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HP Pavilion g6s laptop with Sandy Bridge

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on May 22nd, 2011

HP has already announced several new Sandy Bridge laptops this month and here is another. The Pavilion g6s features a 15.6-inch display with 1,366 x 768 resolution and your choice of Core i3, i5 or i7 Sandy Bridge processors.

Some other specs include up 6GB of RAM, up to a 750GB hard drive, optional Radeon HD 6470M graphics, even your choice of four different color options. It will also have a starting price of just $550.

Cambridge Audio iD100 Digital iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will transform your iPad into something more suitable for an audiophile. The device is designed for those users who store or stream video on their devices and it will allow you to enjoy portable content from YouTube, iTunes, iPlayer and more on the big screen.

The Cambridge Audio iD100 comes with a full remote controller, allowing you to control the iPad dock from anywhere nearby. The docking station is also compatible with iPods and iPhones. The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will set you back $299 on Amazon.

Samsung’s LCD fridge gets a price

Posted in Samsung by Reuben Drake on April 18th, 2011

Samsung has now priced its four-door, Energy Star-rated LCD refrigerator and it is just as expensive as you might expect at $3,499 retail. It will arrive late next month. The RF4289 fridge offers 28 cubic feet of storage, including a customizable, counter-height “flex-zone” drawer with a moveable divider. This is for serious food eaters/storage enthusiasts.

It also features LED lighting and Samsung’s twin coolingplus system that separately circulates the air inside the freezer and refrigerator to eliminate odor and keep perishable produce fresher for a longer period of time. If that isn’t enough, there’s an 8-inch, Wi-Fi-enabled LCD touchscreen too, which includes several apps, including Epicurious, Weatherbug, Pandora, AP News, Google Calendar, Picasa Photos and Twitter.

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Fake Nintendo cartridge iPhone covers

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2011

There’s this whole fascination with making iPhones look like different things by using clever cases, which makes us wonder…If the iPhone is so awesome looking, why are you hiding it? But that’s a question for another time. Behold, you can now make your phone look like an old Nintendo cartridge.

These iPhone 4 cases were designed by meteor and are made to look like the back of old Famicom and N64 cartridges. These cost a crazy $57, so we imagine that only hardcore Nintendo geeks will be rocking this look.

NES Cartridge Flash Drive with Console USB Port

Posted in DIY by Reuben Drake on March 9th, 2011

We’ve seen the NES modded into many different things and we’ve seen even seen NES cartridges used as cases for external hard drives, but this mod is ridiculous and awesome at the same time. Ed Lewis created this NES cartridge flash drive with a NES console USB port. That’s right, there’s only one USB connector inside that console.

To make one yourself, all you need to do is open up the cartridge, take out the board and make a gap for a flash drive, then glue it inside. Then open up the console, cut a hole in the middle of the cartridge connector for the flash drive to slide in, and another hole at the back of the console for a USB cable.

Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio D711 All-in-one with Sandy Bridge CPU

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2011

The new Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio D711 all-in-one PC will save you some space on your desktop and comes with an Intel Core i5-2410M processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard disk drive.

Other features include a digital TV tuner, a super fast USB 3.0 port, an SDXC slot and a Combo SupersEngine with a BDXL+ drive. This all-in-one computer will be available in Japan very soon for 200,000 Yen or around $2,421.

MSi unveils Sandy Bridge Gaming Notebook GT680R-008US

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2011

Looking for a new gaming notebook? The MSi GT680R-008US, which is equipped with Intel’s new Sandy Bridge platform might be what you want. It’s powered by an Intel Core i7-2630QM CPU with 8GB of RAM and a total of 1TB of storage from a pair of 500GB 7200 rpm HDDs. It also packs an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M with 1.5GB of DDR5 RAM.

Other features include 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, THX TruStudio Pro, MSI TDE technology to help squeeze the most from your machine with accelerated CPU performance and MSI Cooler Boost technology. It also has USB 3.0 ports, built-in 720p HD webcam, and HDMI output.

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Eat and Tweet with the new Samsung WiFi-enabled RF4289 fridge

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2011

Samsung’s new RF3289 fridge allows users to access Pandora or even tweet while finding a snack. The fridge is the first of its kind to feature integrated WiFi that will let you view Google calendars, check the weather, download recipes from Epicurious, or leave digital reminders and notes. If there is such a thing as being too connected, this right here may be it. I’m surprised it doesn’t tell your Facebook friends what you are eating.

The fridge has an 8-inch LCD touchscreen as well as a Twin Cooling Plus System that keeps perishable produce fresher for longer. The RSG309 and RF4289 models also provide plenty of storage space. Both will be available in Canada later this year.

ASUS to release five Sandy Bridge laptops

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

ASUS is ready to release five new laptops using Intel’s latest. The first is a gaming rig, the G73SW. It has an Intel Core i7-2630QM processor, 8GB of DDR3, Geforce GTX 460M graphics, USB 3.0, dual storage bays, and a 17.3-inch LCD with 1920 x 1080 resolution. It should start around $2,500.

Then there are the four less gamer-oriented models in the N53SV and N73SV series. All feature the same 2GHz processor and all have the new GeForce GT 540M processor and either a 15.6-inch, 1366 x 768 display or the larger 17.3-inch, 1080p display depending on the model.

iPhone App Magnets for your fridge

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2010

iPhone fans will want to recreate the iPhone’s interface on their fridge or other metal surfaces using these cool geeky iPhone App Magnets from Jailbreak Toys. There are 18 different magnets to choose from, measuring 7/8 square. You get an iPod icon along with email, weather, calendar and more.

So you can turn anything into an Apple device. They won’t launch any programs when touched, but it should be $13 well spent to geek up your home or office. All of your other Apple fan-boy friends will be jealous.

Gameboy Advance cartridges turned into 4GB flash drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on January 22nd, 2010

I was never a big fan of the Gameboy Advance so I don’t have any cartridges lying around. But if I did, I would be turning them into flash drives, just like this one from etsy seller 8BitMemory. That cartridge above looks awesome as a functional USB flash drive.

Currently 8bit has several for sale including Metroid, Super Mario Advance, and Mario Vs. Donkey Kong. All the converted cartridges have a 4GB capacity and they retail for $39.99 each.

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Window Fridge lets you decide before opening

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2010

It’s a common practice around the world. You open the fridge and then just stand looking at all of your choices. Problem is you are wasting electricity and letting the cold out. The Window Fridge is a concept that eliminates the need to open the fridge, by providing a window.

That helps save the environment while you ponder whether you would like a Coke, Pepsi or Dr. Pepper. The fridge has a tube design that makes it easy to open the panel and spy on all of your food inside.

Gambridge Z line MIDI guitars are compatible with Rock Band

Posted in gaming accessories by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2010

The whole rocking with fake plastic instruments thing is getting old. So how can you put some excitement back into it? Well, you can try out Gambridge’s Z line of dual game / MIDI guitars for something different.

These are full-sized instruments with built in sound modules that also function as game controllers. And yes, they’re compatible with all major music video game titles. Pricing and availability are yet to be announced, but we will let you know.

Cambridge Consultants unveils whitespace radio

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on January 7th, 2010

TV stations that broadcast on airwaves today each have what’s called whitespace between them. The whitespace is there to keep each broadcast from interfering with the ones next to it. There has been lots of talk about using this whitespace for other uses.

A company called Cambridge Consultants has unveiled a new radio at CES that can use the whitespace to stream HD video and other material around a home. The radio can operate on normal 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi bands and can also operate on the 600Mhz whitespace band between stations.

NES cartridge iPhone dock

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2009

NES cartridge iPhone dockWe all love NES cartridge mods. But here’s the thing. When it looks like a third grader did it, we aren’t really interested. A good mod looks like something that you could potentially buy and something that maybe you can’t do yourself. Sorry, but this misses the mark.

That Duck Hunt cart died for this? This is less of a mod and more of a cut hole and insert cable project. Plus it’s ugly. I don’t mean to be a downer, but this is the red-headed step child of mods right here.



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