Tag Archives: handhelds

New Sony VAIO VGN-UX1XN brings in Windows Vista UMPCs

Remember when the UMPCs were first coming out and they were just a whole bunch of disappintments? Well, we have come quite a ways since then, and were are coming up to the next generation of these devices. Today, Sony has announced the VAIO VGN-UX1XN. It’s intention is to let users have a fully loaded mini-pc in their hands to ...

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Toshiba 911T phone partners Oakley: W-VGA screen, digital TV, HSDPA, A2DP, 3.2MP cam, 1GB flash

Softbank announces today their strongest ever multimedia phone, the 911T manufactured by Toshiba. This slider houses a 3″ W-VGA screen (480×800 pixels) in its 17.9mm thin sliding body (4mm thinner than the Toshiba W52T slider, 51x112x17.9mm 142g). The phone runs on Softbank’s 3.6Mbps HSDPA network, receives One-Seg digital TV service, comes with Bluetooth A2DP profile so you can connect your ...

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Zoom H4 Handy Recorder lets you get out of that cramped home studio

Look at that, those things that look like they might be trying to make somehing of a tazer are really microphones. And not just any microphones at that. They are two studio quality electric condenser microphones for all of your porable auio recording needs. THe Zoom H4 Handy Recorder also has two XLR input jacks, an SD card slot, and ...

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Canon released portable electronic dictionaries w/ MP3 playback

Canon has released two new electronic dictionaries to ease your spelling problems. The Wordtank M300 and the Wordtank V300 also have the ability to playback your MP3s. So while an iPod or some other portable audio device probably does the job better, this can serve as a quick alternative. Seeing as these are first dictionaries and second audio players, the ...

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GeMei X27 Media Player wants to be a Gameboy

The GeMei X27 vaguely resembles a sleek renovation of the Gameboy Micro, but with a clumpier feel and more options. This GeMei media player is capable of playing all the most used media formats; MP3, WMA, AVI, JPG, GIF, and BMP files. And you would be right in thinking that it’s media features seem to fit in with the reset ...

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New Japansese PSP commercial has Kung-Fu style

[ev type=”youtube” data=”ujio_VSwj5U”][/ev] Sony has released this commercial for the Japanese market. Are dwindling PS3 sales in Japan scaring Sony? The commercial is a cool little parody of Japanese martial art films mixed with modern gaming technology. Tell us what you think! — Andrew Dobrow Sony Releases new Japanese PSP Ad [TechEBlog]

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Logitech Harmony 1000 Touch Screen Universal Remote: Take control

Nothing makes a man feel more like a man then having full control over the gadgets and electronics he surrounds himself with. What about a remote that looks just as cool as any of the gadgets it controls? The Logitech Harmony 1000 has a full color touch screen that, from the looks of it, looks really cool. The remote displays ...

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Philips SRM7500 SlideShow compatible remote for Vista

Are you one of the many people overly excited about the new media center capabilites that are built into Windows Vista? Philips has begun to make its SRM7500 remote that is Vista compatable with a built in display. The display makes use of the SlideShow features to display information pertaining to what you are doing on the computer. While the ...

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Sony’s leather-bound designer eBook adds limited edition class to a blank template

Looking forward to Valentine’s day, Sony has announced its limited edition Dooney & Bourke leather-bound PRS-500U2DB  portable reader. This  eBook  has all of the same specs as the normal Sony Reader, except for its textured leather cover and exorbitant price. The eBook will also be shipped in a special edition red box packaging, adding those little touches to make your ...

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Commodore 64 To-Go: Retro gaming on the run

Sure, NES was the introduction to video games for most children of the early 90’s (born in the mid-late 80’s), but what about those of you born in the late 70’s and early 80’s? True, many of you would likely answer Atari or some equally low-bit system, though a nice chunk of you probably remember playing the old C64, the ...

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