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Archos 70c color e-reader now up for pre-order in the states

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on February 6th, 2011

Have you been waiting for the Archos 70b color e-reader? The Android 2.1-powered ebook reader with the 7-inch 800 x 480 TFT display is now available for pre-order on JR.com. There’s no picture, but we can be pretty sure that it’s the same as the 70b.

The price is $149.99, but we don’t have a release date yet. It features a resistive touch screen, 600MHz CPU, 4GB Storage, WiFi, SD slot, and a 10-hour battery life.

New Game Boy emulator for Windows Phone 7 coming

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2011

Samuel Blanchard is showing off a Game Boy Pocket Color emulator for Windows Phone 7. That’s right, the Windows Phone 7 platform will soon let you play all of the old classics that you love from the Nintendo device.

The app doesn’t yet come with flash RAM management and backup features, so it won’t be good to play a game like Pokemon with this, though games like Tetris will be good. We love us some old school Nintendo.

Pandigital 9″ TouchScreen Color Multimedia WiFi eReader tablet w/ Case for $199

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2010

Pandigital has a new iPad-like tablet coming in a 9-inch form factor, shown in the FCC photo above. Looks like this Pandigital tablet will be $199.99 inclusive of shipping, via QVC. Payment can be broken down into five monthly instalments of $40 each of course.

The device is powered by at least Android 2.1, with four buttons upfront at the bottom and includes a 4GB SDHC memory card. We don’t yet know when it will be available though. Might just be a QVC exclusive for all we know.

Hanvon’s color e-reader now taking pre-orders in China

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2010

Remember Hanvon’s new color e-reader? It’s up for pre-order in China for the insane price of 3,500 Chinese Yuan. That’s $530. The report comes from DigiTimes. That’s pretty steep, but I guess they figure that the very first E Ink Triton-equipped device anywhere is worth a premium.

Whatever the reason you can pre-order the device if you happen to be in China and have the dough. Assuming you don’t mind paying a tablet price for an ereader.

Hanvon wants to take E Ink to a new level by adding some color

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

Thanks to E-ink we can enjoy a near ‘book-like’ experience on an electronic medium that also saves on battery life. E Ink technology is evolving like anything else and now Hanvon is getting ready to announce a product that will feature a color E Ink device. This device will be the first with this new type of display. Don’t get your hopes up for videos though. It’ll be more like a first gen color display that can run animations but no video.

The device will come with a large 9.638-inch touchscreen display and be available with Wi-Fi and 3G. It’s due to hit shelves sometime in March of next year and would be priced at around $440.

Barnes & Noble Nook Color announced

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2010

Barnes & Noble just announced its all-new Nook Color, an Android tablet with a 7-inch color touchscreen. B&N is calling it a hybrid of e-reader and tablet, and it even sports a full-on tablet-style UI, along with Facebook and Twitter integration.

Other features include built-in WiFi (802.11b/g/n) and 8GB of storage, but no 3G. The price is $249. For that price you get a decent screen thanks to the “VividView,” 16 million color, 1024 x 600 IPS display. Not sure how we feel about that corner handle though.

Sanyo limited edition 8-color Eneloop rechargeable battery packs

Posted in Sanyo by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2010

On November 14th, Sanyo is celebrating the 5th anniversary of Eneloop batteries by rolling out limited edition 8-color glitter AA and AAA Eneloop rechargeable battery packs in Japan. There will only be 200,000 limited edition packs available so you better hurry.

The 8 colors are purple, pink, orange, yellow, light green, light blue, silver and black. You could color coordinate those that have been charged and those that need to be charged. That’s pretty handy. It’s tough when they all look the same.

Casio Graphing Calculator with High-Res Color Screen

Posted in Casio by Conner Flynn on October 10th, 2010

Normally calculators are boring. Not anymore. The Prizm fx-CG10 hits stores January 2011 and it will change the face of calculators forever. That’s because it sports a high-resolution 65,367-color 3.7″ display.

Some cool features include: the new Picture Plot technology where you can choose one of 55 different images that the calculator graphs for you. You can also produce color coded graphs on the Prizm. You can also display your calculations on a screen without connecting the Prizm to a PC.

FCC approves Literati Color e-book Reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2010

You might remember the Literati color e-book reader from back in August. Well, the FCC has finally approved the device, so it should be available in the US market very soon.

The Literati e-book reader uses Kobo’s eBook reader OS, allowing users to purchase books from the Kobo eBook store over Wi-Fi. It features a 7-inch color LCD display.

Pocketbook announces color touch screen Android e-reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 22nd, 2010

PocketBook has announced five new models that will be released at IFA in September. They include a pair of entry-level ProBook 602 and 902 models, and the ProBook 603 and 903 premium models. The 60x designated models feature 6-inch screens, while the 90x models have a bigger 9.7-inch screen.

All models have 2GB of internal storage, a Linux-based OS, and WiFi and Bluetooth. The higher-end versions also have 3G connectivity and a Wacom touchscreen. The “entertainment model” PocketBook IQ will be available in three case color options, with a 7-inch TFT color touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, and Android 2.0.

Mac Mini gets colorful thanks to Colorware

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2010

No gadget shall be spared Colorware’s wrath. The Mac Mini is the latest to get it’s technicolor dream coat as the folks at Colorware have added Apple’s Mac Mini to their roster.

The $250 price tag is for the paintjob by itself and it’s $1,000 if you want them to provide the hardware as well. So, who is buying all these colorful gadgets anyway? Probably a handful of rich dudes with a very colorful rainbow home.

Sony lets you customize your Vaio Notebook with E Color

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on July 12th, 2010

Sony has a new website that will let you customize your new Vaio notebook with all kinds of colors. You can customize the keyboard, outer shell and even the mouse and laptop sleeve in variety of different colors.

The custom colors are only available for the Vaio E series notebooks, but maybe Sony will offer the service to other models in their Vaio range in the near future. So if you get a new Vaio, color that bad boy up.

Colorware strikes again, paints the Xbox 360

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on July 3rd, 2010

It seems there isn’t a thing Colorware won’t paint. Now you can jazz up that new Xbox 360. The color options are near limitless. If you’ve already picked one up, Colorware is charging $175 for the send-in option.

If you want to buy new, that technicolor dreamcoat will cost you $500 bucks. Totally worth it for a part red, part lime, part purple Xbox right? No one understands your sense of color like Colorware.

ColorWare wants to add some color to your TV

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2010

Not content with jazzing up your handheld devices, the folks at Colorware now want to give your TV a color makeover. LED or 3D, it makes no difference to them.

They will color the bejesus out of whatever you have. But this time, instead of mocking up your TV’s new paint job on their site, you’ll have to call with the type of colors you want to customize all over your TV. What color would you want?

EB710 7 inch Color eBook Reader looks interesting

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2010

This EB710 7 Inch Color eBook Reader looks like it could give the iPad a run for it’s money as far as looks. It has an optional FM radio with recorder, calendar, integrated MP3 player and movie playback. Nothing yet on price or availability, but we like the design. This is what more eBook Readers should look like.

There’s also a 7.0 inch TFT display (16:9 Resolution:800*480) Built-in Li Polymer(2100mAH) Touch key and Circumgyrate five-favor key Music: Image: Movie: Text: Record: high quality,general quality FM Radio(optional).