Archive for February, 2009

Trendnet TEW-664UB 300Mbps dual band wireless N USB adapter

Trendnet TEW-664UB 300Mbps dual band wireless N USB adapter

Speaking of a dual band wireless-N gimmick, I still got bad taste in mouth dealing the supposedly one of the best Linksys’s WRT610N. Though the device has received great reviews with terrific transfer rates, but the only way to get the connection stays is dropping the 5Ghz spectrum, what’s the point? Oh wait, this post is not about Linksys’s router, is Trendnet dual band wireless N USB adapter.

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Element Liquid Case for iPhone Review

Element Liquid Case for iPhone Review

Aftermarket accessories for the iPhone 3G have a tough time standing out; it's a crowded market and if you're offering the same old silicone, transparent plastic or leather case, you're likely to sink without trace. Element have certainly managed to carve a niche for themselves, and they've done it by carving distinctive cases out of alloy or injection-molded polycarbonate. They send SlashGear two Element Liquid iPhone cases to try out.

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Psion: We’re still selling the Netbook Pro

Psion: We’re still selling the Netbook Pro

The netbook trademark saga continues, and anybody who hoped Psion would roll over and play dead once Dell and Intel stepped in, think again.  Psion have  responded to claims that they "abandoned" the netbook trademark and are no longer selling the Psion Netbook Pro; in fact, the company claims, sales of the Netbook Pro continue, with millions of dollars worth of hardware going to US vertical markets.

Full Psion response after the cut

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Toradex Robin: Atom CPU on credit card sized mainboard

Toradex Robin: Atom CPU on credit card sized mainboard

Toradex have begun sampling their latest COM Express module, just 84 x 55mm in size, which uses Intel's Z5xx Atom processor range.  The Toradex Robin (shown here on the right, to scale - but not actual size - with its Toradex Woodpecker sibling, announced last year) has seven USB 2.0, gigabit ethernet, a microSD slot and a SATA connection, and is suitable for highly-compact embedded applications.

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Jobo announces GIGA Vu SONIC and GIGA one SONIC image storage devices, rebranded Hyperdrives

Jobo announces GIGA Vu SONIC and GIGA one SONIC image storage devices, rebranded Hyperdrives

Jobo has recently announced two new photo storage devices – GIGA Vu SONIC and one GIGA One SONIC -- with features and appearances closely resembled to Sanho Hyperdrive Colorspace UDMA and Space.

The GiGA One SONIC has monochrome 1.8 inch display, functions more of a quick-n-dirty backup device with maximum transfer speed of 20MB/s. At that rate, it allows 1GB of images to be copied into the storage in less than one minute. Assuming it’s a rebranded Hyperdrive’s Space with similar battery life, a single charge would last up to 120GB of data transfer.

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Nokia 5800 XpressMusic official in US

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic official in US

Nokia have officially announced the launch of the 5800 XpressMusic in the US, a day later than predicted, where the touchscreen media-friendly handset will retail for approximately $399 before taxes and subsidies.  The 5800 uses a 3.2-inch wide-aspect resistive touchscreen, and features the latest touch-friendly version of the S60 OS.  There's also a 3.2-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and integrated stereo speakers.

 

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