Archive for Dec 22, 2008

Lexicon announces the I∙ONIX series of USB desktop recording interfaces

Lexicon announces the I∙ONIX series of USB desktop recording interfaces

Lexicon has just announced their new line of I∙ONIX Desktop Recording Interfaces. The UNS-enabled I∙ONIX U22, U42S, and U82S were designed to bridge the gap between your keyboard and monitor. Equipped with analog inputs and dbx microphone you are just a few steps away from laying down your own tracks.

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Western Digital released firmware 1.01.01 for WD TV HD Media Player

The does-it-all WD TV Media Player that reads not only HFS+ but also FAT32 and NTFS was proven buggy in its initial rollout. That’s to be expected for a media device with such broad range of playback-ability. Interested parties hold up for better firmware fixes and supports now can get their hands on one, with more added features that you could possibility imagine.

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CyberPower announces new line of Power Video HD workstation PCs

CyberPower announces new line of Power Video HD workstation PCs

CyberPower has announced that they are launching their new Power Video series of PCs that will include the XE, XT and XL models. These PCs are eared towards editors, students and professionals who work with HD vide. These powerful PCs offer either a NVIDIA or AMD graphics card and ram capabilities of 4GB, 8GB or 16GB.

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Oversized horn speaker stands 8-feet tall, not you ordinary phonograph

Oversized horn speaker stands 8-feet tall, not you ordinary phonograph

Entertainer tours with oversized loudspeakers but true musician makes use of custom-made instruments. The Specimen speaker is one of the kind; shapes like an extra large phonograph, the horn stands 8 feet tall, made of customized crossover and the Eminence Beta-12CX 12-inch coaxial driver that is easily driven with high efficiency output.

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PS3 to get 3D enabled with Blitz Tech, work in progress

PS3 to get 3D enabled with Blitz Tech, work in progress

3D technology is taking its toll on Blu-ray player, live sport game and soon will grow into PS3 game console. Not a rumor, source has reveled Sony’s plan to support stereoscopic 3D gaming and Blu-ray 3D movies on their bread-n-butter PS3 game console next year with Blitz Games Studios’s Blitz Tech 3D engine.

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Meebo adds support for Facebook and MySpace

Meebo adds support for Facebook and MySpace

For those of us who would like to have all of our instant messaging services open but do not like having all the windows open and do not want to download yet another application, Meebo is the perfect web-based instant messaging service.

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Focal rolls out new waterproof AquaTune series iPod active speakers

Focal rolls out new waterproof AquaTune series iPod active speakers

The iPod waterproof armor expert, Focal Corp, has updated its AquaTune series iPod waterproof active speaker with AquadTune nano 4G and AquaTune v2. Both the Aquatunes maintained the seamlessly clear polycarbonate enclosure and are O-ring sealed to withstand water resistant of up to 1 meter for 30 minutes (IP67 certified).

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New Moto Multi Navigation System is based off one slick compass

New Moto Multi Navigation System is based off one slick compass

The Moto is a Multi Navigation System designed by Jeongmin Ok. This sleek looking navigation system is based of the design of a compass. As odd as that sounds, this device concept just looks so beautiful. Depending on what car you have this device just may make your ride look bad.

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The Antec Sonata Elite claims to be extremely quiet

The Antec Sonata Elite claims to be extremely quiet

Many of us, especially gamers get sick of the loud noise our desktop PCs make, that’s why Antec has created the Sonata Elite. This case has silicone grommets that are use to reduce vibration by a significant amount and in the end reduce the noise put out by your desktop.

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XCM Dominator arcade style joystick for PS3

XCM Dominator arcade style joystick for PS3

If your anything like me then arcade sticks are the only way to play your favorite fighting games. Luckily for PS3 owners there is a new arcade style joystick available.  This is kind of odd as the mainstream video games have turned to first person shooters and the PS3 doesn’t not have many fighting titles to begin with.

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BagTV handbag has more substance than style

BagTV handbag has more substance than style

Have you ever got into the argument with your significant others about it’s not just another handbag, it’s Louis Vuitton or it’s not just another HDTV, it beams 24hz at 1080P? I’m not making a sexist remark but you know that topic surfaces quite often, right? But could you possibility imagine two of these devices live in harmony? A handbag with a built-in display? Seriously, it does but only in Britain.

BagTV offers a range of handbegs for geekiest chick with more substance than style. It features an integrated 7-inch screen on the side with ability to play videos, music and images from an attached multimedia player.

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5D Mark II price drop? Not so, Best Buy offers an Instant Discount

5D Mark II price drop? Not so, Best Buy offers an Instant Discount

You know it’s hot when the device are selling at Ebay for as much as 20-percent more than its asking value. If you’ve just discovered the 5D Mark II Digital SLR with one-of-its-kind full HD 1080P video feature, and you got to have it for the Christmas; try calling around local Best Buy electronic chain stores, or using the their online tool to check for store availability.

Most online and B&M camera stores are shut off with pages-long waiting list on the 5D sequel, two of my shooting buddies actually turned to Best Buy and got theirs last weekend. To sweeten the deal, Best Buy is running a five percent discount on the 5D mark II right now; no debate scheme, no cut-out coupon but an instant discount of $135 worth. Good enough to counter the sale tax at some States, yes?