Archive for January, 2008

SurfaceSound Compact Car Speaker Phone

SurfaceSound Compact Car Speaker Phone

If you’re one of those people who talk on their phones while driving you really need to get with the program and hang up or get something handsfree. You’re a road hazard and no matter how skillful you think you are, you’re not. The SurfaceSound Compact is a product you should look in to.

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nVidia Quadro FX 5500 is badass

nVidia Quadro FX 5500 is badass

This card isn’t for gamers, well, it could be, but not really, and its not for the faint of heart either as most Quadro cards cost a small fortune, but for those working in industries that work with models and graphics that have hard core requirements the Quadro line holds what you need, this card is no different starting with a full gigabyte of video RAM.

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Honey, Sony shrunk the Blu-Ray laser

Honey, Sony shrunk the Blu-Ray laser

Check out this 3mm thick Blu-Ray laser that Sony and Nichia came up with. Not only will it allow for smaller, more compact drives, but its also expected to help in the effort to drive Blu-Ray players and burner prices down. Maybe they’ll even get down to HD-DVD player prices so we can all find out which one really is more popular.

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Rock Band instruments to be sold separately

Rock Band instruments to be sold separately

I got a copy of Rock Band with all the instruments for Christmas, and other than one weekend where I played for nearly 30 hours straight, I haven’t played much (its hard to get my band mates back together). But one issue we had was the 4th guitar, there were only 3 of us, but if a 4th came along to play, we would have had some issues, and having a duel was out of the question.

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Sony Joins HP’s DVD manufactured-on-demand Service

Sony Joins HP’s DVD manufactured-on-demand Service

I got bored reading the overwhelming video-on-demand news these days, not to mention writing one, but may be this MOD from HP is something interesting because I didn’t know its existence till now! Pity me. The DVD manufactured-on-demand service from HP allows retailers to custom order niche and older DVD titles online that’s not available on the video market. Call me old timer, I never heard of DVD manufactured-on-demand service before. The latest news on the street is HP has reached a licensing agreement from Sony, the first Major Studio to support the MOD.

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