will be available October 25 for $1,100 and comes with Vista. And if you order by October 28th, you’ll get a free Hello Kitty mouse and mouse pad.

Hello Kitty USB webcam sees all

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2008

Hello Kitty USB webcam sees allHello Kitty fans can now be spied on by the dreaded pink menace. This USB web camera is no doubt exactly what you’ve been looking for. It will silently watch and make sure that your room is full of other Hello Kitty merchandise, whether you are a 14 year old girl or a 40 something man with issues. It’s compatible with Windows Vista/XP/2000 and features a 640×480 resolution at 15 frames per second.

The price is $86 and this webcam won’t just steal your heart, but it will steal your pink cat-loving soul. Listen, I’ve tried to tell you before, this cat is taking over the world and making life look like a little girl’s room for everyone. And that ain’t right. We must rise up and fight. I have to go now. My cat is watching and I don’t want to be reported to Hello Kitty HQ.