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Ultimate Ears introduces hella expensive TripleFi 10vi earphones

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on December 10th, 2008

Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10viMy iPhone came with a junky pair of Apple earphones that were not only uncomfortable, but didn’t sound very good to boot. This is true of most all earphones included with music phones and MP3 players, which is why the aftermarket for earphones is rather large.

Typically I think earphones are expensive if they push into the $50 price range, though I have tried sets that run into the hundred dollar range before. Ultimate Ears has announced a new set of earphones called the TripleFi 10vi that carries a price more expensive than your iPhone.

T-Mobile branded Samsung “Memoir” cameraphone surfaces

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2008

T-Mobile branded Samsung “Memoir” cameraphone surfacesThe latest blurry photos to surface are these two hazy pics that supposedly show-off a T-Mobile Samsung destined for the US. The alleged big brother to the Samsung Behold reportedly features an 8 megapixel camera. Tmo News is also reporting that it’s going to run on Touchwiz, the same UI as the Behold, and that it’s being called the Memoir.

It’s not a smartphone as the Touchwiz interface doesn’t have the flash and whiz-bang of Android or OSX, so don’t expect wifi. But that’s just what people are guessing. 3G is expected, along with a full html browser. Nobody knows for sure.

Audioengine introduces new wireless iPod adapter

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on December 8th, 2008

Audioengine iPod AdapterThe iPod is the most popular digital music player around and there are scores of products that dock the iPod to a home stereo to allow music playback through the audio system. Many of the solutions for docking require hard-wired docks the iPod has to stay connected to.

Audioengine has announced a new wireless W2 Premium adapter of the iPod that streams music from the iPod wirelessly to the home stereo from up to 30-feet from the receiver. The system ships with the transmitter that connects to the docking adapter of the iPod and a receiver that connects to your home stereo.


Logitech Announces Comfort Lapdesk for notebook computer

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on December 8th, 2008

Logitech Comfort LapdeskThere are still lots of laptop users that like to use their laptops actually sitting in their lap rather than a table or desk. The problem is that some laptops put out enough heat to roast your chestnuts after a bit of use.

Logitech has announced a new lapdesk called the Comfort Lapdesk for Notebooks that promises to prevent the heat from the computer from being an issue for the user and lift the screen up to a more comfortable viewing height.

SIM- and hardware-unlocked G1 surfaces for $400

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2008

SIM- and hardware-unlocked G1 surfaces for $400The Android Dev Phone 1, a completely unlocked G1, is available to “developers” for just $399 after a $25 setup fee. All you need to do is register as a developer at the Android Market and the phone is yours. Registration as a developer costs $25, but after that, you’ll be eligible for the cheap, unlocked phone.

The Android Dev Phone 1 is fully compatible with Android 1.0, and being able to swap out the SIM card breaks you free of T-Mobile’s service. It’ll also let you use custom Android builds that work with the freshly unlocked bootloader. You can even get free shipping and cool detailing on the back. Google warns that it’s not really meant for non-developers, but we’re sure that won’t stop you.

Nyko introduces Charge Station Quad for Wii

Posted in Nyko by Shane McGlaun on December 5th, 2008

Nyko Charge Station Quad for Nintendo WiiThe Nintendo Wii continues to dominate the sales charts and sell so well that most people who want one can’t find it. Odds are the Wii is at the top of many holiday wish lists this Christmas season. If you have been lucky enough to get your hands on a Wii, you will need some accessories to go with it. One such accessory is a charge station for the remotes.

Nyko has announced a new accessory called the Charge Station Quad for Nintendo Wii that will retail for $49.99. The device has spots for four Wii Remotes and includes new rechargeable batteries and battery doors to allow the Wii Remotes to be recharged.

MSI announces EX300 ultra portable notebook

Posted in MSI by Shane McGlaun on December 4th, 2008

MSI EX300Notebooks sales are being bolstered significantly by the booming sales of low-cost netbook computers. Many may not have been familiar with the name MSI before its popular Wind netbook hit the market. MSI offers more than netbooks in the US market with a full line of notebook computers as well.

Yesterday MSI announced its latest, affordable ultraportable notebook called the EX300. The machine uses a 13.3-inch widescreen display and offers ATI HD3450 graphics. MSI says the notebook weighs 4.5 pounds with the 8-cell battery.


Adtec announces two tiny projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2008

Adtec announces two tiny projectorsSeems like every company is getting on the tiny projector bandwagon. So, it’s going to be hard for any of these to stand out. Adtec’s two new MP15A Series projectors certainly don’t look like they’re going to stand out from the crowd

As far as Specs, they’re pretty run of the mill,, with 15 ANSI lumens, a 200:1 contrast ratio, and VGA 640 x 480 resolution, they have an LED lamp with about a 20,000 hour life. The 15AW is white, while the 15AB is black. Other then the color, they are identical. Both will be available in December and January in Japan. No word yet on releases in other countries.

Dell Studio now offers over 100 design choices

Posted in Dell by Shane McGlaun on December 3rd, 2008

Dell StudioThe computer industry is hurting in the current economic climate globally. Even the largest PC makers like Dell have had a hard time maintaining the levels of profit common before the global economic crisis. One of the ways Dell is luring consumers who are shopping for new notebooks to its doors is with more customization options.

Dell announced today that its Design Studio now has more than 100 different design options for customizing its Studio 15 and Studio 17 notebooks. The Design Studio allows shoppers to choose any of the artwork from the catalog and view the notebook from all angles before they order.

Super Talent announces licensed Godfather USB drives

Posted in Super Talent by Shane McGlaun on December 3rd, 2008

Super Talent Godfather USB DriveFlash Drives are commodity items today that you can pick up everywhere from the junk isle at your local gas station, to the checkout lane at the grocery store. To try to set their products apart from the competition makers of flash drives are always trying to give their products a little something else to grab the eye and dollars of shoppers.

PNY offered a flash drive with a full digital version of the 80′s flick Ghostbusters not so long ago. Super Talent announced today that it would be offering flash drives that feature licensed material from The Godfather.

3M introduces palm-sized Micro Projector

Posted in 3M by Shane McGlaun on December 2nd, 2008

3M Micro Projector MPro110One of the ways for fans of mobile multimedia like movies and personal video on the go can view content on a larger screen is with a small projector. Some day mobile phones will have projectors built-in, but until then 3M has a perfect projector for someone looking for a very portable unit.

The projector is called the 3M MPro110 and is one of the tiniest projectors ever made. It measures in at a mere 115mm x 50mm x 22mm (L x W x H) and weighs 152g. Despite the small size, the projector can throw an image of 5-inches to 50-inches and offers a resolution of 640 x 480.


China produces knock off flip iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on November 27th, 2008

China produces knock off flip iPhoneWe’ve seen our share of knock-offs coming out of China, but this one is downright funny. They’ve taken the iPhone and turned it into a clamshell style phone. Funny thing is, it resembles a MacBook more then an actual iPhone.

It is attractive with the brushed aluminum casing and the iPhone look inside, but I’m guessing that performance isn’t up to par. Surprisingly, the camera is 3-megapixels, more than on most mid to low-end phones. It also sports a 2.6-inch display with a resolution of 240 x 320. It’s pretty small at 105 x 53 x 17mm and about 110 grams. One giveaway that this is a crap-gadget are the LED lights under the apple. I guess that’s the best they could do.

iPod Breathalyzer accessory doubles as a FM transmitter

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on November 24th, 2008

iBreath Breathalyzer for iPodThe iPod is so popular that there is a huge amount of accessories and gear to go along with them. Typically, accessories revolve around speakers, earphones, FM transmitters and the like. Sometimes we see a few more exotic accessories like voice recorders.

Today a new iPod accessory was announced that takes the strange gadget cake called the iBreath iPod Breathalyzer. A fold out breath tube lets users blow into the device to see the blood alcohol level and decide if they have had too many drinks to drive.

ZAGG introduces audio products line

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on November 21st, 2008

ZAGG Z.buds EarphonesI am familiar with the company ZAGG. It makes some interesting products like the InvisibleSHIELD film that is laser cut to exactly fit gadgets of all sorts form Mac notebooks and the iPhone to various Blackberry devices. In fact, I use their film to protect the screen and body of my iPhone and it works great.

ZAGG has announced a new line of products called ZAGGaudio and the first product from the line is the Z.buds earphones. The earphones retail for $79.99 and feature a microphone built-in to allow users to place and receive phone calls.

Eclipse announces Fusion canvas and leather solar bag

Posted in Chargers by Shane McGlaun on November 20th, 2008

Eclipse Solar Messenger BagOne of the worst things that can happen to a traveling geek/businessperson is to have their gadgets run down before the day is done. Power for your cell phone, MP3 player, or GPS device can be at a premium some days. A new messenger bag from Eclipse gives you a place to store all your gear and can help keep the gear charged at the same time.

The Fusion Solar Messenger bag can charge cell phones, MP3 players, and rechargeable batteries or any other device that can be plugged into a 12V auto adapter. The solar charger itself is removable and can be used outside the bag.

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