No idea why you would want to settle for a robot that rinses dishes while placing it in a dishwasher when you won't shave more than a couple of minutes' off your life to do so yourself. Assuming you're one of those who think that this is cool, we presume you currently employ somebody to click the mouse for you while you verbally direct the unfortunate servant in your presence. We digress - this dishwashing robot features a trio of joints that are sensitive enough not to cause grievous harm to your precious china, getting about on a rail and guided by TV cameras located all over the ceiling with sensors within its arm for added security. A robot that specializes on rinsing plates? We'll pass.
You can find just about anything you want on eBay, including this Star Wars-themed Wii. Granted, Wiis look set to be in stock this holiday season, which means one will be able to snag these hot consoles and start making cool mods like this Star Wars inspired version. The starting price for this labor of love begins at half a grand, and it will be accompanied by a red LED Wiimote and nunchuck and a copy of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. Are the Jedi so hard up for Galactic Republic credits that they need to resort to fanboys to support their livelihood?
Maxian has its brand new portable media player available for the masses in South Korea, where the M1T Pocket Multi TV comes with the following multimedia-intensive specifications :-
Dell has seen just how well its line of Inspiron Mini netbooks have done in the marketplace, and decided to tweak the Mini 12 by throwing in a Windows XP option - a masterstroke since Windows Vista reduced the netbook to a crawl in many a review. Some of the new Mini 12 configurations are as follows.
Inspiron Mini 12 Ubuntu Linux Version - $499
Inspiron Mini 12 - $549
Inspiron Mini 12 - $599
The feeling of jetlag is something most of us hate, since it can be extremely hard trying to catch forty winks in a cramped economy seat. Well, the Jetlag alarm clock concept could be just the thing to help you combat this awful feeling, as it comes with a couple of displays - one for the time while the other is meant for the alarm, complete with a lock button to prevent any changed settings so that you can snooze in peace (with the help of an inflatable pillow, we might add). Perfect for those who use their cell phones as an alarm clock.
Huawei has just confirmed that it wiill be rolling out its first Android phone sometime in the third quarter of next year, although it remains to be seen just which countries will we see these handsets appear in. Hopefully the build quality is one that is commendable, and it won't be an eyesore to boot. What is your favorite Android-powered handset you've seen to date? The G1 won't win any beauty contests, that's for sure.
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Looks like someone's been to see Jacob the jeweller. They call him Skateboard P, but can you guess who the red hated one is posing with the 19 karat iPhone?