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Clear launches new WiMAX router with integrated WiFi

Posted in Modems by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2010

CLEAR has launched a new modem to use with its WiMAX service for the home or small-office users. It features an integrated WiFi b/g/n radio for sharing the 4G connection with several users, a Beceem BCS5250 WiMAX chipset, internal 5dB average gain antenna, an Ethernet port and a WAN port for using the router with a cable/DSL modem.

The device is now available for $120 or $7 per month. You can get month-to-month or two-year agreements, with service plans starting at $35 a month and you can add CLEAR Voice for $15 a month.

Clear adds Mac-friendly 4G/3G modem, 4G routers

Posted in Modems by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2010

Mac users have some good news today. Clear has announced some 4G networking hardware with a focus on Macs. The Sierra Wireless-made 4G+ Mobile USB is its first dual 3G and 4G modem that supports Macs and gives them an EVDO data connection fallback when 4G coverage is poor or non-existent. It will work with Mac OS X Leopard or later and will cost $115 outright or $6 a month.

The Spot 4G is a 4G-only mobile router for those who like to stay in Clear’s coverage. It shares WiMAX with up to eight other devices over W-Fi. The Spot 4G+ is just a rebranding of Sprint’s Overdrive with a 3G option and up to five devices sharing the network.

Retro Thing Clear Classic USB Joystick

Posted in gaming accessories by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2010

The folks over at Retro Thing, well, they love retro things as much as we do, so they’ve released their own version of the classic Atari 2600 joystick. This version is made from clear plastic and when you plug it in it lights up with a blue LED glow.

The Clear Classic USB Joystick package includes the Stella Atari 2600 emulator and over 80 games. Classics like Pacman 4K, Seawolf, Atari 2600 Soccer, Ladybug, and Invaders Plus. The joystick is compatible with almost any emulator that runs Atari, Amiga and Commodore software and even supports MAME and modern games that use a standard USB joystick.

Clear to launch two new VoIP-enabled WiMAX modems

Posted in WiMAX by Conner Flynn on January 15th, 2010

If you live in the magical land of WiMAX service, Clear has two new modems for you. Both feature built-in ATA compatibility which means if you have Clear Voice VOIP you can jack your phones straight in. The Gemtek Series G is available in Vegas, and the Motorola CPEi 725 Series M is available in Portland.

Both cost $69.99 or $5 per month on lease. Both modems will be available to new Clear customers but it is unknown if they will be available as an upgrade for current customers.

Transparent Lexus makes you feel naked behind the wheel

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2009

Transparent Lexus makes you feel naked behind the wheelHere’s something that I guarantee you haven’t seen on the road. A transparent Lexus. It’s pretty amazing to behold. It was born from a collaboration between Lexus and Japanese architect Huzimoto Takeshi. Were talking a true one-of-a-kind, now you see it now you don’t Lexus LF-A wearing a shell of transparent acrylic.

As cool as it is, there’s no way you could drive it. You’d feel all naked and like you were riding in thin air. It’s more of a work of art. How cool would this car look in the rain?

Glassy Glassy cell phone concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2009

Glassy Glassy cell phone conceptTokyo-based designer Mac Funamizu is at it again. This time he has come up with a concept design for a phone that Wonder Woman would love to have in her invisible jet. The Glassy Glassy cell phone concept.

The entire phone is transparent until you turn it on. That’s when the screen and keypad light up so you can press the buttons accordingly. It’s sure to get lost easier and blend into its surroundings. Where the battery is, I have no idea. Hopefully, its stronger than glass.

Samsung’s first Wimax device spotted

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on March 26th, 2009

samsung-mid-with-wimax-rm-engToday Samsung shared some details on the unannounced SWD-M100 Mondi mobile Wimax device for the Clear network via their RSS feed. According to the company, the Mondi features a touch screen and can access the Internet via Clear’s mobile Wimax network.

Based on the above picture, the Mondi is a slider, with a slide-up screen that reveals a four-row QWERTY keyboard, very similar to the Nokia N810 Internet tablet. It also sports a D-pad and some function buttons on face of the device. Neither Samsung or Clear has announced this device, so we have no idea when it will be available.

LG GD900 transparent phone

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2009

LG GD900 transparent phoneThe LG GD900 has just been unveiled, and the transparent keypad phone is a real looker. It’s definitely a first. The phone is just 13mm thick and features a slide out keypad that’s see through, knocking the iPhone dead as far as cool looks. It may be crystal clear, but the LG GD900 keypad will still glow if you are in the dark.

There aren’t many details about what’s going on inside other than HSDPA, but it’s due out Q2 this year. We do know that there’s a second camera on the front for video calls, and we’re guessing it’s also a music phone, with a proper headphone jack and may have Dolby Mobile inside.

Clear iPhone case makes your 3G naked

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2008

Clear iPhone case makes your 3G nakedSome things are good clear. Water, windows. Some things not so much. Wonder Woman’s plane comes to mind as well as this clear iPhone 3G case. We don’t have a problem with clear cases, but the guts inside have to look cool, otherwise what’s the point?

You’re either gonna love it or hate it. Yes, it’s missing the camera and some other stuff. The case is manufactured by a company in Russia. It’s not a bad idea as you will definitely want to stand out from the rest of the black iPhone using world, but damn the inside of an iPhone is fugly.