In the first photo, we have the MV70 and two other MagicStation desktops that are unknown right now. In the second photo, there are the MX, MZ, and NZ models pictured.
Sure they are more or less only going to be available in Korea, but some of the stuff these machines can do is pretty amazing. The coolest thing is that now all of the MagicStation machines can it the EZ-BLU button on the front, and the machine will scan itself for slowdowns, problems, and other things that either are or could affect system performance, and then they connect to a server to see how to fix it.
Just imagine a swarm of robots attacking you, each of them on your own, you could stop with two fingers, but a whole swarm, and you’re done. Well they aren’t quite attack robots, but they are small, less than an ounce in weight and under a quarter-inch cubed in volume.
Is it just me, or do those “treads” look like small rubber bands? Anyways, they are really small and only run off three really small watch batteries. And the whole swarming thing, yeah, that’s how they are supposed to work, but its to accomplish various tasks, not to eat you alive.
What does it do? It backs up your cell phones contact list. It doesn’t require anything other than that I assume the phone has to be on, other than that, connect it, hit the backup button, and bam, your done.
You can even restore the contact list with the touch of a button. You’ll notice there is no computer involved anywhere in there, even though you can connect it to a computer if you want.
Viewsonic has added four new LCD monitors to its product portfolio. The first three are widescreen display modeled VA1926w (19"), VA2026w(20"), and the VA2226w (22", 21.6" viewable), while the VA926 (19") monitor is a 4:3 format display.
Verizon wireless will make the Novatel Wireless USB727 available for purchase on October 5th. The USB wireless modem features an integrated microSD slot that allows user to use the modem as file storage (like a thumbdrive).
Nokia announces its plan to introduce a WiMAX capable N800 Internet tablet by early next year. Intel has a hand in this plan by contributing its “Baxter Peak” WiMAX chip that will be implemented into the device.
You've probably noticed that our Vincent travels a lot. He gets to go out and have all of the fun while the rest of us sit in our offices and work. I had the pleasure of finding out that it's not all fun and games on the road. I left my hotel this morning at around 10am and on the plane by noon. I got back to Indianapolis around 1, I got home just in time to switch out my clothes for some new ones and make an appearance at a family gathering before hitting the road again.
Where did I head this time? I left on a four hour road trip to Chicago for the opportunity to play Rock Band before it comes out. I got to where I was going at almost 2am, however, I pulled into the wrong hotel and found a little surprise.
Two nice things about this submarine, the first is it stays pressurized at 1 atmosphere, or basically what it is on the ground. The second is the fact it doesn’t require fuel, its all electric.
Two bad things are, the 2.5 hour battery life, and the 14 hour charge time. But 2.5 hours in a submarine is probably a rush that is worth the 14 hour wait. There are 4 motors, two for thrust, or forward motion, and one for up and one for down.
There is the 14.1” F8S that weighs 5.5 pounds. It has a C2D T7500 processor, 2GB of DDR2, 1GB of Turbo Memory from Intel, a Radeo HD2600 mobile with 512MB of video RAM, 250GB HDD, WiFi of the a, g, and n varieties, and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR.
Next is the R2E, a 7” UMPC that has an 800x480 resolution. It has Intels 800MHz A110 processor in it, along with the 945GU Express chipset which were made for UMPCs. It also has 1GB of DDR2, 80GB of storage via an HDD, 802.11G, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, HSDPA, GPS, and a 1.3 megapixel webcam.
Two new things, the first is a new bundle with Forza 2 and Marvel Ultimate Alliance. The second is a new Xbox 360 Core system.
The new Core system will have HDMI, a 256MB memory card, a wireless controller and 5 Xbox Live arcade games. No word on what price point it will retail at, but I would assume the same one the current Core system is going for.