LG unveiled a new slim LCD TV in its Scarlet TV series with the new LG LH70. Last year LG launched the Scarlet TVs with a neat little PR stunt, when they made it look like the launch of a new TV show. The new LG LH70 comes in 42 inches and 47 inches ...
By Andrew LiszewskiQuite a few 1:18 scale die-cast Back To The Future Delorean replicas have come out over the past few years, in fact there’s one sitting on my shelf right now, but Diamond Select is pushing the envelope with the new lights and sounds models they announced at Toy Fair this year. Both a [...]
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This is a small dual recorder unit. That means you can record either one or two channels simultaneously and even replay something else already recorded at the same time. Being a modern unit it can also be set to record a whole series of a program whilst[...]
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Gigabyte will show its new generation of 10 inch netbooks at the CeBIT 2009 including the Gigabyte M1028, M1024 and M1022 according to Digitimes. The Gigabyte M1028 features a rotatable touchscreen and already has been spotted at the MWC 2009 by French ...
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The mighty Death Star is toppled by a well-placed photon torpedo shot, but that doesn't mean the Empire doesn't have weapons of its own to supress the rest of the galactic population. Check out this AT-AT Boombox design that will surely go down well with Star Wars fans, functioning as a boombox with its tape deck (antiquated technology for the Empire? How unbecoming! Guess times are hard not only on earth, and it should be renamed as the Galactic Economic Crunch), speakers and antennas. Perhaps the Rebel Alliance could've been lulled into a deep sleep with classical music playing from the AT-ATs.
Just how many USB ports does a computer need? The answer is the same as the amount of handbags and shoes a woman should own - never enough. We do think that 17 is just about the number that takes the cake to date though we're not sure what you're going to do with all of them. Well, it is about time you start looking for a whole bunch of USB peripherals to make full use of all of them.
Introduce your kid to the world of iPods early with the Combi iPod Bouncer . This stroller features a wooden mobile, a 3-point harness and built-in sound and vibration units that boasts an MP3 input port to help keep baby passively entertained with musical items from superstarts of today. No idea if baby will appreciate all the aforementioned technological mumbo-jumbo, but do you think someone can come up with an adult version while adhering to the $79.99 price point? We doubt. Other features of the Combi iPod Bouncer include a removable collapsible canopy, toy bar with wooden toys, and a hammock style seat design with a 2 position recline.
Kenwood has released its new CD player (catering for the shrinking number of people who still listen to CDs) that will feature DTS Surround Sensation, a new technology that helps roll out surround sound over two-channel audio systems, regardless of whether they're headphones or stereo speakers. Unfortunately, there is no word on a name, release date or price for this device despite Kenwood's claim of it being the first in the world. The Japanese media are touting an April release, so we'll just have to sit tight for slightly over a month to find out more about this mystery device.
Casio has released its latest wristwatch in the Protrek line, and it will be known as the PRX-2000T. This thin device not only tells the time, but more or less doubles up as a streamlined weather station right smack on your wrist. It measures just 11.3mm thin and weighs 105 grams, and despite its diminutive size, the PRX-2000T packs in a triple sensor that is able to keep track of the current temperature, altitude, compass direction and pressure. The PRX-2000T will also receive signals from each of the half dozen time calibration signals that are used around the world. Japanese will be able to get this from April 1st onwards for approximately $1,000, followed by a worldwide release thereafter.