Fujitsu is showing off its unique take on the UMPC at the Japanese Design Exhibition in Milan this week. It's tiny and small enough to fit your pocket. The design of the UMPC does reminds you something like a Gamboy Advance SP, doesn't it?
Microsoft will include its SideShow technology in its Windows Media Center remote controls. This allows users to visually access a PC’s electronic programming guide (EPG). It can be connected via WiFi, Bluetotoh, Zigbee, Z-Wave, Ethernet. Since Windows Vista is launching in 2007, this maybe another obsolete feature by then.
idog is Segatoys Japan's all new 2005 high quality iPod speaker features 7 kinds of LED lights that flash in many different patterns when the music is played through idog. idog is capable of changing its feelings from happy to angry by moving the ears and rotating the head and by changing the color of the 7 LED lights. Available for $39 .
Logitech’s all-terrain V400 mouse has a pair of lasers instead of the traditional single laser offers pixel-precise tracking on any surface by detecting microscopic surface variations. Similar to the Microsoft Notebook Wireless Mouse, tts 2.4GHz USB receiver can be packed inside the mouse itself when not in use. The tilting scroll wheel comes with zoom functions and forward/back buttons that are fully programmable. The V400 Dual Laser Notebook Mouse retails for $49.99.
Worth 1000.com is having a contest to modify and display products in a vintage package or vice versa. This is how an retro iPod would look like. Take a look at the link here.
It's just a normal projector from Hitachi, but the ED-X10 projector has heaps oof built in security features. It has a transistion detector that locks it if it's moved. It can however been unlocked using a PIN nuber. If that's not enough, it has a steel security bar, that lets you lock the thing down.
I've visited this website and found out theres heaps of amazing casemods. Though this isn't what we call a gadget, but homemade stuffs are way better than industrial made items. There's a couple of real life dolls made into PC cases, to tiny little Atari like machines. Click here to view them.
GIOOO is computer concept, shaped like a crystal ball. It displays the weather, current headline news and you could even check your email with it. With support of a projected laser keyboard, users can communincate via IM or Skype.You can access the menus and navigation by touching the globe. It also has a video camera , so that you can communicate with your buddies via the video chat.