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TABI Tablet Holder

Posted in Accessories by Tam Yue on September 16th, 2014

TabiThis is so simple and so genius all at once, it makes us think; “Why didn’t I think of that!” But we didn’t, the guys at Bondi did, so we are just going to write about it.

TABI is a device that makes holding your large smartphone or tablet so much easier. Let’s face it, most of us have a tablet and most of us use it all the time. We have actually heard of people’s fingers going numb because they are on their mobile devices so much. This sweet little …

Tag Heuer Alligator Skin Android Phone For $6,700

Posted in Mobile Phones by Reuben Drake on June 28th, 2011

Vertu phones. Tag Heuer. Can’t afford them and we don’t really want one anyway. Tag Heuer’s latest offering is an Android smartphone running Android Froyo 2.2. Outdated enough for you?

It will cost you $6,700 to rock that old OS too. Did we mention that it features Alligator skin as well? Basically an animal died to bring you this ugly outdated and overpriced phone. They shouldn’t have.

JBL ships OnBeat iPad Speakers

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2011

JBL has announced that it is now shipping the OnBeat speakers for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod. The OnBeat is an attractive dock that will hold your iPad, iPhone, or iPod and features dock rotation when holding an iPod or iPhone, side-mounted volume buttons, dual Phoenix full-range transducers, DSP equalization, charging, USB syncing, a 3.5mm auxiliary input, composite video output, and a remote control.

The company is proving that they care by also announcing that it is shipping the system with a revised bracket that will fit the iPad 2’s somewhat slimmer design. If you already purchased an OnBeat, don’t worry, you can request a replacement bracket at http://www.jbl.com/OnBeatipad2. Make sure you use the promo code “BRACKET.” The device will cost you $150.

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World’s first remote-controlled gaming computer

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Meet the world’s first remote-controlled gaming computer. It’s built from a Thermaltake case and built on top of a motorized, remote-controlled base. Oh and there’s also a robotic arm. Now that’s what I call a computer.

Sadly it doesn’t shoot lasers, but I’m sure that is just one mod away from happening. This one could be R2-D2′s long lost cousin. I’m pretty sure I saw this thing in a Jawa Sandcrawler.

SMK PadDock 10 iPad Speaker Dock

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

SMK has introduced a new iPad speaker dock called the PadDock 10. This iPad speaker dock has custom-designed oval speakers with high-energy neodymium magnets for sound that will fill the room. A passive radiator extends the bass frequency for a natural full range audio quality.

There’s also a switch on the side of PadDock 10 that allows you to switch between Charge and Sync modes without changing cables. The SMK PadDock 10 also rotates 360 degrees to change the orientation.

Netflix adds video out support to iPhone 4, fourth gen iPod touch

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2010

Netflix had already added video out support to its iPad app a few months back, and it’s now it is adding the same functionality to your iPhone and iPod touch as well.

That doesn’t include all iPhone and iPod touch users, however. The app will only support video out on the iPhone 4 and fourth generation iPod touch. If you’re cool with that, and we know you are, you can get the updated app for free right now.

Nationite budget-friendly Android Tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2010

If you’re looking to find an Android tablet at an affordable price, then check out the Rocktab from Nationite. This tablet is powered by a 600MHz Rockchip RK2808 processor, hence the name. The device packs in a 7-inch 800 x 480 resistive touchscreen display, 128MB RAM, and 2GB/8GB/16GB of flash storage.

Some other features include a microSDHC card slot (up to 16GB), WiFi, a USB port, a 3.5mm headset jack, integrated speakers and Android 1.5 OS runs the show.

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Altek Leo 14 megapixel Android cameraphone heads for Europe in 2011

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on October 3rd, 2010

Altek’s Android-based Leo smartphone features a 14 megapixel CCD with 3x optical zoom and 720p video. It was already scheduled for Q4 of this year in Asia, but now Altek has announced that the phone will also be launching Q1 2011 in Europe.

It will also offer a 3.2-inch WVGA multi-touch display and will ship with Google’s Android 2.1 (Eclair). It also offers Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3.5G (HSPA/WCDMA) wireless and network protocols.

Next-gen iPod touch, nano, shuffle cases surface

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

You know the drill. An Apple event is imminent and lo and behold some cases turn up online. Yep, we’ve been here before. These come from Chinese case retailer X-Doria. There’s a case for what appears to be a 4th-gen iPod touch with a camera, and one that’s described as a case for a “nano 6G,” which could be for a new iPod shuffle with touchscreen.

The iPod touch case looks like it has a curved back similar to the current model, while the nano / shuffle case looks like it will hold that 1.7-inch Apple touchscreen that was rumored last month.

Motorola Droid clone runs Windows Mobile

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2010

This Motorola Droid clone looks like a toy. And you won’t find the Android operating system here. Instead, it runs Windows Mobile 6.5. Some specs include a 533MHz Huawei Hass K3 processor, and a full sliding keyboard.

Like many cloned smartphones, this one will does dual SIMs. You also get a 3-megapixel camera, a 3.5″ touchscreen display at 800 x 480 resolution, GPS, Wi-Fi and integrated FM radio.

RetroN 3 game console plays all those NES, SNES, and Genesis games from your youth

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on July 7th, 2010

Back in the day, I played a lot of games on the Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and the Sega Genesis. I think a bunch of people out there probably have the games and controllers lying around, but the consoles are broken.

Hyperkin has unveiled a dirt cheap game console that will play cartridges from the SNEs, Genesis, and the Nintendo game system. You can finally get some use out of those old gigantic Nintendo cartridges other than taking them apart to mod.

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MSI’s new GX740 gaming notebook at Newegg and Amazon

Posted in MSI by Shane McGlaun on June 11th, 2010

The first time we heard of the MSI GX740 notebook was back during CES when the notebook was announced. The machine is now available to purchase online in the US. This gaming notebook sports a 17-inch screen.

That big screen has a resolution of 1680 x 1050. The version on sale at Newegg and Amazon uses a Core i5 or i7 CPU, 4GB of RAM, 500GB of storage, a 9-cell battery, and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

PosiMotion Helix iPhone/iPod touch gaming grip now available

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

Gaming on the iPhone or iPod Touch requires a gaming grip that looks like a Tie Fighter. Obviously. PosiMotion announced this one way back in December and now the Helix gaming grip for the iPhone and iPod touch is now available at Best Buy.

The $20 case promises to be ideal for almost any game, letting you use your iPhone or iPod touch in portrait or landscape mode, while making pew pew pew sounds.

MSI unveils i-Charger App for charging iPad

Posted in MSI by Shane McGlaun on May 26th, 2010

When I first got my iPad, I plugged it into my computer and sat there wondering why exactly it didn’t show to be charging. After fiddling a bit I RTFM and realized the reason was that the USB port on my PC only had 0.5A and the iPad needs 1.2A.

MSI has announced a fix for any computer using its mainboards that is called i-Charger. The app can recognize what you plug into the USB port to charge. When the iPad is recognized, the app will change the USB port power profile to over 1.2A so the iPad can get power.

VIA ARTiGO PC debuts with tiny proportions

Posted in VIA by Shane McGlaun on April 20th, 2010

There are many instances when computer users want a very small desktop. You don’t always need lots of power for some uses, but cramped space is often a concern on desktops and in entertainment centers.

VIA has pulled the wraps off a new SFF Pc called the VIA ARTiGO A1100. The small machine measures a scant 5.7″ x 3.9″ x 2″ for a total space of 44.46 cubic inches. That tiny machine is not much bigger than your average cell phone.



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