Archive for Jan 13, 2006

National-Matsushita Steam Foot Spa

National-Matsushita Steam Foot Spa

This National-Matsushita steam foot spa comes with hand warmer. When you warm up the foot, it warm your hand at the same time. Unlike other foot spa, this uses steam. there is only one cup of water (100ml) needed. You can control the steam temperture to 42-46C. Foot size max is 28cm.

O’Neill gives backpack a high tech touch

O’Neill gives backpack a high tech touch

Wouldnt anyone would want a backpack that do it all. O'Neill's H2 doesnt do everything you want, but it does control an ipod, charge a gadget, and answer cell phone. It has solar panels on the back pack to charge an iPod, mobile phone or Bluetooth module via a USB recharging system. For hands-free calling, a built-in microphone is placed in the shoulder strap and headphone jack is on the chest pocket. When the user receives a call, the iPod transmission is automatically interrupted, pausing the music until the call ends.

RCA Lyra X3000 Personal Multimedia Recorder

RCA Lyra X3000 Personal Multimedia Recorder

RCA Lyra X3000 is a portable video/audio with 3.6" bright TFT LCD and capable of high-speed transfer of media from several video sources. This includes compatible DIRECTV digital video recorders. With DIRECTV2Go, you will be able to get the programming information along with the content. The home theater docking base is useful for timed recordings from different sources. With storage of 20GB, the RCA X3000 will be able to store roughly 80 hours of videos, as well as play MP3/WMA audio files and JPEG photos. Priced at US $399, the RCA Lyra X3000 is available now.

Sony Vaio VGX-XL100 Viiv media PC

Sony Vaio VGX-XL100 Viiv media PC

Intel has been pushing into a media pc market with it's Viiv platform. Sony have released the first viiv based PC with its Vaio VGX-XL100. The media PC comes with a Pentium D 920 at 2.8 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 250GB drive, dual-layer burner and HDMI out. Read more about it at Sony

Hasselblad’s super camera, a 39 megapixel camera

Hasselblad’s super camera, a 39 megapixel camera

The H2D-39 is the first 39 mega pixel SLR camera in the market. Featuring a 2.2-inch OLED display, with new color correction technology with high-tech, a beautiful silver and black coating look. Wondering about storage capacity on this camera? dont worry, it uses hard drives as its storage. However, it comes with a high price tag, it cost $31,000. Hasselblad is also offering the CF-39MS, a modified version of the other camera. This one is specifically designed for taking multiple exposures. It'll cost you $40,000 for this one.

Logitech Cordless Desktop S 530 Laser Designed for Mac.

Logitech Cordless Desktop S 530 Laser Designed for Mac.

A comfortable ultra-flat keyboard that matches any of the new Macs has been released at CES, featuring a set of dedicated buttons to control iTunes, an estimated 6 months battery life, a precision laser mouse, Two USB ports, and a battery level indicator. For $100 USD this keyboard/mouse combination will look nice in your desk.

First ExpressCard Product Released.

First ExpressCard Product Released.

Apple decided to trash another old-timer from its new line of computers, like the floppy drive Apple will discontinue the PCMCIA port from its MacBook computers, replacing the old port with an ExpressCard port. As a result many PC manufacturers will follow the trend and dump their PCMCIA support too, and the first product for this new port will be a Memory Card Reader from Buffalo, the MCR-4/EX card reader will handle MMC, SD and Memory stick Pro/Duo Memory cards. At a retail price of $26 it’s a good investment if you consider the higher transfer rate.

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A Dual-Core FX-60 And The End Of Socket 939

A Dual-Core FX-60 And The End Of Socket 939

Intel's recent introduction of the Pentium Extreme Edition 955 has boosted Intel's reputation in the marketplace. This is due, in part, to the chip giant's new 65 nm process, which has helped to set a new performance threshold. However, Intel has only had a few days to bask in its glory: AMD's dual-core Athlon 64 X2 5200+, which is also AMD's last Socket 939 device, bests almost all of Intel's performance superlative claims, according to our benchmarks. The Athlon 64 FX-60 features include the integration of two processor cores into a single die, each of which has a 1 MB L2-cache, and a 2.6 GHz clock speed.

Read full review at TomsHardware.com

Sony’s Walkman Phone Accessories

Sony’s Walkman Phone Accessories

With the new release of W810i Walkman Phone, Sony also showed the MPS-60 portable speakers and the MDS-60 Music Desk Stand in CES this year. The MPS-60s are just 1.9x2.2x1.66 inches and come in gray, white, orange and silver. Simply plug the speakers into any music phone and off you go. It uses the phone as power source. The MDS-60 is 2.1x4.7x7.9 inches and comes in silver, white and orange. It can plug into the wall or run on batteries and can be folded up to take with you anywhere.

Epson’s Intel Core Duo Laptop

Epson’s Intel Core Duo Laptop

You might think it's unusual for Epson to make a laptop, but Epson does manufacture desktops and notebooks for the B2B market in Japan. Epson's Endeavor NT9500 Pro available with a Duo Core T2300 or T2600 (2.16Ghz), with flexibility to customize the RAM, storage capacity, and others. The entry level model boasts a T2300 Core Duo running at 1.66GHz, 512MB of DDR2 RAM, 40GB hard drive, and SXGA screen (1400x1050 resolution), and a DVD/CD-RW combo drive.

It’s a car, no it’s a toy, no It’s COMPUCAR!

It’s a car, no it’s a toy, no It’s COMPUCAR!

Have you ever get tired of PC that looks just like, well PCs. Apparently you dont have to feel that way anymore if you get a CompuCar. It looks just like a model car where you can display proudly beside your monitor.

"Compucars are smaller in length and width than an average keyboard. 7.5" wide, 18" long, and 7" tall. Compucars are roughly 1/3 the size of a normal desktop computer. Compucars feature the best components available. Each car is cooled with a 80mm stealth case fan and a low profile copper cpu heatsink and fan."

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Maxtor’s Factory-Moded Raptor HD

Maxtor’s Factory-Moded Raptor HD

A dream for those people who like to modify or enhance their computer systems. This clear-top HD will deliver serious horsepower, with a 6MB cache and a 150GB capacity. This drive was created exclusively for performance whores who want to have the best looking system in town. This wonder may not come cheap at a price tag of $350 USD but the results are well worth it.

[via biosmagazine]

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