The E-rope is designed by Chul Min Kang and Sung Hun Lim, is a modular power strip which can be twisted about to better accommodate cable gore with large, bulky plugs. It's just more safer and definately more better in looks. Buy one for your own use.
This Eurocom model spots a 17-inch monitor, performing at 1920 x 1200 resolution. It comes with a dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800 processor and nVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX graphics card. This helps a lot in serious 3D performance, in terms of gaming and video. It also comes with DVD burner, 802.11a/b/g, DVI out, and 4-in-1 card reader. Only drawbacks for the laptop is the 5,200 RPM hard drive and 1GB of 200MHz DDR RAM, which does not make it faster than a DELL XPS. However, if you are budget concious and wouldn't mind carrying a 15-lbs laptop, this is certainly for you.
Bored with the same old white iPod skin. Now theres a new skin product called the Gelaskin. These skins are made with vinyl that protect your iPod video/nano/mini/4th generation from nicks and scratches. It doesn't even leave any weird bubbles on your iPod. The GelaSkins’ can be removed and put on other iPods, they have a residue-free adhesion. They cost about $14.95 per piece
Do you love colorful objects and playable toys. Well, Lacie has now made it a reality, this brick type hard disk enclosure by Lacie make storing much more fun. It is a new hard drive to back up and store your video, mp3, and office files. It also comes with USB 2.0 to transfer all of your files. It comes 160GB (white $99.99), 250GB (red $129.99), 300GB (blue $169.99) and 500GB (red $349.99). Honestly, your boss wouldn't think of you of being a heavy toy fan.
Obviously you would have heard of the Red and Blue version of Pokemon, then the later Gold and Silver version of Pokemon. Right now theres already a 18K GOld and Diamond covered Original Game boy. Costs $25,000 if you are the true fans of a small LCD screen and definately something you are not gonna bring out of the display cabinet, this is what you need.
There's a recent rumor about the new Xbox 360 to include the HDMI function. So if the 360 were to actually have a HD DVD drive, then the internal HDMI port would most likely serve its purpose. It's projected that HD DVD hardware prices to fall over the years, so it is possible to have two drives to be shipped in one box. Nothing is sure for now until a couple of years.
Averatec is finally jumping in the dual core mobile computing bandwagon, with their new AV170-EC1. The specs for this laptop are the usual AMD Turion 64 X2, with 100GB 7200 RPM drive, 2GB of RAM and a substandard WXGA+ (1440x900) 17 inch display, 5-in-1 card reader, ExpressCard. Gigabit Ethernet, and a 1-inch thick 7.2 pound shell. THe price is pretty good, at $1150, it should fit most budgets and its pretty value for money, even though it isn't the best offer in the market.
Sony would be releasing a possible UMPC-killer, the Sony UX180P. It sports a more powerful processor, higher-res screen, integrated keyboard and EDGE. However at a price of close to $1800, it is too much for the normal consumer. Considering the UX180P to be double the price of most UMPC, would the UX serve its function? The answer is not available for now and we would be able to see the outcome of the Sony UX180P in the future.
Trinity Audio Group is attracting budget conscience music producers and podcasters around the world. It is based on the Compulab's CM-X270L, the Trinity, along with a variety of open source audio applications, such as on Linux, inclusive of Audacity and Escasound, helps them in developing their own graphical frron-end. The specs seems to be usual, that includes a 6.5 inch TFT running at 640x480, 128MB RAM, 20GB hard drive, built-in WiFi, two Neutrik combo jacks, and a purported four hours of battery life. It will be ready to be shipped in October for $1000.
Defects are common in most products, but dangers from a thumbdrive, thats really new. Lexar is recalling all 66,000 of its defective thumb drive due to the risk of causing burns to consumers and property damage. Lexar, in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling a total of five different models, the 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB JumpDrive FireFly and the 1GB JumpDrive Secure II. According to the CPSC, 66,000 of the faulty units were sold between April and May of this year. although so far no injuries have been reported, consumers are advised to stop using affected models immediately.