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TurboLinux’s Wizpy does what most PMPs do, plus more

TurboLinux’s Wizpy does what most PMPs do, plus more

Wizpy from TurboLinux is a gizmo packed with features such as media playback (MP3, OGG, WMA, AAC, DivX,) – FM radio, sound recorder, e-book reader, and photo display device. Another notable attraction of this gizmo is its computing applications that includes browser, email, and office software. The Wizpy sports 256,000-color OLED screen weight only 60g. Plugging this gizmo to a PC using USB will give user their own operating system environment. Wizpy was launch in Japan earlier this year.

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HP and Sprint making out in the locker room

HP and Sprint making out in the locker room

Not really, but HP is going to start embedding Sprint’s mobile broadband hardware into their systems. Mostly it will be the business level notebooks, but it’s a step in the right direction.

They are jointly marketing the venture with HP marketing the upside of using Sprint, the fastest and largest mobile broadband network in America, and Sprint selling the merits of HP laptops to business users. The chips will be based on the EV-DO Rev. A technology.

And you thought you were mad at Comcast

And you thought you were mad at Comcast

This seemingly kind old lady got so angered with Comcast, she waltzed into their offices with their equipment in arms and then proceeded to smash it to bits, with a hammer, she bashed it all to hell. She did have a good reason though, sadly she got arrested too.

So here is the scenario, you call up to get Comcast’s Comcastic Triple Play installed and set up, the first time around they, without any warning or notification, cancel your appointment. Then finally, the second time they come, but they half ass it and leave before they finished setting everything up.

Toshiba e-STUDIO180s and e-STUDIO200s MFP series printers

Toshiba e-STUDIO180s and e-STUDIO200s MFP series printers

Just when you thought the SOHO market was going sour, Toshiba has come along and dropped a couple of Multi-Function Printers just for that segment. The e-STUDIO180s and e-STUDIO200s will help your small or home office out by adding printing, scanning, copying, and faxing capabilities.

The e-STUDIO180s is a black and white printer, copier, and color scanner. The e-STUDIO200s is the same thing, but add the ability to fax.

Nissan 2007 Mobile Office

Nissan 2007 Mobile Office

Somehow I don’t think this is what Luda’ had in mind when he said “Roll Out”. The back of this fairly appealing vehicle rolls out to expose a lot of underwater photography gear, as well as a mobile office on the inside.

Speaking of niche markets, anyways, the downside is the two are exclusive, you can’t keep the scuba gear tucked away and just use the office, you have to roll the back out in order to gain access to the office part. Overall it looks pretty amazing for a concept, or more likely proof-of-concept car.

Dell upgrading their workstation line

Dell upgrading their workstation line

Starting with the Dell Precision T3400 they are doing some system upgrades with their professional users in mind. Other than their systems being certified by 27 different software vendors for 63+ applications and services, they are also upgrading the hardware.

They are starting with Core 2 Duo processors and the X38 Intel chipset which allows for a 133MHz FSB. On top of that they are adding in processors going all the way up to the Quad Core Extreme processors.

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Get beamed up with Lasse Kleins abduction lamp

Get beamed up with Lasse Kleins abduction lamp

Maybe you can't let go of the X-Files, perhaps you keep a copy of How to Serve Mankind on you at all times. Either way this lamp will look awesome on your desk. Designed by Lasse Klein, the alien abduction lamp uses a light bulb inside the craft to light up the windows and create a nifty tractor beam effect on the glass stand.

Presentations come of age: Ventuz Technology

Presentations come of age: Ventuz Technology

I'd wager there are few people reading this who haven't suffered at least once from the modern malaise they call "Death by PowerPoint"  Now not wishing to unfairly malign the Microsoft presentation package - even the least forgiving audience member would grudgingly agree that it's the crapness of the presenter that kills you, not the software (and accompanying slide transitions, sound effects and ridiculous animations) - but it's a sad fact of life that where a yawn-worthy demonstration goes, their software often lurks behind.

Thankfully there are companies like Ventuz Technology, who blend together touch, gesture and proximity-sensitive interfaces controlling multiple interconnected displays, with a software package that allows static and dynamically updated information to be presented in 2D and 3D.

 

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