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Akai AISS010 All-in-one Home Theater System

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2009

Akai AISS010 All-in-one Home Theater SystemThis Akai AISS010 All-in-oneHome theater system has it all. We’re not sure, but there may even be a place that spits out movie tickets, in case you miss the theater.

Some features include: Docks and charges iPod, Compatible with CD/ DVD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP3/WMA/VCD/JPEG/DIVX/MPEG4, AM/FM radio with digital readout, HDMI 1080P, Supports USB and card audio playing, Built-in DVD player, LCD clock display, Composite video, S-video, Y, Cb, Cr video output, Supports all iPods, Digital coaxial & optical audio output, VFD Multi-function display, Automatic age lock and screen protection function, Remote control unit, 2.1 + 1 track power output (double sub-woofer), 4″ x 4 + 5″ x2 bass speaker 40w + 20w*2 (RMS 10% THD).

Panasonic Japan announces HD video-conferencing system

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

Panasonic Japan announces HD video-conferencing systemPanasonic Japan announced a video-conferencing system dubbed the KX-VC500. It will allow you to use HD-quality screens for communicating. It’s pretty interesting and takes the video conference to a new level. Connections will be made over the web and allow for HD-quality video going both ways.

It doesn’t come with a microphone and a camera however, so you’ll have to use an HD camera of your own choosing. You can use the unit with any HD screen and it has an RGB interface and two HDMI ports. A remote control is included.

Elektromotive unveils billing system chargepoint for EVs

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2009

Elektromotive unveils billing system chargepoint for EVsElectric vehicles aren’t exactly everywhere, but that’s not stopping Elektromotive from positioning themselves for future profits. The firm has just unveiled the first-ever billable charge station for EVs. It’s a three phase chargepoint that can supply up to 32 amps at 240V.

The station is called the Elektrobay and is equipped with a 2-way GSM service called EBConnect, which lets users with specialized key fobs and the like just wave their key, get a charge and be invoiced later. The new billing system will be installed in all 160 Elektrobay units in the UK.

Pioneer AVIC-F310BT In-car Entertainment System with GPS

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

Pioneer AVIC-F310BT In-car Entertainment System with GPSMeet Pioneer’s AVIC-F310BT in-car entertainment system which also features GPS capability. It’s currently priced at €799 and features a removable touchscreen display, an FM radio, a CD player, USB connectivity, and Bluetooth support.

With the Pioneer AVIC-F310BT, you’ll be able to travel through 44 European countries without any worries of getting lost. The device will also give you free TMC traffic updates and comes with an SD memory card slot so you can update the POIs in the system whenever there is a new update available.

Xbox 360 motion-sensing tech really ZCam’s system?

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

Xbox 360 motion-sensing tech really ZCam's system?The other day we told you about the rumors about Microsoft’s Wii-killing, motion-sensing Xbox 360 add-on set to debut at E3. Well, now Ars Technica thinks they’ve played with it a full year ago. Ars thinks that the new Xbox 360 motion sensing system is based on the ZCam 3D camera, made by a company that was later purchased by Microsoft.

If true, it sounds good. Ars was impressed with the tech when they got a hands-on with it back in January of 2008. And Microsoft has had a long time to work with it, so chances are it’s even better now. It makes sense to us, but we’ll have to wait and see what’s what when E3 arrives next month.

Epson intros next-gen Ensemble HD Home Cinema System

Posted in Epson by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2009

Epson intros next-gen Ensemble HD Home Cinema SystemIt’s been a while since Epson launched an HTIB. About two years. So it’s about time for this. Today, they intro’d their next-generation Ensemble HD Home Cinema. It’s updated to include the PowerLite Home Cinema 6100 or Home Cinema 6500 UB.

Both will include a motorized 100-inch screen, surround sound, an AV controller with built-in DVD player, universal remote and nearly all components needed to install. What’s interesting is that there is no Blu-ray player, which is a no brainer. What were they thinking?

Solar Powered Home Theater system

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on April 19th, 2009


Solar-powered gadgets are nothing new. But a solar powered home theater system? It’s appropriately named the “Guiltless Green Home Theater” and was manufactured from scratch by Home Theater Specialists of America (HTSA). It’s the first of its kind and has some surprising specs.

For one thing it will give you up to 19 hours of video and audio playback even if the sun isn’t shining that day. They didn’t sacrifice quality either, with a Sharp projector, a 100″ Stewart Filmscreen, six SpeakerCraft in-wall speakers, an Integra AV receiver, Monster Cable wiring, Lutron lighting, and Universal Remote Control.

iBUYPOWER intros Intel gaming system Power 906, under $750

Posted in iBuyPower by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2009

iBUYPOWER intros Intel gaming system Power 906, under $750iBUYPOWER has teamed up with Tiger Direct to launch the new Gamer Power 906, which sports an Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 Processor, 4GB DDR-2 RAM, Nvidia 9600GT1GB GPU, 500GB SATA storage and 600-watt PSU. It’s an affordable performance system with enough juice for graphic intensive games.

The components inside the Power 906 are housed in a roomy NZXT Alpha Chassis with a silent cooling solution, professional cable management system, clear side panel and is preinstalled neon lights. Not bad for under $750.

HexoLight 3000 LED lighting system for Guitar Hero

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2009

HexoLight 3000 LED lighting system for Guitar Hero Are you rocking as hard as you can? Maybe you can rock harder with your fake guitar. The HexoLight 3000 Sound Activated LED Lighting System can help. This lighting system will add a whole new dimension to the game how you enjoy the game, with pulsating colors that flash according to the game’s beat.

There are three colors in all and no roadies are required to set them up. Red, yellow and blue, in an octagonal shape. You can customize the different shapes and configurations and you can control the sound threshold as well as speed of the flash.

FineDrive iQ500 personal navigation system

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2009

FineDrive iQ500 personal navigation systemThe all new FineDrive iQ500 personal navigation system is powered by an ARM11 600MHz CPU with either 4 or 8GB (SD Card) of memory and support for SDHC cards (up to 32GB).

This gadget also offers a 7 inch (800×480) touchscreen display, Windows Embedded CE 6.0, DMB TV Tuner, and a PMP. The device weighs 370grams and measures 186mm x 120mm x 24mm. The FineDrive iQ500 is currently available only in Korea. No word on when or if it will come to the US.

Paintball Turret System, oh the pain

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2009

Paintball Turret System, oh the painIt hurts just looking at this thing. If you actually have to face the Paintball Turret System on the paintball battlefield, you are in for a world of hurt. It outguns anything else you’ve got and I don’t think you’ll be able to get close enough to take the shooter out. Unless you’re crazy enough to run straight up to it and that’s not a good idea since it can shoot 34 balls a second. That is gonna hurt.

This paintball turret system can be configured as a wired or wireless platform and it’s even portable for quick backpack style deployments and can be controlled with heads up displays up to a half mile away. It’s a devious project. Only one who seeks paintball domination the world over would come up with such an invention.

Marantz CR502 all-in-one music system

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

Marantz CR502 all-in-one music systemMarantz, known for its luxury hi-fi output, has announced the CR502, an all-in-one music system. The CR502 consists of two stereo amplifiers, each with 2 x 25W, adding up to 100W of music output and comes complete with a CD drive and DAB tuner.

You’ll also get a variety of inputs and outputs that includes a USB 2.0 port. It’s all packed into a compact aluminum chassis. The CR502 will also give you a clock radio and alarm with sleep functions. This all-in-one will cost you about GBP 499.

AirMan Tire Repair System gets you home safely

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2009

AirMan Tire Repair System gets you home safelyFlat tires stink. specially if you don’t have a spare with you. You could drive home with 3 tires and a rim, but that just leads to a shower of sparks as you tear up the asphalt and ruin your rim. The AirMan Tire Repair System will fix your flat tire “at the touch of a button”.

It works by injecting some kind of sealant into the flat tire while inflating it at the same time. So it should be a useful thing to keep in your car. They claim that it’s fast and give you safe driving for 200 miles, which should be enough to get you where you need to go.

Boston Acoustics Horizon i-DS3 speaker system

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2009

Boston Acoustics Horizon i-DS3 speaker systemIf you’re in the market for a new speaker system for your iPod or iPhone, you might want to give Boston Acoustics Horizon i-DS3 a look see. It features 100 watts of stereo sound and will keeping your iPod/iPhone charged when connected. The “soundbar” has a 2.4GHz wireless subwoofer that features a downward firing enclosure design and frequency response of 35Hz-150Hz.

The mini remote control will keep your lazy butt well away from the i-DS3. Connectivity options include S-video, composite video output and auxiliary input. The Horizon i-DS3 will be available in March.

Prism 200 system lets you see through walls

Posted in Radar by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2009

Prism 200 system lets you see through wallsThis cool new ultra wide band radar system was developed by UK based company Cambridge Consultants. Working like a pair of X-ray specs, it will let you see through walls. Sadly, only moving objects can be seen, but it can detect breathing movement and even a beating heart.

Happily, that should include bouncing breasts, you know, should someone be working out on the other side of the wall. I’d hate to miss them just because this system only sees moving objects. The software in Prism 200 allows the user to remotely observe the scene in a 3D view and you can do the usual rotate the room/building to whatever angle you like.