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Another iPad 2 case shows up with slots for mesh speakers

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on December 24th, 2010

We recently saw some leaked pics of new iPad cases for the next-generation Apple iPad, and interestingly they had a large opening at the bottom of the case. Some speculated that it was for larger speakers or a built-in SD card slot.

Now another iPad case has surfaced that shows the rear with a metal mesh for an iPad speaker. This comes after recent reports hinted that the slot is for a speaker instead of an SD card slot.

NZXT Bunker USB Lock System

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2011

The NZXT Bunker will help prevent expensive USB equipment from being stolen. The Bunker provides four USN ports beneath a locking mesh lid, allowing you to lock your USB devices down to prevent them from being unplugged.

The device will fit conveniently into a 5.25-inch drive bay and the NZXT Bunker USB Lock System goes the extra mile, as it also supports a sophisticated 20 keylock system that prevents users with the same device from unlocking the lock.

Apple’s next-gen iPad to get iPod touch-like back, wide-range speaker?

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

Take this one with the usual grains of salt, but according to Chinese sources the next iPad will have a 3-mm reduction in bezel width, the same 9.7-inch display size, and will have a flattening of the back allowing it to rest better on a desktop. It all sounds very plausible, right?

There’s also a “wide-range speaker” covered with “metal mesh”. The overall unit is said to measure 239 x 186 mm compared to the current iPad’s 242.8 x 189.7 mm footprint. Word is that the new iPads will begin shipping from factories in January.

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C-3PO Bespin backpack now available for Pre-Order

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2010

Remember in Empire Strikes Back when Chewie had to carry a dismembered C-3PO around on his back? Well, now you can too. Sort of. As a backpack. And it’s available for pre-order from ThinkGeek. Made from golden leatherette, Threepio comes with a mesh pouch with backpack straps for holding all of his appendages, and the torso features a zippered pocket for storing stuff inside him.

It would be awesome to carry your iPad in this. Well, if your idea of awesome is to see a lot of people pointing and laughing at an adult nerd. The eyes even light up and flicker, and he can be fully assembled into a 3+ foot tall protocol droid.

Google Buzz Brings Social Widget to Gmail

Posted in Google by Darrin Olson on February 10th, 2010

The Google press conference we heard about on Tuesday, as expected, brought us a new social networking “widget” called Google Buzz. The new feature integrates into Google Gmail with almost no setup whatsoever and provides a way to share and keep up on information with friends or the general public.

By going to the Google Buzz website users can quickly add Buzz to there Gmail account where they can see a feed of posts from others and posts their own statuses, all integrated with the existing Gmail inbox. Users can choose to share these with just their closest friends through the application or to everyone. Google even gets users started by automatically having them follow the contacts they chat and email with currently through Gmail and Google Talk.

Omega GM-1: Real drum set for Rock Band

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on February 1st, 2010

Sure, there are some mods for using a real drum set with Rock Band or Guitar Hero, but Omega Music Technology’s new GM-1 system is the first off-the-shelf option, which is great if you are DIY challenged. The kit is available on its own or bundled with a Pearl drum set. The system is equipped with individual sensors that detect each and every drum hit with “speed and accuracy”, so it should be pretty reliable.

You won’t have to worry about the neighbors or other members of your family getting annoyed either as there is support for mesh heads and a dampening system for the cymbals. If you go for the actual drum set package, you’ll also get some authentic drum heads. Omega even says that the system is a great way to learn to play the drums.

Bike Tent: Ride a bike, pitch a tent

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2009

Bike Tent: Ride a bike, pitch a tentHow many times have you been riding your bike when you’ve said to yourself “Gee, I sure wish I could park this baby and pitch a sweet tent”? Maybe it’s because you want some alone time. Maybe it’s the safest place that a 30 + year old guy can listen to Hannah Montana without getting teased. Whatever the reason, you now have a home away from home.

Just place your front wheel on one end while your bike frame stabilizes the other with anchor, cords, stakes, and a bag included. You get three mesh panels (2 on side, 1 on the end) that give you some ventilation and viewing windows.

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Free public Wi-Fi for one UK town

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2009

Free public Wi-Fi for one UK townLooks like a major Wiltshire town is buzzing with excitement as they are about to become the first in the UK to be able to enjoy free public wireless internet access. Swindon Borough Council plans for all 186,000 citizens to soon be swaddled under a blanket “Wi-Fi mesh” by April 2010.

With no connection charge while line rentals are free. The service will be called Signal, but here’s the catch. You will have limited access unless you pay for 20Mb upgrades. The fee is said to be “significantly less” than current broadband suppliers.

Cooler Master unveils AMD edition HAF 932 case

Posted in Cases by Shane McGlaun on November 16th, 2009

coolermasteramdhafOne of my all time favorite PC cases from Cooler Master was the Stacker wearing the NVIDIA green color for the trim. The special edition case was great for NVIDIA fans. Cooler Master has now unveiled a new case aimed at the AMD fan called the HAF 932 AMD edition.

The case has black with red trim and a clear side window with a frosted AMD dragon and AMD Fusion logo. The chassis also has red LED lights inside. Other features of the case are the same as the original HAF 932 chassis. The drive bays are tooless and the case has a removable HDD rack.

NZXT unveils GAMMA budget gaming case with nice features

Posted in Computer Cases by Shane McGlaun on October 23rd, 2009

nzxtgamma-sgNZXT has been making some nice cases for computer enthusiasts for a while now. The big thing about the company is that its cases are typically reasonably priced and offer good looks and performance. NZXT has unveiled a new gaming chassis called the GAMMA that will sell for under $50.

For that much money, you get some nice features including support for six fans. Only one fan is included with the case however. The case also has a mesh front panel for airflow and lots of wire routing options on the motherboard tray and other places.

Birdcage Backpack lets your bird come along

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2009

Birdcage Backpack lets your bird come alongWe’ve seen a birdcage backpack before, but we didn’t know where to order one. Thankfully there’s one that’s actually available so that you can bring your bird with you everywhere. Just remember, during long hikes it will get heavier by the hour as the bird poop piles up.

The Pak o Bird backpack comes in one of three sizes depending upon the size of your bird. The $129 backpack has an included privacy curtain, dragonwood perch, and adjustable food cup. The mesh exterior is see-through yet chew-proof so your bird won’t escape.

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EVGA Interview Dual Monitor System now available

Posted in monitors by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2009

EVGA InterView 1700 Dual-Monitor SystemTwo heads are better than one, so two LCD screens slapped together must be better than one. EVGA’s dual-LCD InterView is now finally available to order. It’s selling for as low as $624.99 (or $640 list price). The monitor features dual 17-inch LCDs that can be used in screen-spanning mode for an extra-wide 34-inch display, or be rotated and reoriented for users sitting across form each other gameshow style.

Each display sports 1,440 x 990 resolution, and you’ll need dual VGA or DVI inputs if you want to run it from one computer. Some other features include 8ms response time, a 1.3MP webcam with microphone, and a three-port USB Hub.

NZXT launches new M59 gaming chassis

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on July 22nd, 2009

nzxtm59-sbGamers often spend big money on their gaming PCs. Most of that money goes into processors, RAM, and video cards. However, many gamers will spend some money on a slick chassis to put all that hardware into as well.

One of the most affordable makers of cool gaming cases for computers is NZXT and the company has announced a new mid tower chassis called the M59. The case ships with two 120mm fans in the side and rear of the case and it supports five total fans.

PC-In-A-Vase

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2009

PC-In-A-VaseThis is a first. Normally we see PC guts or console guts stuffed into all kinds of things, but they are the result of hackers. This PC-in-a-vase was designed by an actual company, ECS. It’s actually an interesting glimpse into the future, when we will want to hide the PC and have it mesh more with our environment.

It has an Atom 230 system, a 2.5-inch HDD of unknown capacity, a Blu-Ray drive, 1GB of RAM and HDMI out, all in one package. Sometimes you just want a vase in your living space instead of a HTPC.

The Messenger Bag Director’s Chair

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

The Messenger Bag Director’s ChairHere’s a transformer that Michael Bay had nothing to do with. Pretty cool. Transform your bag into a chair. Because historically chairs have been tough to carry around. Which is why you don’t see too many people walking down the street carrying them. But that’s all changed now.

The Messenger Bag Director’s Chair comes with telescoping legs and a folding backrest so you can fold it down to less than 4” thick in just seconds. It’s durable too, with an aluminum and steel frame and a 600-denier nylon mesh seat supporting up to 250 lbs. The sweetness doesn’t end there however. How about an integrated cup holder and two pockets in the armrests? This chair insure that no matter where you go, you’ll always have a seat.



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