As far as pico projectors go, they all may look somewhat similar, but you can never just have one. Or, wait, is that something else? AAXA isn't a newcomer to the pico projector market. In fact, they're probably one of the larger names in the industry, and when they release a new model, pico projector fans listen.
We all know that while 3D is making a major push for our living rooms, it's still not as inexpensive as many would like. In fact, in most cases, 3D is basically expensive. In the case of Samsung's brand new 65-inch 3D LED HDTV, there's no doubt that the price tag will match the features. So if you're not into the whole "portable" thing, and you'd much rather be firmly planted on your couch watching a TV that's way too big for your living room, here's one fantastic option.
We can't help but enjoy pieces of tech out there that showcase some aspects of current generation technology, but then throw in a curve ball by including something a bit more "old-school." And, when it comes to old-school, a hand-crank is pretty much as old as it gets. In the case of SteriPEN's Sidewinder water sterilizer, it does make sure that you'll be able to keep your water safe to drink, no matter where you are. No need to worry about that power outlet or faucet. So that's a bonus.
We're not necessarily sure that golf, as a whole, needs to be made easier (at least, not the walking part), but if it does, then what better place to start than carrying your clubs? We know that driving that cart around may not be all that great, so walking from one whole to another may be your only option. And you're probably tired of dragging that bag around everywhere. So here's the Stowamatic GT2, with a nice little battery to help you along.
Well, fancy that. Just after showing you a new Eee USB hard drive, we've got Asus showcasing a new, 10-inch netbook with the same branding. If you're looking for a new netbook, this new Eee PC model may be the next best choice, but then again, some of the features you'll find in this new model are pretty commonplace within the netbook market.
Tokyoflash's latest attempt to bamboozle our wrists is out, and the Traffic does at least have numbers from which you can attempt to decipher the time. Like Frogger meets Tron, the watch has a smoked black plastic front with neon LED lights that show hours with the "city streets", five-minute blocks with the "subway" and single minutes with the "highway out of town".
LG already has a pair of 3D active shutter glasses out there in the world, but up until just recently they were pretty much nowhere else to be found in the 3D market. But it looks like they're changing their strategies, as they're about to strengthen the market with their own products here in the near future. Bolstering what they've already released.
Tonight's edition of The Daily Slash is going to be a bit different. If you'll recall, we've only ever had one video put into one of these nightly articles, but tonight, well, tonight is special. Why? Because the two videos we've included after the break are some of the more interesting ones we've seen lately, and we felt like we needed to share them, well past just the standard text-based variation. So, happy Wednesday, and welcome to tonight's very special edition of The Daily Slash. In the Best or R3 Media, we've got the Intercept coming soon, an even better giveaway, and the first images of the retail box for the white iPhone 4. And then in the Dredge 'Net, we've got intelligent service robots, LED monitors, and people who may print too much.
Hope your weekend went well. We had a pretty busy day here, especially for a Monday, but we're thrilled that you could stick it out with us. It's time to wind down, so welcome to Monday's edition of The Daily Slash. Tonight, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got a great app for your Android device, Sony's talking smack about the 3DS, and Verizon Wireless completes a round of LTE testing. In the Dredge 'Net, Nike's got a giant LED screen, AT&T and Verizon kind of agree on something, and Kinect gets priced by Microsoft -- still not officially.
If the ebode LightSpeaker sounds and looks familiar, there is good reason for that. This LightSpeaker system appears to be an exact clone of the Klipsch LightSpeaker we saw back at CES. The only apparent difference is that the ebode system is offered in Europe.