Gadgets

The Hybrid Laptop Case solar charges your laptop

CES 2007 is 5 days away and counting and more details are pouring through the wire as the 8th approaches. Eclipse Solar Gear is said to be displaying it’s Hybrid Notebook Case which not only looks like it could secure a laptop through a nuclear war, but also has the very cool feature of charging your laptop through solar panels ...

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Maker of White PS3 Mod now offers red and silver

Everyone who keeps up with the tech blogosphere and isn’t blind has seen articles about the White PS3s being sold on eBay for an exorbitant amount of loot. The same guy who was the think tank behind the White PS3 is now offering the console in Red and Silver colors. Both are still in the design and concept stage, but ...

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Common sins of cellphones

Taiwanese premier cellphone news site PhoneDaily recently published a survey result of what users considered to be the common blindspots of cellphones today, interestingly most of them can be applied to all markets. The list is as follows.

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Leadertone’s GPS3000 looks for great success at CES

The new GPS3000 by Leadertone is set to be shown off at CES, and boy does it have some showing off to do. This GPS navigator is actually more than just a GPS; its a media powerhouse. Its capable of playing videos (WMV, ASF, and AVI), music, (WMA9, MP3, and WAV), and pictures (JPG, GIF, BMP and PNG). A very ...

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O’Neill H3 Series Video Backpack: look, no hands!

Do you ever have one of those moments snowboarding that were just amazing, but when you get back to the lodge to brag to your friends about it, no one believes you? Well ONeill allows you to get your bragging rights back with the H3 Series Video Backpack. This backpack for the action sport enthusiast is first off perfect for ...

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Bluetrek ST1 Bluetooth headphones add overly large exoskeleton

Wireless, specifically Bluetooth, headphones are starting to pick up momtentum, and for good reason. No one really wants to worry about that annoying wire that allows the person next to you to rip the headphones out if they want to talk to you. Maybe you should get rid of that per son sitting next to you instead. Either way, the ...

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SonyEricsson W200i prototype floating around

We know that it is only in a matter of days before SonyEricsson would issue their first product announcement in 2007. So we spotted this W200i prototype floating around online. Supposedly this would be a low-end Walkman phone with Walkman 1.0 interface, Memorystick Micro (M2) slot, 176×220 CSTN screen (screen type to be confirmed), a basic VGA camera and FM ...

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Walletex: an MP3 player with your credit cards

So now that the Zune has come out, everyone is griping about how big it is compared to the iPod. Then take the Nano compared to the iPod. Then take the Shuffle compared to the Nano. Once you get to the Walletex compared to the Shuffle, that’s where we stop. The Walletex is currently the slimmest/thinnest MP3 player, and its ...

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Vakaadoo iVak nano cases slim down what was already small

It’s a welcomed feature: less material. Nobody wants more bulk. The new Vakaadoo iVak cases for the iPod nanos deal with this concept in a very nice way. They accomplish what a case is meant to accomplish in a stylish and efficient manner. Vakaadoo has make a slim case to fit with the very slim design of the nano. And ...

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