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BenQ MW512 Compact 3D DLP Video Projector for Japan

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on March 6th, 2011

BenQ will be releasing the MW512 Compact 3D DLP video projector for the Japanese market. This one is designed for schools, offices or home theaters and the BenQ MW512 can project a 60-inch wide screen with 2D or 3D videos. Whichever you like.

It measures 265mm x 210mm x 100mm and weighs in at just 2.6Kg. It also features WXGA resolution (1280×800) with a 4000:1 contrast ratio and a 2800 ANSI lumens brightness. The BenQ MW512 Compact 3D DLP video projector will cost you 98,000 Yen in Japan (or $1,190).

Panasonic announces new compact camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2011

Panasonic has announced two camcorders for those of us with an active lifestyle. These models aren’t for couch potatoes. They offer a durable build, 1080p video recording modes, electronic image stabilization, mild waterproof/shockproof casings and high-resolution megapixel still pictures.

They go by the names of HX-WA10 and the candybar HM-TA20. The HX-WA10 is designed for shooting outdoors and in rainy conditions and can capture 16-megapixel still images. The HM-TA20 has a waterproof, shockproof and dustproof design and a Night View mode for dim lighting. The large 3-inch touchscreen LCD display that should make using it super easy.

Olympus announces SZ-10 superzoom, VR-330 and VG-110 compacts

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2011

Olympus has announced the SZ-10, which features a wide 18x 28-504mm zoom lens, a 14-megapixel image sensor, 3-inch LCD display, TruPic III+ image processing and support for Eye-Fi wireless cards. The SZ-10 will cost you $249.99 when it ships in March.

The VR-330 is priced at GBP159.99 ($258) in Europe. It lacks the newer image processing of the SZ-10, but for the price you get a 12.5x zoom lens and the same 14-megapixel image sensor. Both cameras offer 720p video capture, HDMI-output, and a dynamic 3D mode. There’s also a version of the VR-330 that ditches the 3D mode and sells for $199.99, called the VR-320 and it will ship in February here in the states.

Apple Compact Wired Keyboard Discontinued

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

Bad news for some Apple fans. Apple has discontinued their Compact Wired Keyboard. The part number for the keyboard is MB869LL/A and it has been removed from Apple’s store. However, you can still purchase the Apple Compact Wired Keyboard on Amazon for $49.99 if you really want one.

This keyboard features a compact design of the Apple Wireless Keyboard along with a few USB 2.0 ports. The wired numberpad version is still available.

Nikon announces Coolpix S80 compact camera

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2010

Nikon has announced the S80 compact camera, a 14-megapixel shooter powered by Nikon’s Expeed C2 image processor. Nikon has gone so far as to include a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen with the S80. You can expect the Coolpix S80 to arrive this fall for $329.95 in red, black, blue, pink, gold, and silver/brown.

Some of the specifications of the S80 include that 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen display, 14-megapixels image sensor, Expeed C2 image processor, 720p HD movie recording, Stereo microphone and a 5x zoom.

Canon launches SELPHY CP800 Compact Photo Printer

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2010

Canon isn’t all about cameras, they’ve also just released their latest compact photo printer, the SELPHY CP800. This one is the successor to the CP780. One interesting feature of the new printer is a shuffle function that randomly selects photos from the memory card and combines them into a single 4×6-inch image. You feeling lucky?

The CP800 features a new 2.5-inch tilting LCD display, an optional battery pack, and also a Bluetooth adapter to print wirelessly. The SELPHY CP800 plays nice with both Windows and Mac and will cost you $100 in black or white.

Dell unveils compact WM311 wireless mouse

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2010

If you’re looking for something new in a mouse, check out Dell’s new WM311 wireless mouse. It’s compact and not bad looking, plus it’s nice and cheap at just $30.

This handy travel-friendly mouse delivers 1000 dpi optical tracking, a nano USB receiver with “concealed, fold-up storage,” and comes in black, red, white or blue. As far as cheap mouse products go, you could do much worse.

Creative Inspire S2 speaker system

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2009

CreativeIt’s a common problem. You want quality audio, but your space is limited. Creative’s latest Inspire S2 speaker system may be the solution for you. Especially if you are never without your notebook or MP3 player. It boasts exceptional audio clarity from its two high-quality speakers and the Creative DIRECT-THROW subwoofer delivers dynamic mid-bass.

Each satellite speaker is only slightly larger than a tennis ball, but is still capable of full-bodied audio. You can adjust the bass level to suit your taste using the control knob on the subwoofer. Includes Line-In input and a gain-adjusted AUX-In input.

Ripple LOOK PC

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on July 8th, 2009

Ripple LOOK PCIf you are in the market for a PC that won’t take up much space,(Like none at all) then the new Ripple LOOK PC might be the one for you. It measures in at just 215mm x 235mm x 69mm. The mini desktop is powered by either an Intel Atom N230, N270 or N330 processor, 1GB or 2GB RAM, and a 160GB or 320GB hard drive.

We love the size, but they went the extra mile and also made the Ripple LOOK stylish, which we appreciate. Sadly for your desk, the Ripple LOOK PC is only available in Korea at the moment. No price info yet.

Synology intros compact DS409Slim four-bay NAS

Posted in Media Servers by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2009

Synology intros compact DS409Slim four-bay NASSynology’s freshly announced DS409Slim NAS keeps things nice, simple and compact. Small? Yes, but you’ll still get four bays for 2.5-inch drives of your choice (up to 2TB total). The company says that using 2.5″ drives increases tolerance for physical shocks, reduces power consumption and results in a smaller footprint. Lower power consumption also allows the cooling fan to stay off “under normal operating conditions” with even four drives installed.

Specs include a 1.2GHz Marvell processor, 128MB of RAM, two USB ports, and one eSATA port. It also features DLNA certification and support for UPnP and other features. It will start shipping this month for about $400.

Panasonic’s SDR-H80 Compact Digital Camcorder

Posted in Panasonic by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Panasonic’s SDR-H80 Compact Digital CamcorderPanasonic fans have some new gear to get excited about. Here’s the new SD compact camcorder from Panasonic. Weighing in at just 300grams, this video recorder features a 60GB HDD, and a SDHC port so you can easily record video on both the HDD or SD Card.

You’ll be able to record 14 to 54 hours of video on it’s 60GB HDD (in XP to LP mode) or 1 hour 40 minutes in XP Mode on a 8GB SD Card.
 The Panasonic SDR-H80 also boasts Panasonic’s O.I.S Image Stabilizer with 70x optical zoom, face recognition software, and a YouTube Video mode. You’ll also get a 2.7-inch LCD monitor.

PSC: Playstation Compact camera

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on December 18th, 2008

Playstation Compact cameraEveryone has been waiting on news of some magical PSP phone from Sony. It may be awhile, so in the meantime, Petros Stambolis has gone ahead and designed a new Playstation Compact, a digital camera that looks like a PSP was cut in half.

Sony should probably consider making this one, though I’m not sure how it would go over. It has some pretty nice features. The PSC (Playstation Compact) implements the Digital Living Network that allows you to share photos, videos as well as sharing real time screen time with a PSP. Pretty interesting even if it does look chopped in half.

Sanrio unveils Hello Kitty ultra-compact laptop

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2008

Sanrio unveils Hello Kitty ultra-compact laptopJust in time for Christmas, you can get this latest HK branded piece of gear to go with all of your other HK purchases. It’s nice to know that aside from ushering in the apocalypse, the kitty is also weathering the economy nicely and still enticing young girls.

The Hello Kitty C1 is equipped with Windows XP Home Edition SP3, a 120 gigabyte hard drive, 1 gigabyte of RAM, a 10inch display, and comes with pre-installed software including Open Office, Firefox, Skype. The Hello Kitty C1 is available now for $890.95.

Medusa compact HDMI hub

Posted in HDMI by Conner Flynn on March 26th, 2008

Medusa compact HDMI hub
When will HDTV manufacturers include more than a few HDMI ports on the back of sets? I don’t know, but right now there is a real need for HDMI hubs and switchers. Here’s some info on a new compact HMDI hub named Medusa. It actually looks pretty nice, and supposedly it will be reasonably priced.

Some specs: HDMI Spec 1.3, Compliant HDCP Rev 1.2 Spec, Wide Frequency Range : 25MHz – 225MHz, Supports 12-bit deep color up to 1080p, CEC support, HDMI 3 out port. There isn’t very much info aside from that, but they should start showing up in about a month.