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Logitech Revue drops to $199

Posted in Logitech by Conner Flynn on May 15th, 2011

Logitech hopes to move a whole lotta units of its Google TV hardware by dropping the price of the Revue to $199 at Amazon. The $100 price drop is likely to help make a path for future hardware based on Android 3.1 and it also makes this the least expensive Google TV hardware yet.

It may also have to do with much lower than expected sales and they are hoping to make sales jump in the next several weeks. The device should be upgradeable to Android 3.1.

Sony’s PSP Go drops to $150

Posted in PSP Go! by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2011

The PSP Go came and went. It wasn’t what you would call a smashing success. And now Sony has officially knocked another $50 off the handheld’s list price. That follows a similar $50 price drop back in October, making the handheld $150.

So what do you think? Will this new low price make you buy one? Probably not, but you can let us know in the comments below. That money may be better spent on a 3DS.

Amazon Kindle drops to $189

Posted in kindle by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2010

Look at this. Just hours after Barnes & Noble came out with a $149 WiFi-only version of its Nook and a $199 3G Nook, here comes Amazon hitting back in a move that should cut into B&N’s sales.

Now the $259 Kindle 2, with global 3G and the 6-ink E Ink display, is now the $189 Kindle 2. Aside from that you can also enjoy free 2-day shipping. Which will you go for? A nook or a Kindle?

Microsoft cuts Zune HD prices to fight competition

Posted in Zune HD by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2010

Over the past few days Microsoft has silently cut prices on the Zune HD through an at least temporary promo. Microsoft’s media player now costs $190 for a 16GB model at Amazon. That’s $32 less than the original price. The 32GB model has also dropped to $250.

Microsoft’s very own store has dropped its prices as well, to $200 for a 16GB Zune HD and $270 for a 32GB edition. It’s looking like a great time to buy a Zune. Walmart and some other retailers are also closely matching those prices on Amazon.

Dell Adamo gets $500 price drop

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2009

Dell Adamo announcedThe Dell Adamo is an impressive laptop. If it has one major problem, it’s the price. We hear ya. Times are tough Dell. How about a little stimulous plan or something? Well, Dell may not feel your pain, but it does want your money so they’ve lowered the price in order to get it.

The starting price for the 1.2GHz Adamo has been reduced from $1,999 to $1,499, while the high-end model with an SSD and a 1.4GHz processor is down to $2,299.

Sony PlayStation 2 $99.99 starting tomorrow

Posted in PS2 by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

Sony updates the PS2 in Japan removing power brickIt’s official. Starting tomorrow you can get the aged Playstation 2 for just $99.99. Just like we told you yesterday. So stop denying yourself and go play some of those old games you’ve been missing out on.

Good news. Unless it’s Sony’s idea of an April Fools prank. Probably their way of bolstering the numbers this fiscal year. Who cares, we all win.

PS3 price cut coming soon?

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2009

PS3 price cut coming soon?An analyst with Janco, Mike Hickey, says that a major price cut for the PS3 could be on the way in the next few days. According to Hickey (Who I’m assuming has no marks on his neck) the price drop needs to be at least $100 to get retail sales moving again.

If it doesn’t happen, Sony console sales are expected to continue to decline. This wouldn’t be a huge surprise, but we’ll have to see what happens.

Music Drop MP3 projector concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2009

Music Drop MP3 projector conceptHere’s a concept design you don’t see everyday. The Music Drop Player is an average MP3 player, with one difference. It uses a projector instead of a small screen as a display. This way if you want to see the track info, just push a button and project the info on a wall.

The projector would be bright enough to show on almost any surface like walls, tables, or even your own hand when you’re traveling. Oddly, it displays the information in a spiral pattern that forces the user to turn their hand around or tilt their head just to read all the info. With this device, you would get an on/off switch and iPod-style buttons for skipping tracks, rewinding, fast-forwarding, and volume control.

DimP: Browse videos by dragging objects on-screen

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2008

DimP: Browse videos by dragging objects on-screen
Here’s something that should revolutionize the way we edit/browse videos in the future. It’s courtesy of Pierre Dragicevic and Gonzalo Ramos, the pair who created it. Now you can browse video clips by interacting with moving objects on the screen instead of having to use a slider. DimP stands for Direct Manipulation Video Player and it’s pretty awesome.

Best of all, you won’t have to modify or convert your video in any way to use the technology. The player knows the movements in videos and shows you the motion of an object. This allows you to drag objects so that you advance or rewind the clip. It’s pretty cool to watch in action and should make life easier for video editors and the rest of us who just like to play with cool stuff. Check out some videos below.

The Drop lamp from Andromeda

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2008

The Drop lamp from Andromeda
This lamp from Andromeda has an awesome look. Andromeda is the company name, but this one could have just as easily come from the Andromeda galaxy. The Drop Lamp combines Murano glass mastery and engineering in a suspended lamp that looks like a droplet of water frozen in space. It has an organic, futuristic look that is simple and elegant.

The natural characteristics of Murano glass means no two lamps are identical. They are all unique works of art. Well, as they point out, if you drop them the result is always the same, a million shards of broken glass and a huge chunk of money out of your pocket to replace it. These have a really cool design and they actually do look like they are about to drop, which might make you a bit nervous.