HP Pavilion TX1000 Tablet PC to be released next month: Hasta La “Vista”, baby

With the official release of Vista for public use looming ahead, so does the release of the HP Pavilion TX1000 notebook. Featuring a touch-sensitive 12.1 inch widescreen display, a built-in webcam (mmm…amateur porn), fingerprint biometric reader, and a removable DVD burner, among other equally gadgety gizmos, the TX1000 is one hot momma of a laptop. We happen to love the ...

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An audiophile iPod? Is it possible? MSB says it is.

Audiophiles are always the first to complain about the lack of music integrity instilled with the less then CD-quality sounds that the iPod allows. We don’t really care whether our headphone wires are gold plated or not for better conductivity, but something like the iLink seems like a good idea if your willing to shell out the money. MSB promises ...

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Nettou Boxing gloves: Wii boxing without a screen

We know how people are crazy about Nintendo Wii Sports, treating 2 parts of the wiimote as boxing gloves. Now how about bring this super fun game to the streets? No TV, no power adapter, no Wii, all you need is a pair of these Nettou Boxing gloves and an I-don’t-care-what-you-think attitude. Pop in your batteries, choose between Training or ...

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Hanakotoba: Find out what your flowers are thinking about

Japanese toys are creative, they’re so creative that sometimes they’re scary. E-revolution’s Hanakotoba (translation: flower-talk) is a doll that reads and vocalizes the flowers’ mind when you touch the pedals (or the leafs), all you have to do shove this probe into the same vase with flowers. You can choose from the 3 color schemes, and each of them will ...

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Toaster Guitar Amp: Rock ’em til they’re burnt

We don’t know how the idea of turning toasters into guitar amps happened to spring to life, and we’re not sure if we want to know, but the result is one unique design for a rockers gear collection. Built on a simple foundation of a input/output jack, a 9 volt battery, and a small speaker, the Toaster Amp is a ...

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Gearfuse Plumbers: Pantech’s W51PT nailing Japanese taste

The Gearfuse Plumbers got ┬átheir hands on some leaked photos of what’s supposed to be Pantech’s (the largest phone manufacturer in Korea after Samsung and LG) unannounced W51PT for Japan AU KDDI’s EV-DO Rev.A network. The main display should be a 2.4″ QVGA, camera is a 2.1 Megapixel CCD with autofocus, One-Seg DMB tuner and microSD slot are built in ...

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iPod Vending Machines collect iProfit galore

What is the world coming to? iPod vending machines?! Yeah..sure it’s ridiculously cool to be living in a world where you can grab an iPod from a vending machine, but who in their right mind would invest $400 in a machine that most of us are afraid to put $2 in to get a back of chips or cookies? Another ...

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Replace your Big Gulp with iPod Cup Holder FM transmitter

With so many iPod FM transmitters out there already, it must be really hard for companies to come out with new features; Trinity managed to pull it off with the Cup Holder FM transmitter. This transmitter is different from the others in that it holds your iPod in place in your cup holder while the others are letting your iPod ...

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SpiceHood warp speeds your kitchen to the future

So you’ve seen it in the movies, someone is making dinner (probably pasta), and they drop too much of one ingredient into the sauce. Maybe this has even happened at your house (but not by you, of course). The SpiceHood takes care of this problem while serving other purposes simultaneously. It is a cooker hood that has an integrated spice ...

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