A computer featuring a 1GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM , and a 30 GB HD may not be something out of the ordinary this days, but being almost the size of a dollar bill sure is our of the ordinary. With a scratch protecting case and a really good battery life it makes a good on-the-go product. All this at a cost of $1900 it may not be cheap but the possibilities are endless.
A game console in a car is not something new. We've seen PS1 and PS2 in a car with TV, but a custom work to put them in are required. Nissan decided to work with Microsoft to make a car that come equiped with an Xbox. The concept car was made by Nissan Design America and will have its debut at the North American International Auto Show on January 9 2006.
Hmm…my initial thought is that the “Glowing PEBL” is the consumer version of the more expensive PEBL. Then again, who knows what Motorola has in mind? As far as the RAZR PDA goes, this should be interesting because according to the device on the slide it looks like an ordinary RAZR. The Israeli website Gadgetim didn’t provide additional info; so this is the best that I can give until more info is revealed.
There's probably not a single person in the technology world that hasn't heard of the Samsung D600. On the second thought, there are always those who've been living under a rock. If you've ever wanted to see what this thing was really made of, read on...
The Samsung SGH-D600 is an upped version of the D500 which includes an awesome 2MP camera, a bright and brilliantly colored screen, and features that will make you forget it even has any faults. The phone is capable of taking in microSD/TransFlash card up to half a gigabyte to store those high-resolution 2MP pictures and videos. The D600 comes with a 128MB card for extra storage, and 55MB of internal storage which is well enough for the average user.
Razr has been quite popular since it's first launch. Motorolla have released a newer model of Razr called V3x. This phone have two built-in camera, which capture still and moving images combined with a VGA camera for 2-way video calling. It's available now in most countries for around $699.
These chopsticks let you fill them any liquid such as soy sauce and dispense them on demand by squeezing them. It is made from polypropylene and ABS, which is not very durable. It cost $21 for two pairs. More details on the product can be found here.
Small enough to fit in your pocket, the ASUS J202 phone combines an MP3 player, Megapixel camera, FM tuner, and several games into a sleek silver/black package. This clamshell phone has 128MB memory as well as USB support. Plus, a “BMI calculator” is included to let you check and see how healthy you really are. Asus is well known as the 1-tier motherboard maker, but now they seems to be making everything.
CHINA will publish its long-awaited policies on third-generation telecommunications, assign frequencies and grant licenses next year, Wang Xudong, head of the Ministry of Information Industry, told a conference in Beijing yesterday.
Though industry insiders have long been predicting that 3G technology would be employed next year, Wang's remarks represented the first formal announcement of a timetable by a high-level official.
The minister also reported that China's phone users will increase by almost half to 1 billion in 2010, and that the information-technology sector will generate 2.26 trillion yuan (US$280 billion), accounting for 10 percent of the country's total gross domestic product, thanks to the emerging 3G market.
We all have our love and hate with the oldie look of a Thinkpad laptop. Well, Lenovo finally decided to change IBM oldie feeling of Thinkpad to a more modern approach and introduce a Titanium Thinkpad. The Thinkpad Z60m has a 15.4-inch XGA widescreen comes with integrated Verizon Wireless Broadband Access and priced at $799. Also look for the Z60t, claimed to be thinnest and lightest widescreen notebook in its class. At 1.1-inch think and 4.2 pounds, it’s got a 14-inch screen and cost $1,099.