So first it was those new notebooks I told you about the other day, the Jisus ones, and now the guy is cranking out a very fashionable cell phone watch. The WM2 is due out on April 14th and boasts a 1.3-inch 260k color touchscreen.
For those with expensive tastes when it comes to kitchen gadgets, you'll love this Crystal-Encrusted Toaster from Neiman Marcus. I have on occasion looked at a $50 vintage style toaster and drooled a bit, knowing I have a perfectly good toaster at home.
Engadget has gotten their hands on iPhone firmware version 2.0. Some of the new features include a scientific calculator when you turn your iPhone sideways with the calculator open and the previously announced Exchange support is as smooth as it should be.
I am easily distracted by bright shiny things, and this player’s entire interface is invisible underneath the shiny why exterior until the buttons light up. Its not a new tactic for Samsung, but this is a new player for Samsung, and it hasn’t even been released to the public yet, I don’t think.
Yashica, the brand, is returning with some new digital and film cameras. The DVC825 seems to be from their higher end and is a digital camera that looks simply amazing.
It really is a light up nightmare to read. Almost as bad as some of the Tokyo Flash watches, I think their needs to be a board that certifies these watches with difficulty levels based on how hard they are to read.
This guy did all this work for a casemod, and for nothing, I seriously think my DVR might be able to beat this thing’s 3DMark score. So it’s a Dell Optiplex GX1 with a 1.4GHz Celeron Powerleap 370 processor.
With over 700,000 of these babies sold its no surprise they are trying something new to see how much longer they can capitalize on this single design, and they really are truly amazing devices. Other than the external color change there is at least one internal update as well.
I am sure you’ve been there when you are surrounded by people that are wholly uninteresting or boring and you are all drinking (likely your company’s recent Christmas party). Well, now there is a cocktail mixer that can do a better job of entertaining you than those fools.
Clearly I haven’t been alone all these years in wondering why we don’t make cars out of wood as some graduate students are actually going to give it a go. I can imagine some logistical problems such as the density of wood, the ease with which it breaks, and its lack of ability to stand up to the elements on its own, but I think they can figure something out.