Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

Toshiba Libretto W100 Dualscreen Laptop

June 22, 2010

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It’s powered by a 1.2GHz Intel Pentium U5400 processor, 2GB of RAM, and Windows 7 Home Premium. And features include 1 megapixel web camera, a microSD card reader and a battery that will give you up to five hours of usage. It is planning to bring it to market for $1,099 within the next few months.



Nintendo 3DS

June 16, 2010

Supposedly the 3DS will achieve naked eye 3D by using a parallax barrier technique. It’s is compatible with Nintendo DSi, has a top screen that is 3.5 inches and a 3-inch bottom screen, motion sensor, and of coarse Wi-Fi. My only beef with Nintendo are the games. They don’t really offer good action games for the DS, but we’ll see.

Micro USB Car Charger

June 7, 2010

This genius invention turns your cigar lighter into a USB Car Charger that can be used to charge cellphones (iPhone) or MP3 players via USB.

Price: €20   |   BUY

iPhone 4 Announced

June 7, 2010

Solid Gold iPad

May 14, 2010

“Encrusted with 25.5 cts of ‘I’F’ Flawless diamonds, a magnificent total of 53 individually set sparkling gems dwell beautifully in their solid 22ct Apple logo. The rear and screen surround are made from a single piece of solid 22ct gold, weighing an immense 2,100 grams.This most luxurious ipads appearance is outstanding even down to the precise polishing to reveal its most beautiful harmonious appearance. A magnificent combination of top of the industry technology and unrivalled craftsmanship was invloved in creating this masterpiece.
The iPad is the Wi-Fi & 3G , 64GB version.
This item is of a limited edition of only 10 units to be made.”

Price| $189,000 BUY


May 12, 2010

iWatch designed by Italy’s ADR Studio, iWatch features an aluminum casing and full-color LCD screen. It has 16GB of internal storage, and could connect to the iPhone or iPad via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. And it could answer calls that come through on the iPhone in your pocket, or display RSS feeds, weather or photos. It even has a built-in pico projector for letting you show videos on a nearby wall.

Reflectius Clock

April 10, 2010

Reflectius Clock features sixty rotating mirrors that successively reflect a single laser beam at precise angles to draw numbers. By famous Art Lebedev.
The body of the clock has a complex triangulated surface that reminds of the complicated trajectory the beam of light travels in no time.

iCade – iPad Arcade Cabinet

April 1, 2010

The iCade($150) from thinkgeek, it is an arcade cabinet accessory for your iPad.
To use the iCade, gently slide the iPad into the docking cradle. The docking cradle uses a standard 30 pin connector to link the iPad to the professional-grade arcade controls. Once the iPad is in place, launch the iCade App (available free in the App Store April 3rd) and it’s game on! We didn’t want to take any chances you’d run out of juice during your favorite game, so we included a 10w USB power adapter so you can charge the iPad through any electrical outlet.


Enso ZenPad

March 24, 2010

The Enso’s ZenPad is the cheap Android tablet, starts at $155, and it’s actually shipping now. It is a five-inch, 800 x 480 Android 1.6 tablet, powered by a 667MHz Samsung 6410 processor, featuring 8GB of storage, GPS(another $25), WiFi, an external 3G adapter(another $35), six hours of battery life. That means a fully max’d out unit with GPS and 3G would set you back $210, plus $25 for shipping. Price: $155+   |   BUY


Google TV?

March 18, 2010

Recently partnered with Sony and Intel, Google wants to bring the web right to your TV.

The move is an effort by Google and Intel to extend their dominance of computing to television, an arena where they have little sway. For Sony, which has struggled to retain a pricing and technological advantage in the competitive TV hardware market, the partnership is an effort to get a leg up on competitors.

The partners envision technology that will make it as easy for TV users to navigate Web applications, like the Twitter social network and the Picasa photo site, as it is to change the channel.

Some existing televisions and set-top boxes offer access to Web content, but the choice of sites is limited. Google intends to open its TV platform, which is based on its Android operating system for smartphones, to software developers.

via NYT