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Sony PlayStation 3 Welcomed in Japan

Posted in Games,News,PS3,Sony by Darrin Olson on November 11th, 2006

Playstation 3 Released In JapanTokyo, JapanSony released the much anticipated PlayStation 3 game console to Japanese in-store sales on Saturday, and the results were good news for the bean-counters at Sony.

Online advanced orders of the PS3 were available through Amazon.com for Japan in October, but people lined up overnight at participating stores throughout Tokyo hoping to be one of the limited numbers of people able to purchase the new game console. At least one person was reported to be in line for the purchase even before the store closed the previous day. According to the New York Times, online auctions of the new Playstation 3 went quickly and as high as $1,100. This is more than double the cost of the basic PS3 model with a 20 GB hard drive at around $425.

The Washington Post reported that so may people were lined up …

eMagin Z800 3DVisor Puts you Inside the Game

Posted in Smart Devices by Paul Patterson on November 11th, 2006

3DVisor-Z800The eMagin Z800 3DVisor surrounds you with all the screen real-estate you need for a truly immersive 3D computing experience. Games, entertainment, and work will never seem the same when you can work or play in complete privacy and with a borderless view of your data.

Two high-contrast eMagin SVGA 3D OLED Microdisplays provide fluid full-motion video in full 3D with no flicker or screen smear. The eMagin OLED displays are only 0.59 inch diagonal, yet the picture is the equivalent of a 105-inch movie screen viewed at 12 feet.

The highly responsive head-tracking system enables users to experience their data in full 3D surround with just a turn of the head. The headtracker contains compasses, gyros, and accelerometers allowing it to track motion on all axes.Multiple monitors can also be simulated which is great for designers, publishers, and engineers who commonly need access to view …

Motorola O ROKR Bluetooth Sunglasses

Posted in Apparel,Bluetooth,Headphones,Motorola by Darrin Olson on November 11th, 2006

Motorola O ROKR

Oakley and Motorola teamed up to make these O ROKR sunglasses / headset. The sunglasses are made from light weight “O Matter” weighing about 54 grams so that they can be comfortable for extended periods of time. The lenses are interchangeable (comes with one set) and they are made from Plutonite to filter 100% of all UV rays.

What makes this a cool gadget is the fact that the O ROKR glasses double as a Bluetooth wireless headset. You can use the dual ear pieces attached to the sunglasses to listen to a Bluetooth enabled phone or a music player with Bluetooth or a Bluetooth adapter. You can also take calls from your phone on the O ROKR glasses like you would with a normal Bluetooth headset.

The glasses have functionality built into them to remotely operate the playing devices. You can control volume, answer …

Orange Stink Balls

Posted in Security by Chetz on November 11th, 2006

Orange Stink BallsThese orange stink balls, pronounced “bohan” in Japanese, are balls filled with stinky orange colored liquid and are used for deterring and catching criminals in Japan.

They come in different colors, but the orange is the most popularly used. They are widely available for purchase online, and are most commonly found in Japanese banks gas stations and convenience store type places, next to each employees station. When someone is caught stealing or engaging and criminal activities, the tellers or attendants at the store will throw these at criminal.

The balls are filled with a thick fluorescent fluid that glows in the dark and stinks like rotting pineapples. The color staining the criminal if hit with one of these balls makes them stand out in a crowd, and the stink will too. Also, police dogs are trained to sniff out this particular oder and associate with …

TrekStor vibez MP3 Player

Posted in Digital Audio,News,TrekStor by Chetz on November 10th, 2006

Trekstor vibezTrekstor GmbH, which designs and manufactures many consumer entertainment and storage devices, has recently released the Trekstor vibez MP3 player. The new MP3 player is the first media player offered in the US from Trekstor that uses a hard disc to store data, and it’s a tiny 1″ hard disc at that.

The vibez MP3 player comes in three different hard disk capacities of 8, 12 and 15GB, and measures only 4 x 2 x 0.7 inches to easily fit in the palm of your hand. Navigation through a magnetically mounted, rubber covered scroll wheel manages menu options on a 1.5 inch color TFT screen, and the sleek looking player is able to play music for up to 20 hours off of a rechargeable battery. The battery can be fully recharged for use again in about 3 hours.

Trekstor has plans going forward for expanding the …

iLuv i202 Bluetooth Headphones

Posted in Bluetooth,Headphones,iLuv by Quagmire on November 10th, 2006

iLuv i202The iLuv i202 is a versatile set of headphones that allow you to both listen to your music and take or make phone calls wirelessly with Bluetooth technology. The audio-adapter dongle lets you connect the headset to devices without Bluetooth, thus converting most any audio device into a wireless device.

The swivel and ear-clip design secures the perfect comfortable fit around your ear and feels much like a natural extension of them.

The headset features integrated control functions for Play, Pause, Skip, and Volume. The built-in rechargeable battery allows you to enjoy continuous listening time up to 14 hours, continuous talking time up to 13 hours, and standby time up to 200 hours. The communication range is up to 33ft.

iLuv i202

Samsung SGH-X830 Mini MP3 Phone

Posted in Digital Audio,Mobile Phones,Samsung by Darrin Olson on November 10th, 2006

Samsung Samsung SGH-X830I really like seeing unique and innovative designs with new mobile devices, and Samsung has come up with a unique design with the SGH-X830 “Mini MP3 Phone”.

The X830 has a swing-open style that allows the device to work as a compact MP3 player when closed and as mobile phone when swung open. The design comes in 6 different colors – black, candy pink (both pictured here), pure white, oasis blue, orange and lemon green to blend into many different tastes, while the dimensions of the Mini MP3 Phone are a mere 84x30x19.9 mm and weighs only 75 grams.

The menu and different functions are navigated through a click wheel on the front of the phone which lets you scroll through options and up to 250 songs on the 1GB of internal memory.

This is one of many mobile multimedia phones to come from Samsung, according …

Wii Sports

Posted in Games,Nintendo,Wii by Paul Patterson on November 10th, 2006

Wii Sports TennisWii Sports is a collection of five distinct sports games where each game utilizes the Wii-mote controller to provide a natural, intuitive and realistic feel. The game lineup includes Baseball, Bowling, Boxing, Golf, and Tennis. Use the Wii Remote controller to mimic the actions of swinging a racket, bat or club; pick up a spare at the bowling alley; or knock out the champ with a left cross.

Wii Sports allows you to personalize your experience with your own Mii caricatures. Your Mii becomes the character that represents you through a variety of Wii games making for a more interesting experience. As your skills improve, your Miis’ skill levels will also increase, allowing you to gauge how much better you have become.
Wii Controller Features
Baseball - Your character stands in the batter’s box and takes pitches. You attempt to get on base by holding and …

Unotron Washable Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Chetz on November 9th, 2006

Unutron Washable KeyboardIf you are some kind of geek that spends so much time at the computer that you find yourself eating and drinking over your keyboard, I have a challenge for you: Pick up your keyboard, tip it upside down and shake it. Did anything fall out? Nothing? Right…

Well, for the guy you know that does have a problem with a dirty keyboard, you can suggest getting this Unotron washable keyboard. Unontron has washable keyboards and mice that are fully sealed and allow you to run them under water, or soak them with antibacterial solutions to kill germs. What you end up with is a keyboard that is as good as new, ridding yourself of sticky keys and dangerous bacteria.

Washable Keyboard [Unotron]

Firefly Mobile Phone for Kids

Posted in Kids,Mobile Phones by Chetz on November 9th, 2006

Firefly Mobile Phone for KidsThe Firefly is a mobile phone designed with kids in mind. The idea of kids having cell phones is becoming more popular, and the age at which kids are using cell phones seems to be getting younger.

Giving your child a mobile phone provides convenience for them and you, but being able to control how much the phone is used, especially with younger children, is important. Firefly has made a phone that is especially designed for use by young children. The phone has multiple ringtones and animations to choose from with different colors available. It glows in the dark and is small for kids hands.

The Firefly phone has just 5 buttons on it, so it is not complicated for kids to use. There are two speed dial buttons, one designed for each parent so the user of the mobile phone can easily …

Linksys Dials in with Yahoo! Messenger on new VoIP Phone

Posted in VoIP,Yahoo by Paul Patterson on November 9th, 2006

Linksys CIT310Linksys has partnered with Yahoo! Messenger to offer new dual-mode cordless phone featuring many of the Yahoo Internet services. The Linksys Dual-Mode Cordless Phone for Yahoo! Messenger gives consumers the flexibility to make and take inexpensive VoIP calls as well as place and receive phone calls using their traditional landline connection.

The CIT310 gives Yahoo! Messenger users a convenient alternative for making free internet-based calls to people on their Yahoo! Messenger Contact List. People subscribing to Yahoo! Phone Out can use the cordless phone to make an Internet-based call to any traditional or mobile phone.

The phone gives users access to other Yahoo Internet services like Yahoo! Local Search, Yahoo! Address Book, and Yahoo Weather. Consumers can now search for local business information directly from their phone using Yahoo! Local Search. The next time you need to order delivery just search for a local …

January 30, 2007 – Windows Vista Retail Release

Posted in Microsoft,News,Vista by Darrin Olson on November 9th, 2006

Windows Vista ReleaseMicrosoft has announced that Windows Vista will be available to the general consumer on January 30th, 2007. This release comes shortly after the release of Vista to business users at the end of November, 2006. After January 30th, the Windows Vista operating system will be availabe as both a stand alone purchase and pre-installed on new PC’s.

Windows Vista is coming in 4 different editions:

Home Basic: This looks like a real scaled down version that is stated for use in basic home needs such as emailing and surfing the internet.
Home Premium: This version looks to still be a truely a home version of the application, but has some added features including the Media Center and integration with Xbox 360, as well as enhanced desktop navigation and Tablet support.
Business: The business edition is designed for small and mid-sized organizations, and does not have the …

Helio Drift Features GPS-Enabled Google Maps Mobile

Posted in Bluetooth,Helio,Mobile Phones by Paul Patterson on November 9th, 2006

Helio DriftHelio has announced the launch of the newest mobile phone in its family of mobile devices targeted towards young, connected consumers. The Drift is a slender slider phone produced by Samsung and made exclusively for Helio members.

The Drift supports Helio GPS services that feature Google Maps for mobile. This service allows you to use a GPS-enabled version of Google Maps for Mobile to find your current location or a nearby restaurant or coffeehouse. Helio members also get real-time traffic reports, detailed step-by-step directions displayed on the map, and integrated search results.

Another handy GPS feature is the Buddy Beacon which allows Helio members to broadcast their location to the friends they add to their Buddy List. Once the Buddy Beacon is activated, their Buddy List friends can see their location on a map along with a nearby address.

The Drift features a 2.12 inch …

A-Data SD Duo / USB Card

Posted in A-Data,Flash Memory,USB by Chetz on November 8th, 2006

A-Data SD Duo TurboA-DATA Technology makes some pretty cool stuff, and this Turbo SD Duo flash memory card is one of them.

The SD card works like any other SD card, and comes in capacities of 512 MB, 1 GB and 2 GB, and it complies with the SD 1.1 standard.

What makes this SD card cooler than the others is that it is two-faced, or two-interfaced I should say. This is a dual interface SD card that also connects to a USB port while complying with USB 2.0 standards, too.

An inconvenience I have always found with SD cards is that you need a reader, and sure there are many different “78 in 1″ card readers out there but in this case you don’t need any card reader with you when you want to get data off of you card, just a USB port.

Card

New NVIDIA Products ensure PCs Reign as Definitive Gaming Platform

Posted in NVIDIA,Video Cards by Paul Patterson on November 8th, 2006

NVIDIA nForceNVIDIA Corporation today introduced two new product families that are sure to maintain the reign of the PC as the ultimate gaming platform. These new products families represent the hardware foundation that will allow users to start building their own definitive PC gaming platforms that take advantage of Microsoft’s DirectX 10 and Windows Vista.

The GeForce 8800 graphics processing unit (GPU) and the NVIDIA nForce 680i SLI media and communications processor are designed specifically for Intel Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Duo processors. In addition, the GeForce 8800 GPUs are the world’s first to support Microsoft DirectX 10, which will be introduced with Microsoft Windows Vista. More than 20 DirectX 10 titles have been developed to take advantage of next-generation NVIDIA GPUs.

“We set out to build the ultimate platform for PC gaming and high-definition video,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO at