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Canon announces REALiS WUX10 LCOS projector

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on June 4th, 2008

Canon REALiS WUX10 ProjectorThere are as many different uses for a projector as there are projectors on the market. From really big screen gaming to multimedia presentations projectors are good for work and play. Canon has announced a new hella expensive projector it claims to be the world’s first WUXGA LCOS projector.

The REALiS WUX10 has a resolution of 1920 x 1200, normally that resolution is seen only on 24-inch LCDs. Canon says the projector delivers the highest resolution of any of its projectors. The LCOS panel used in the WUX10 is only 0.71-inches making it the world’s smallest LCOS panel to achieve 1920 x 1200 resolution.

Edge Tech introduces most secure flash drive to date

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Nino Marchetti on June 2nd, 2008

DiskGo Secure GuardianEdge Tech has announced a new secure USB flash drive which is both durable and encrypted. It is called the DiskGo Secure Guardian and you’ll find it pricing between around $70 and $250, depending upon memory configuration.

The DiskGo Secure Guardian from Edge Tech is available in 1, 2, 4 and 8GB configurations. It makes use of 256-bit AES hardware encryption to secure data as well as complex password protocols and a function which actually erases the drive’s data after eight failed password attempts.

Skinizi skins for your iPod & other devices

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 30th, 2008

Skinizi skins for your iPod & other devices
If you’re tired of your device looking like everyone else’s, why not jazz it up with some artistic skins? Skinizi offers a nice variety of skins for your iPod, iPhone, Mac laptops and PC laptops.

You can choose from about 15 artists or design one yourself. There should be something for everyone. Not only will your device look awesome, but it will also be protected from scratches, because they use some sort of fancy-pants 3M vinyl for the skins. You’ll have fun browsing through the artists on the site and you’ll have trouble picking one.


LaCie enhances burn speed on its Blu-ray drive

Posted in Blu-ray by Nino Marchetti on May 28th, 2008

LaCie d2 Blu-ray Drive

LaCie earlier this week did some updates to its d2 Blu-ray drive product, including upping the burn speed. The new LaCie d2 Blu-ray Drive prices at around $650.

The LaCie d2 Blu-ray Drive now sports a burn speed of 4x and ecords, rewrites and reads 25 gigabytes (GB) or 50GB BD-R (recordable) and BD-RE (rewritable), as well as DVD±RW DL and CD±RW. Also updated is the aluminum alloy case and software suite, which features Roxio software such as Easy Media Creator for Windows and Toast Titanium for Mac.

MacBook Air can cut your flesh, slices bread

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

MacBook Air can cut your flesh, slices bread
Who knew that the MacBook Air could cut you? It’s not a laptop to be messed with. Piss it off and you’ll get an iCut. At least that’s what some whacky Germans are claiming. Supposedly “Apple Talk” reader Bajuware, was just hanging out minding his own business when his MBA went all bloodthirsty on his elbow.

It looks like it cut him good, like a convict with a shiv! Another German dude says that he can slice bread with his MBA. I don’t know if the MBA can actually seek vengeance on their human masters, but I like the idea that laptops can be multi-purpose tolls in the kitchen. They slice, they dice… I’m calling Ron Popeil. I have an idea.

Samsung announces 256GB SSD

Posted in SSD by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2008

Samsung announces 256GB SSD
Samsung has announced the world’s fastest MLC-based 256GB SATA solid state drive which boasts some amazingly fast read speeds of 200 mps and 160 mps write speeds. It’s also the thinnest and largest capacity drive with a SATA II interface. Salivating yet?

It measures just 9.5mm thick. No pricing info is available yet, but expect it to be expensive. Should you be able to afford one, they’ll be available this September, with a 1.8-inch version coming in Q4.

Richard Solo announces battery backup for iPhone

Posted in Batteries by Shane McGlaun on May 21st, 2008

Richard Solo Battery Backup for iPhoneI find that I surf the Internet and watch YouTube videos on my iPhone much more than I ever thought I would. The bad part is that it seems like if I watch a few videos the phone is dead before I know it. Since the iPhone has no user replaceable battery you are out of luck when it goes dead and a charger isn’t handy.

Richard Thalheimer of The Sharper Image fame (or is it infamy?) has a new website where he sells gadgets called Richard Solo. While the site is apparently named after Han’s little brother, one of the first products is interesting. The Battery Backup for iPhone/iPod retails for $49.95 and is a 1200mAH lithium-ion that charges 100% in 3.5 hours via USB. The battery weight is 2.76 ounces and it measures 1.77” x 2.83” x 0.49”.


Another watch cell phone with keypad surfaces

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2008

Another watch cell phone with keypad surfaces
Back in April we told you about Van Der Led’s WM2 cellphone watch. Well here’s another also featuring a keypad. Cell phone wrist watches have yet to really take off. There haven’t been many of course, but seeing another watch with a dedicated keypad tells me they may just start getting some respect.

The CECT WRIST looks like it’s doing a good job of copying Van Der Led’s WM2. The GSM phone also features a small 1.3″ TFT Touch screen, bluetooth, an FM radio, MP4 and 3GP video support, a WAP browser, an equalizer for playing MP3 files, a Voice recorder, calculator, and it’s memory can be expanded via Transflash cards. It retails for ₤151.57.

Samsung announces Blue Phase 240Hz LCD

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on May 14th, 2008

Samsung Blue Phase LCDAt CES back in 2007 there were several demonstrations of 60Hz TVs next to 120Hz TVs. The difference in image quality achieved through going from 60 to 120Hz was very impressive. Samsung wasn’t content to sit on its 120Hz laurels and has announced the first Blue Phase LCD panel.

Whereas 120Hz sets on the current market use overdrive circuits to achieve 120Hz, the Blue Phase panel will not require any overdrive circuits. Samsung also says that the design is extremely cost efficient thanks to not needing liquid crystal alignment layers like today’s LCD panels do.

Eye-Fi announces a trio of new products

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on May 12th, 2008

Eye-Fi SD CardsIf you shoot lots of pictures at your home, the office or a friend’s house—really anywhere there is a Wi-Fi hotspot– the Eye-Fi may be the perfect SD storage card for you. The SD card has a built-in Wi-Fi connection that basically allows the SD card unlimited capacity by sending images to your PC directly over the wireless network as they are taken.

Previously, Eye-Fi only had one product in its line but today it announced three products. The Eye-Fi Explore is the most expensive at $129. It automatically finds nearby Wi-Fi networks and adds geolocation tags to images taken automatically using Skyhook’s global Wi-Fi positioning system. The Explorer also allows the uploading of images from over 10,000 Wayport hotspots in the U.S. and has 2GB of storage capacity.

E-Ink introduces new segmented display cell displays

Posted in Displays by Conner Flynn on May 11th, 2008

E-Ink introduces new segmented display cell displaysE-Ink made a new display available last week, based on segmented display cell (SDC) technology. The new screens are said to be 40% thinner with increased flexibility over E Ink’s previous displays. Also, they can now be formed in “organic non-rectangular unique shapes, including holes, curves, and other non-standard designs”. Which means they can be used in a variety of ways.

We bring you a ton of concepts that don’t ever come to pass so it’s nice to see this one hitting the market. Delphi already has one use of the display in future keyfob products.


Sony announces release dates for PlayTV

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2008

Sony announces release dates for PlayTV
SONY just announced release dates for the long-awaited PlayTV add-on for the PS3 and Go!View video service for the PSP. PlayTV will allow the PS3’s hard drive to record TV shows thanks to it’s dual TV tuners. The included software has a 7-day programming guide, and recorded programs can be viewed remotely over Wi-Fi or transferred to the PSP.

SONY’s Go!View video service for the PSP will be subscription-based or on a pay-per-view system. Users can download TV content to their PSP from a dedicated website.

Stand Pouch replaces the tripod

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on May 7th, 2008

Stand Pouch replaces the tripod
Here’s a nifty little device that should come in very handy. Normally, when you can place your camera on a flat surface to take that perfect shot, you can’t angle the camera easily. That’s where the Stand Pouch comes in handy.

It’s basically a camera case with a tripod connector built in. The connector can be adjusted just like a tripod. You carry your camera in it, then just put your camera on it. Simple right? Well then why didn’t you think of it? Or me for that matter.

Apple offering faster processors, graphics on iMacs

Posted in Mac by Nino Marchetti on April 28th, 2008


Apple made some updates to its line of popular iMacs today, including adding the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors. These new iMacs have starting prices of around $1,200.

The refreshed iMacs now include, according to Apple, faster Intel Core 2 Duo processors across the line, a 1066 MHz front-side bus and up to 4GB of 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM memory. The 24-inch iMac also offers a 3.06 GHz Intel processor and the high-performance NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS graphics as options.

Manodo Screen saves energy, has smiley faces

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2008

Manodo Screen saves energy, has smiley facesThe Manodo display from Sweden will help you keep the earth green, while giving you information overload with facts on how much power consumption your home currently uses, as well as other uncomfortable facts, like the number of pounds of CO2 emissions from your recent hot bath. Yo Manodo, TMI.

The Manodo project is in its pilot stage right now in several Swedish cities, nagging apartment dwellers with a ton of information. It must be like living with your mother. The info ranges from how long before the next tram will pass by the nearest stop to upcoming weather. A green smiley face will appear each time power consumption reaches ‘green’ levels. So, think of it as a kind of game. Device nags you, and when you please the device, it smiles. It’s exactly like living with an overbearing mother.

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