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NEC announces two new mobile projectors

Posted in Projectors by Nino Marchetti on August 4th, 2008

NEC NP61

NEC today debuted some new mobile projectors which provide what NEC says is easy setup and bright images. These new projectors are the NP41 and NP61, priced at around $1,000 and $1,400, respectively.

The  NP41 and NP61 offer up 2,300 and 3,000 lumens, respectively. Operation sound is said to be quiet at around 32dB in a select mode. Both are designed to fire up quickly, automatically detecting the source and projecting the image with auto input selection. Automatic vertical keystone correction is also included.

Fins-Up surfaces with new aluminum Apple laptop stand

Posted in Accessories by Nino Marchetti on August 4th, 2008

Fins-Up Fin

Fins-Up, a maker of stands for Apple laptops, unveiled what looks to be its first product today. It is called simply the Fin and you’ll find it pricing around $40.

The Fin is quite simply a laptop stand made for owners of the MacBook Pro 15″ and 17″, MacBook 13″ (black and white) and the PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12″, 15″ and 17″. It is made from full aircraft-grade aluminum and is designed to attach to an Apple laptop, tilting said computer to an angle which hopeful is more ergonomic for typing and screen viewing.

Hitachi announces new 1TB CinemaStar HDD for DVRs

Posted in Hitachi by Shane McGlaun on July 30th, 2008

Hitachi CinemaStar 1TB Drive AnnouncedHard drive capacities are growing all the time, which is great news for computer users with lots of stuff to store. More storage capacity is also great news for DVR users looking to be able to record more programming before their hard drive fills up.

Today Hitachi announced a pair of new hard drives in its CinemaStar line. The flagship product is the CinemaStar 7K1000.B with up to 1TB of storage space. Hitachi previously announced a 1TB desktop drive a few weeks back. Other capacities are available for the 7K1000.B in addition to the 1TB version. Hitachi also announced the CinemaStar 5K320 with 320GB of storage space. The 1TB drive can store 247 hours of MPEG-4 HD video.

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Emirates Airline announces in-flight showers

Posted in Aircraft by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2008

Emirates Airline announces in-flight showers
The newest addition to in-flight luxuries are in-flight showers. Obviously, it’s great for the businessman on the go. You could arrive at your destination squeaky clean. Emirates airline has just announced their ‘shower spas’ facility for first-class passengers(Of course) in their new superjumbo A380 Airbus.

Yes, the plane really carries enough water for all 14 First Class passengers to have five-minute showers, so don’t worry they won’t be recycling anything nasty. Each shower has been designed to accommodate just one person at a time, but I’m sure the mile-high club just got an upgrade. Other premium services include 14 flat-bed, massage-equipped ‘Private Suites’, each of which include remote controlled doors, work desk, electrically controlled mini-bar and an entertainment system. Nice!

Archos selling GPS accessory for 605 WiFi PMP

Posted in GPS by Nino Marchetti on July 29th, 2008

Archos GPS In-Car Holder

Archos recently unveiled a special in-car holder for its Archos 605 WiFi portable media player line. This accessory is called the Archos GPS In-Car Holder and you’ll find it pricing around $130.

The Archos GPS In-Car Holder has the actual GPS functionality built into it, using the 605 WiFi as an interface for viewing maps and navigation functions. The holder connects to the car windshield and the PMP is put into the holder. Built-in line out lets you create a “full voice and video navigation system.”

Logitech adds free access to Pandora for Squeezebox owners

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on July 29th, 2008

Logitech TransporterDigital music fans like to be able to listen to their music in any room of their home and there are a few ways to do this. You can run wires all around your house for speakers and connect them to a central media server. You can also use the easy way and go with a wireless media system like the Logitech Squeezebox.

Logitech has made the Squeeze box line even more enticing with an announcement today that it is now offering free access to Pandora to owners of the Logitech Squeezebox Duet, Squeezebox, and Logitech Transporter network music devices.

New Jointech Windows CE laptop looks, prices cheap

Posted in Notebooks by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Jointech JL7100

Jointech has announced a Windows CE laptop which is pretty cheap when you look at what it has to offer. The Jointech JL7100 is priced at what looks to be around $100 (whether that is American or Hong Kong currency is unknown).

The Jointech JL7100 sports a 7-inch display capable of 800 x 480 VGA resolution. It runs Windows CE 5.0 and includes many of the typical Microsoft applications of that OS, including Word, Excel, Media Player and Internet Explorer. Keep in mind that this is not a full Windows XP or Vista laptop, so your choices for installing other types of software will be limited.

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Santok selling new Bluetooth mobile speakerphone accessory

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Nino Marchetti on July 28th, 2008

Santok STK SP500

Santok, a maker of cellular specific and related products for mobile phone owners, unveiled recently a new Bluetooth speakerphone for inside the car. It is called the Santok STK SP500.

The Santok STK SP500 is described as being fully functional and offering a pivoting microphone as well as adjustable volume. This unit uses Bluetooth to wirelessly connect with a Bluetooth-enabled phone, offering features like caller ID, voice dial activation and call rejection.

Home theater ticket booths from Bass let you charge multiplex prices

Posted in Home Theater by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2008

Bass Deluxe Ticket Booth

Do you feel like you already have the ultimate geek home theater room? What might take it beyond that, you ask? How about your own ticket booth? If charging your guests to see a movie at your house sounds like a nice way to finance the monthly payments on your setup, Bass Industries has a couple of ticket booths you’ll want to check out.

Two ticket booths seem to make the current Bass line up – a regular and a deluxe model. The regular one includes an illuminated header, optional curtain background image and is available in a variety of finishes and curtain colors. The deluxe model adds to this, it seems, by just looking more classy.

Western Digital announces enterprise version of VelociRaptor hard drive

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on July 24th, 2008

Western Digital VelociRaptor Enterprise EditionHard drives improve in two ways—they gain storage capacity and they get faster. Most hard drives spin at 7,200 RPM or 5,400 RPM, though there are faster drives out there. Western digital makes the fastest consumer hard drive on the market called the VelociRaptor that spins at 10,000 RPM.

Western Digital introduced the 300GB 10,000 RPM VelociRaptor in April. Today Western Digital announced a 2.5-inch enterprise version of the VelociRaptor that shares all the same features with the 3.5-inch consumer focused VelociRaptor.

HP announces new printers, enhanced printing technology

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on July 23rd, 2008

HP Photosmart D5460

HP recently did some updates to its consumer printers and technology, unveiling two compact photo printers, a new five-ink printing system and a home printer which can print from the Web. The HP Photosmart A630 and A530 Compact Photo Printers are expected to be available in August at around $150 and $100, respectively, while the HP Photosmart D5460 Printer is available now for around $100.

The main item of interest here is the five-ink printing system, which uses  a single dual-drop-volume printhead that delivers an extremely small drop size and offers consumers what HP says is “better control over costs by requiring fewer cartridges to manage.” You can get full details on these new HP printing functions after the jump.

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Lexar announces Jump Drive Solo Vault with FIPS validation

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on July 23rd, 2008

Lexar Jump drive Solo Vault with FIPSFlash drives can offer the business user or government employee a great way to carry needed documents and files with them on the go or to meetings at remote offices. The catch with a flash drive is that if it is lost and not encrypted the data on the drive can fall into the wrong hands.

Lexar introduced the latest flash drive in its line today called the JumpDrive Solo Vault with FIPS Validation. FIPS stands for Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 Level 1 security software is used on the drive without the need for centralized management.

Sony Ericsson parties with new Walkman phones, accessories

Posted in Mobile Phones by Nino Marchetti on July 22nd, 2008

Sony Ericsson New Walkman MobilesSony Ericsson is celebrating the Walkman phone’s third anniversary by adding three new mobiles to the family as well as a small army of new accessories. All of these products will be available by the end of the year.

The mobile phone company is specifically debuting the W302, W902 and W595 Walkman cell phones to select markets around the world. It is also rolling out wireless and regular speakers as well as wireless and noise canceling headphones. More details on all of this and more can be found after the jump.

“Mac-like” AOC 2218Ph display dances that marketing jig

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on July 21st, 2008

AOC 2218Ph

AOC earlier this month rolled out a new 22-inch display which the maker things will give your PC a bit of that old Mac touch. It is called the AOC 2218Ph and pricing is said to be around $430.

The AOC 2218Ph sports “state-of-the-art metallic workmanship, piano-black bezel, polished aluminum cabinet and zinc multi-flex stand.” If that doesn’t jump up and make you say “that looks like a Mac!” than we don’t know what will. Seriously though, the 2218Ph looks pretty cool, even if the marketing is somewhat flawed.

Kingston announces the Terra Cotta USB drive

Posted in Kingston by Conner Flynn on July 17th, 2008

Kingston announces the Terra Cotta USB driveKingston just revealed the limited edition 4GB DataTraveler Terra Cotta thumb drive in Japan. It’s aimed squarely at those who want a bit of style in their thumb drive, with nice art work on a gold-colored case. Those who want to be different and stand out from the crowd.

The Terra Cotta drive comes with password protection software, Vista ReadyBoost support, 15MB/sec read speeds, and 7MB/sec write speeds. No word on price yet, but standing out from the crowd will probably cost you. Art is never cheap.



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