If you've ever thought your laptop was missing something, perhaps the ASUS F6V Series laptop is the right choice for you. After being revealed at Project 2008 in Las Vegas last week, this portable smells--literally. It's a laptop with a scent and you can pre-order your own on Amazon right now.
The Portable Motion Detecting LED Night Light is a fun and useful gadget that makes getting around in the dark a whole lot easier. And though it only works at night, you don't need it during the day, anyway.
Whether you're walking around the house at night or stepping outside for a moment, this LED Night Light makes getting around easier and safer. It runs on a battery and produces a soft blue light so as to not be harsh on the eyes. A photocell is built in that can detect the brightness of the area. The device will only switch on if it is dark.
When the motion sensor is triggered, the LED will turn on and make seeing in the dark easy. The batteries are preserved due to the at-night only function and you can even set auto shut off times. This is a really cool product and for $24.99, it's something you may very well find yourself using once the sun goes down.
Mint Wireless are preparing to launch a pico-projector capable of creating a 50-inch 640 x 480 image from a box measuring just 125 x 55 x 23mm. The V10, which goes on sale in Australia in September 2008, can either connect to a laptop or use media stored on its 1GB of internal memory or via its SD slot.
These lightweight little balls would be great to toss on your key chain or attach to a bag. Although they look a bit like something you would buy for your cat to play with, these little speakers would be extremely convenient.
With flock of tiny netbook in the market, it’s about time for us to see one that is targeted towards education market, especially for the younger age tech consumer. Intel Classmate PC aka JumPC aka The Small has arrived in UK.
Portable speakers are a dime a dozen anymore, but this new design also has a protective pouch attached to it to set it apart from the competition. That pouch will not only keep your iPod safe, but also allows for you to watch movies on it still.
If the ASUS Eee 900 basically amounted to a larger-screened version of the 7-inch original, then the Eee 901 marks its graduation into a distinct model. Packing Intel's latest 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, in place of the 900's Celeron 900MHz, ASUS could reasonably have left the rest of the notebook the same and simply added a little to the price. Thankfully they've subjected the 901 to a mild degree of fettling, tweaking case and controls and making for a markedly more attractive proposition. ASUS sent over the Windows version of the 901; check out what exactly impressed us after the cut.
At first glance this looks like a Gameboy Micro clad in wood, but actually the scale is rather different. The handiwork of The Longhorn Engineer, it's in fact a modified Nintendo-on-a-chip (NOAC) retro NES gaming console packed into a custom wooden case and given a 3.5-inch display and Li-ion batteries for some portable classic play.
Optoma have announced their latest pico-projector, a cellphone-sized portable presentation device that is the first to use the DLP Pico chipset. The company has been pretty coy with details - projected size, for instance, is quoted as "up to 100 times larger" than the 2 to 3-inch display on the source device - and aside from what we can glean from the images the connections it uses are similarly vague.