Archive for Dec 31, 2008

Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds get reviewed, bulky but powerful

Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds get reviewed, bulky but powerful

The groundbreaking dual-screen Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds is no doubt a creative and one-of-the-kind laptop replacement we’ve seen to date. Sized at 10.6-inch, the slide-out secondary screen is essentially a 2nd notebook built-in, and so does the weight and price. With retail tips over $4000, interested buyer might want to check out a few reviews before shelling out the hard dollars. Folks over at laptormag have jumped at the opportunity to get their hands on the ThinkPad, the full review is up, not wowed but managed to came away with the Editor Choice.

iHD171 HD Radio comes complete with iPod dock and iTunes tagging

iHD171 HD Radio comes complete with iPod dock and iTunes tagging

iLuv is proud to announce their iHD171 HD Radio complete with iTunes Tagging for the iPhone 3G. This radio features a dual alarm clock with TV connection capabilities, AM/FM Radio and song title display. The iHD171 HD Radio is also compatible with the iPhone 2G as well as the new 3G.

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“Big Two” continue to stomp Digital SLR market in Japan

“Big Two” continue to stomp Digital SLR market in Japan

BCN Japan took stock of the 20 best-seller DSLR in Japanese market for the year of 2008. According to the data, which accounted for 93.3% overall DSLR sale in that region; the “Big Two” held its spots, continue to dominate the cutthroat DSLR market despite threaten by the new Four-Third Standard from Olympus and Panasonic, as well as the increasingly popular Sony Alpha.

20 best seller list after the cut

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PS Audio unveils PerfectWave Digital transport and DAC for HRx disc playback

PS Audio unveils PerfectWave Digital transport and DAC for HRx disc playback

With little knowledge on computer hardware or using music server, fortunate audiophiles have been able to enjoy a new chapter of high fidelity music with Reference Recordings digital master HRx discs. Golden ears that aren’t too computer savvy now can get a taste this high-resolution masters directly for the first time in a standalone player; thanks to the PS Audio engineered optical disc transport that is capable of playing the Reference Recordings’ high definition HRx format DVD in a full 24 bits 176khz resolution.

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Steve Jobs’ rapid health decline reason for canceling Macworld?

Steve Jobs’ rapid health decline reason for canceling Macworld?

The newest rumors regarding Apple CEO Steve Jobs decision to discontinue Macworld give incite to the state of his physical health.  According to sources, “Apple misrepresented the reasons behind Macworld and Jobs' keynote cancellation.” The real cause is said to be his rapidly declining health.

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USB medical gadget takes reading of your Blood Pressure

USB medical gadget takes reading of your Blood Pressure

If there’s a voting contest for best USB gadget, this USB medical widget takes the cake; not in creative department but its usefulness. Brando’s USB Blood Pressure Monitors allow users to monitor their blood pressure on the go or keep track of its rates over a period of time with the included app.

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Fitting an Xbox 360 into a PS3 case just may make your eyes bleed

Fitting an Xbox 360 into a PS3 case just may make your eyes bleed

Well it finally happened, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 was fit into a Playstation 3 case. This May be able to fool your friends into thinking you had enough money for you, but look at it twice and you will see that there is something very strange about it. For one there is a big hole in the front.

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iLuv unveils iHD171 HD Radio with iTune Tagging

iLuv unveils iHD171 HD Radio with iTune Tagging

iLuv has announced successor to its HD radio line-up with iHD171HD, adding iTune tagging feature and a brand new look. Don’t you just love the look of the old school analog style tuning knob? Much like the previous models, the iHD171 HD Radio is compatible with iPhones and iPods; has 30 programmable presets with ability to charge a connected “i-devices”; tunes legacy AM/FM radio; and can be functioned as a dual alarm clock as well.

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Has the Intelligence Toilet II taken technology a bit far?

Has the Intelligence Toilet II taken technology a bit far?

The Intelligence Toilet II from Toto is the successor to the Intelligent Toilet II that was created in 2005.  This technologically advanced poop shoot is geared more towards women with some next level features. This toilet claims it can measure the sugar in your urine, blood pressure, body fat and will even weigh you.

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Swann’s PenCam DVR allows you to covertly record videos

Swann’s PenCam DVR allows you to covertly record videos

Swann Communications has formally announced the debut of the PenCam DVR, which secretly captures video footage and then transfers it to the users computer. This all-in–one surveillance system gives anyone the tools needed to take their own hidden videos.

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‘Help Lock’ Doorknob helps elderly people with bathroom spills

‘Help Lock’ Doorknob helps elderly people with bathroom spills

We all have to face it, sometimes elderly people have slips and falls, but what about when they are in the bathroom trying to have a little privacy? How are you to alert anyone from behind closed doors?  The Help Lock door handle provides a very simple solution to alert people when there is trouble afoot.

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$28 Three-in-One wireless keypad, Blu-ray remote and game controller for PS3

$28 Three-in-One wireless keypad, Blu-ray remote and game controller for PS3

Let’s forget about the appearance of the device from the picture for a minute. For a mere $28, you can get a Three-in-One PS3 wireless human interface device to replace your PS3 game controller and Blu-ray remote controller then gain an additional keyboard with custom keys to operate the full feature of your beloved PS3 game console. How’s that for a steal?

At this price point, it does looks like a steal if you were to spend $24 for the Bluetooth Blu-ray remote then add another $50 PS3 wireless keypad to the equation. Cosmetically, it doesn’t gets my vote but I don’t mind having an affordable backup unit when I need it.

Do keep in mind that it’s a slide-out keyboard and the miniature analog joy sticks may not have the dedication and dynamic manipulation of the original SIXAXIS. Want it give it a short? you can get one here.

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