Mobile

Wireless Wii sensor bar available

Tired of all the wires uglifying your sweet console setup, but unwilling (or unable) to mod it, build one from scratch, or make do with cheap alternatives? You’re in luck, as someone has built wireless Wii sensor bars, and is selling them for $24.99 (plus $5.99 shipping and handling). They claim it will run for 48 hours on one 9V ...

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D-Link Wireless Pocket Router gives you wireless where it wasn’t

We’ve all been there. You show up at a relative’s house for some holiday (you’d much rather be somewhere else), you bring your laptop in hopes of connecting to AIM, and when you arrive, no wireless. They do have the internet, but you would have to sit at their tiny desk in order to plug the ethernet into your laptop. ...

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52-in-1 with Bluetooth, who knew there were 52 cards?

So, did you know that there are 52 different media card formats floating around out there? Neither did we. That’s because, in a practical sense, there aren’t. Technically, there are, but that’s counting stuff like CF I, CF II, Extreme CF, Extreme III CF, Ultra II CF, HS CF, XS-XS CF, CF Elite PRO, CF PRO, CF PRO II (those ...

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Powerstick USB gadget charger

We’ve all seen the USB flash drives with the little display on front to let you know how full your drive is with your precious data, and The ECOSOL Powerstick might look identical to one of those. If you look closely, it has a little icon of a gasoline tank, what’s that about? The Powerstick serves as a charger for ...

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New Wifi Router Covers Your Whole Neighborhood

Well, almost. The new AS-8800 wireless router from AlphaShield provides 108Mbps speeds over a range of 1,200 feet indoors and 3,900 feet outdoors. In addition to its tremendous range, the AS-8800 comes equipped with 5 GigabEthernet ports, a Stateful Packet Inspection firewall, USB print server, VPN support, and a dedicated CPU for optimal P2P performance. It’s also capable of prioritizing ...

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WildCharge wireless charger

It is amazing that this concept is even possible, but scientists Nicola Tesla proved it was many years ago. The WildCharge (which isn’t available for sale yet) is the charger that saves the problems everyone experiences with charger cords. It’s the direction we are destined to follow, many things (if not everything) will eventually become wireless. Just look at new ...

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HTC Vox: The smartphone with sliding QWERTY

Most electronic companies would shudder at the thought of putting a clunky QWERTY keyboard onto one of their productive and sleek smart-phones, pompous jerks. But with the first details (well actually rumors) coming in about HTC’s Vox is that it will come sporting a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which from the pictures, actually looks to be a nice little addition, ...

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Don’t get lost again with PSP GPS

The GPS Receiver for the PSP will launch Thursday in Japan, for a price of $60. Why do you want GPS on your PSP? Because you keep getting lost walking aimlessly around the world while playing your PSP, of course! Wait, you don’t get lost walking around the world? Well, then you could Geocache! Have fun playing your PSP while ...

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Pantech IM-R110 Cellphone, Swivel What Your Momma Gave You

One thing I’ve learned from watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through my childhood, was the phrase “if you have it, flaunt it”. Much like Carlton and his crazy swiveling hip dance, the Pantech IM-R110 (another Korean made mobile) adds a crazy swivel screen to it’s crazy t-shaped body. Along with it’s love it or hate it design, comes the ...

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Release of First UWB USB Hub Imminent

Belkin has announced that their Cable-Free USB Hub will be released in mid-December. The device employs UWB (Ultra-Wide Band) technology to transmit data from USB devices to your computer. Belkin claims the hub can reach speeds of up to 480MBps at a range of up to 30 feet. The Belkin Cable-Free USB Hub will retail for $200, and will be ...

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