Archive for Oct 28, 2010

VUDU pay-per-view hits Boxee and Boxee Box in November

VUDU pay-per-view hits Boxee and Boxee Box in November

Boxee and VUDU have announced a partnership that will see the former's media platform - including the upcoming Boxee Box by D-Link - gain access to pay-per-view titles from the latter's catalog.  Up to 1080p Full HD content will be supported, together with Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 surround sound.

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ViewSonic ViewPad 7 launch [Video]

ViewSonic ViewPad 7 launch [Video]

ViewSonic announced official pricing and availability for their ViewPad 7 Android slate this morning, and we grabbed some hands-on time with the one production model running final software the company had on hand.  It's thankfully a slicker, more stable experience than the prototype we saw at IFA 2010, with Android 2.2 Froyo moving quickly on the ViewPad 7's 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor.  More details, together with benchmarks and pricing, after the cut.

Video demo after the cut

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Eye-Fi View auto-shares photos through online gallery

Eye-Fi View auto-shares photos through online gallery

Eye-Fi has announced an update to their WiFi SD card service, Eye-Fi View, which promises straightforward web-access of content uploaded through the company's latest Eye-Fi Manager app.  Eye-Fi View basically (and optionally) uploads newly transferred images to an online gallery, where they can be viewed from any internet-connected device.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab confirmed for U.S. Cellular

Samsung Galaxy Tab confirmed for U.S. Cellular

Another day, another carrier for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and now U.S. Cellular has thrown in with Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T with the promise of launching the 7-inch Froyo slate in the US.  The carrier is playing coy with pricing and availability at present, though the unit they'll be offering is the same as we've already seen: 3G, WiFi b/g/n and a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back.

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Garmin unveils Approach S1 golf GPS watch

Garmin unveils Approach S1 golf GPS watch

Garmin has a GPS device for just about every need that you might have. The company makes a full line of GPS devices for golfers that will tell them how far from the hole they are as they play at some of the most popular courses around the country. Garmin has added a new and compact product to its golfing line up today called the Approach S1.

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Eking S700 is the world’s first E-notepad

Eking S700 is the world’s first E-notepad

Eking has debuted a cool new product called the S700 that is billed as the world's first e-notepad with dual input technology. It has both resistive touch control and electromagnetic induction touch control with integrated 3G.

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Apricorn cranks Aegis Padlock HDD up to 750GB

Apricorn cranks Aegis Padlock HDD up to 750GB

Apricorn has been offering its Aegis Padlock portable HDD for a while now. The drive is notable for the keypad on the front that secures the drive preventing access to the drive unless the correct PIN is typed in. The company has announced a new version of the drive that is the highest capacity encrypted HDD on the market.

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Verizon Wireless gets Pantech Crux

Verizon Wireless gets Pantech Crux

Verizon Wireless has announced that starting today mobile phone shoppers looking for a cheap phone with some decent features can get hands on the Pantech Crux. The Crux has a nice 3-inch touchscreen with a music player that has external controls.

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AppStation straps your iPad to your knee

AppStation straps your iPad to your knee

If you fly a lot you really kneed (yeah I wrote that) this new knee desk thingy from New Sky Products called the AppStation. The iPad accessory is a kneeboard for the iPad that straps around the knee and holds the iPad steady for you. I would have thought that the thing was aimed at those that fly a lot and it could be used to keep the iPad in place while on a commercial flight.

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Canon XEED WUX4000 projector for installations has 4000 lumens

Canon XEED WUX4000 projector for installations has 4000 lumens

Some of the smaller and simpler projectors on the market can be set up by anyone. When it comes to the really large and high-end projectors, they often need professional installation to work correctly. Canon has unveiled its flagship installation projector for home theater and the thing has some great features.

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Future Sonics unveils new Atrio Special Edition pro earphones

Future Sonics unveils new Atrio Special Edition pro earphones

Future Sonics has a wide range of earphones for music fans to choose from. We have reviewed the companies Atrio M8 earphones in the past and decided if you could afford the expensive earphones you would not be disappointed. As much as we liked the M8 earphones, I can only imagine how good the new Atrio Special Edition earphones would have to be.

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Peavey Guitars and Wicked Audio announce Rockmaster

Peavey Guitars and Wicked Audio announce Rockmaster

Anyone familiar with guitars and the music industry will recognize the Peavey name. The company has been in the sound market for years with speakers, amps, guitars, and more. Peavey and Wicked Audio have teamed up to bring a new music entertainment set to market called Rockmaster.

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