Archive for Aug 28, 2008

LG Scarlet LG7000 HDTV: 50,000:1 contrast & optional Bluetooth

LG announced their Scarlet LG7000 HDTV today, a 1080p LCD with an intelligent backlighting system that, through reacting to ambient light conditions, can save up to 69.5-percent of the power usually required.  A 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, TruMotion for reduced picture blur and 24P Real Cinema for high-definition film playback all add up to a response time of just 2.7ms.

 

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LG X110 HSPA netbook: Live Images

LG unveiled their new netbook, the X110, at IFA 2008 today, and while as expected it’s based on the MSI Wind, the company has added lashings of connectivity that push up both usability and price.  That includes a choice of built-in 3G HSPA and GPS modules.

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Fujitsu AMILO Mini Ui 3520 netbook announced: Live Images

Fujitsu have today finally confirmed their netbook, the AMILO Mini Ui 3520, at IFA 2008. Measuring 32.2 x 17.5 cm, the Mini Ui uses Intel’s Atom 270 1.6GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and has a choice of 60GB or 80GB hard-drives from launch, with a 120GB option coming in December. As previewed, the Mini Ui has interchangeable lid covers with five colors available from launch, together with a clear cover for you to sandwich photos in the lid.

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JVC NX-BD3 is all-in-one Blu-ray system

JVC NX-BD3 is all-in-one Blu-ray system

The Blu-ray format is struggling a bit to catch on in the mainstream and it will continue to do so until prices drop considerably. However, the emergence of several home-theatre-in-a-box systems as of late shows promise for things to come. And the JVC NX-BD3 is one such system that might help pull more consumers into the Blu-ray fray. 

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Silver Nintendo DS Lite spotted

Silver Nintendo DS Lite spotted

It looks like the silver Nintendo DS Lite rumors may be true. A leaked Best Buy ad features the yet to be officially announced silver DS for $129.99.

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ReWalk uses robotics to help paraplegics walk again

ReWalk uses robotics to help paraplegics walk again

Sometimes I'm just amazed by technology and this is one of those moments. ReWalk uses motorized leg supports to help people that do not have the use of their legs to walk again. Now that's tech done right!
 

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Aly and AJ to release guitar controllers

Aly and AJ to release guitar controllers

If you've got a teenage girl at home, then chances are you've been exposed, at some point, to teen rock idols Aly and AJ. The blonde sisters have their own album, have starred on television programs, and are now releasing their very own guitar controllers.

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Samsung hard drive is size of a business card

Samsung hard drive is size of a business card

It seems like technology is getting smaller and smaller each and every day. This Samsung hard drive could fit in your wallet--well, if your wallet is particularly fat--and it can run off of your USB port.

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Creative to show off new X-Fi Go! mobile sound card

Creative to show off new X-Fi Go! mobile sound card

Creative is expected to be showing off their new Creative X-Fi Go! Mobile sound card this week at IFA. The card is an update to the companies Soundblaster Play! and offers users a sound card that they can port between computers and take with them on the go.

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Teddy Bear Flash Drive now available

Teddy Bear Flash Drive now available

Who knew a flash drive could be funny? What started out as a USB flash drive mod, is now a device you can actually buy. Yes, it's a flash drive in the shape of a decapitated teddy bear. Need I say more?

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Nintendo talks about Wii Fit shortage

Nintendo talks about Wii Fit shortage

Since its release, stores have been having trouble keeping Wii Fit on their shelves. While many areas are still having trouble keeping actual Wii's in stock Nintendo has issued a statement (to MTV of all places) regarding the lack of Wii Fit's available in stores.

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BlackBerry Storm and BlackBerry Thunder are one in the same

BlackBerry Storm and BlackBerry Thunder are one in the same

As you know, sometimes when a mobile device is released on two different carriers, they sport different model numbers. However, a complete product rename for a different carrier is somewhat unheard of. Even so, that's precisely what RIM has done with the BlackBerry Storm 9530--it is also the BlackBerry Thunder.

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