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35mm film 4GB USB flash drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

Digital cameras are great, but maybe you miss the old 35mm film rolls. If so, these flash drives should help you relive those days. They have a 4GB capacity, won’t get ruined when exposed to the sun and you don’t have to take them to get developed when you want your data.

The re-purposed canister of 35mm film now holds 4GB of storage. The 4GB flash drive retails for $23.99, there is also the 2GB option for $18.99.

Unstoppable is the first Blu-ray film with Android-compatible Digital Copy

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

I know. We can’t believe there’s finally a Digital Copy that’s compatible with Android. It’s about time. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced that “Unstoppable” will allow Android users to watch the movie on their Android mobile device.

It’s the first time that this has been possible with Google’s mobile OS, but just realize that you will need the disc itself, a WiFi-connected BD player, Android 1.6 or higher and the free PocketBLU app. Both the movie and app can both be downloaded today.

Wrapsol Ultra film protects from scratches and drops

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on March 19th, 2010

I have used protective films for my iPhone for a long time. I like the invisibleSHIELD line of films because it works well and lasts a long time. A new film called Wrapsol Ultra has debuted that might be better than the invisibleSHIELD stuff I normally like.

The new Wrapsol Ultra film promises to not only protect from scratches on the screen and back of your iPhone, the film also claims to protect from drops. Wrapsol claims the film is strong enough to protect the device from a drop of up to 6-feet.

Apple pulling all protective screen film products from stores

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on March 17th, 2010

You can choose from a bunch of protective screen films at Apple’s online or retail stores, but probably not for much longer. iLounge is reporting that Apple will stop selling all protective screen film products starting in May.

That includes film-only products and cases that have a protective film built into them. Apple hasn’t given any reason and hasn’t even confirmed it yet, but ironically the most popular iPod “case” in the Apple Store right now is a protective film for the iPod touch. Go figure.

Create a Stained Glass curtain with old film slides

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2010

Finally here’s something that you can do with your old film slides that is actually very cool. It’s hard to stop looking at it. You could even get creative and use the colors of the slides to create stained glass type images.

You don’t need to use any heavy duty tools either. Basically you drill some holes in the slides using a Dremel and connect them all using aluminum chainmail rings. Sounds pretty simple right? And the end result sure is pretty.

Robot Camera makes your subject smile

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2010

Sometimes it can be tough to make the subject of your photographs smile. You could make a funny face, tell a funny joke or just use this Robot Camera. This camera will take three photos from different perspectives with each shot, since its eyes and mouth are really lenses.

It’s an old school robot that uses traditional film though, no digital here. It will cost you $59.99 and comes in black or white colors. If you love robots, this is the camera for you.

Polaroid announces new OneStep film along with instant digital cameras and more

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2010

Polaroid has been busy with several new products. The most interesting is the PIC 1000, the new Polaroid OneStep film camera. Just like its predecessor, it uses Polaroid Color 600 Instant Film. It will be available at national retailers in 2010.

The newest Zink-enabled camera, the Instant Digital Camera, features 12 megapixels and 3 x 4-inch prints.Then there are a handful of LCD TVs from 42 to 65 inches in size with the Polaroid name. Polaroid is back big time.

Lenovo W700ds shows off on film

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on December 25th, 2008

Lenovo W700ds shows off on filmLenovo’s ThinkPad W700ds is pretty damn intriguing. We want one. Sadly every gadget under our tree had just a single screen. So we were happy to learn that GottaBeMobile got their gadget-loving hands on one. They were nice enough to share their knowledge of the twin screened beast.

The model they have features a 2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme CPU, 4 GB of RAM, and NVIDIA Quadro FX3700M graphics. The primary display is a 17-inch WUXGA with a 1920 x 1200, while the secondary panel is a 10.6-inch WXGA with 768 x 1200 resolution. It still looks pretty awesome to us. You can check out the video below.

15 coolest geek-themed home theaters

Posted in Lists by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2008

15 coolest geek-themed home theaters
When geeks set out to make home theaters, the results are often astounding, with some very cool themes. Often based on Sci-Fi flicks, these amazing works of art are expensive labors of geek love. I proudly present some of the cooler home theaters that have recently caught our eye.

Polaroid killing off instant film format

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2008

Polaroid killing off instant film format
The company most known for their instant film cameras and the instant film that went with them is closing it’s last film plants in Mass., a victim of the digital age. The fun instant Polaroids will soon be a thing of the past. To the horror of those who love all things retro, no more instant film will be produced.

Within the past two years, Polaroid had already stopped production on the instant cameras. The film will be available until around next year, so those who want or need more can still get it. It was only a matter of time before the 21st century caught up with Polaroid’s format. In the not too distant future, the only people interested in buying the film will be Hollywood production designers wanting to use it for authenticity in movies etc. Well, they had a good run, and captured many an embarrassing moment, the occasional ghost and various assorted naughty things. It’s been fun.