Archive for Jan 5, 2006

Sony Ericsson K750i

Sony Ericsson K750i

A phone with all the extras you want, MP3 and Video player, FM radio, a 2-megapixel camera, infrared port, Bluetooth connectivity, a nicely organized menu, and an estimated 540 minutes of talk time. The TFT LCD display has a color depth of 18-bit and a resolution of 176x220 pixels. At an initial price of $630 is a good investment for all the features you get.
 

 

A Navigation Tool with multiple choices.

A Navigation Tool with multiple choices.

The Cobra NavOne 4500 is one handy GPS for your car that will create two routes to your destination and let you pick the best one, not to mention real-time traffic information. A 5” TFT color touch screen at a 320x240 pixel resolution it is bright and easy to read even in daylight. It has a retail price of $999 USD.
 

 

Sony’s 400-disc Mega Changer

Sony’s 400-disc Mega Changer

Thinking of endless possibilities the Sony DVP-CX995V delivers what can be dream come true for any music/movie lover. At a reasonable retail price of $399 USD this unit could deliver you hundreds of hours of DVD video or CD-music. I offers an on-screen GUI for easy disc navigation and can read MP3 and JPEG discs. A must have for any DVD/CD collector.
 

 

A PalmOS that fits your budget and delivers great results.

A PalmOS that fits your budget and delivers great results.

 The low-cost Pal Zire 31 has some nice features you could expect from a more expensive organizer. With a bright color screen, infrared port, stereo headphone jack, 16MB of internal memory will let you organize your life as well as listen to your favorite MP3s. With an expansion card slot the possibilities are endless from data storage to entertainment. With a retail price of $129 USD it’s an unbeatable deal for the loads of features it offers.

Samsung to release Flash Player at CES 2006

Samsung to release Flash Player at CES 2006

Samsung will make some noise at CES 2006 with the introduction of their new flash-based YP-Z5 audio player. It will be available in two versions a 2GB and a 4GB, with a 1.8” color LCD display, capable of MP3 and WMA audio playback as well as JPEG photo viewing. It will have a decent battery life estimating 38 hours on full charge.

It will launch sometime in February 2006 with a retail price of $249 USD and $199 USD (4GB or 2GB versions.)
 

 

USB Device Cools Drinks in Seconds

USB Device Cools Drinks in Seconds

CoolIT Systems has created the perfect way to have a nice cool drink while working with your computer. This USB device will chill its cold plate to 45 degrees Fahrenheit with no external outlet needed, the optimal temperature to cool down your favorite drink. At a price tag of $39.99 and a cool design it could be one of the must-have computer accessories in the market.

CoolIT Systems: http://www.coolitsystems.com

 

 

FujiFilm s5200 Digital Camera

FujiFilm s5200 Digital Camera

A 5.1 Mega pixel camera with a Real Photo technology that will let you take images as you can see it in real life, all this thanks to the 5th generation Super CCD-HR sensor and Fujinon lens. You will get brilliant photos even in low light environments.

Features a 10.0X non-extending optical Zoom and a large 1.8” LCD and will let you choose between JPEG and CCD_RAW file formats. Overall a nice camera packed with features for the hobbyist that will give excellent results even on less than optimal situations.
FujiFilm Website: http://www.fujifilm.com

 

 

360’s Heat Problem Solved.

360’s Heat Problem Solved.

As one of the biggest operational problems for the Xbox 360 has been overheating users since Nov. 22, 2005 have tried to cool-down their console. At the Computer Electronic Show, CoolIT systems will showcase the first truly liquid-cooled Xbox 360 comparing it with a conventional Xbox 360 to show the performance and temperature difference. CoolIT design will transform the current stock cooling system into a state of the art liquid-cool system.

CoolIT Systems: http://www.coolitsystems.com

 

 

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