Another availability check on Philips’s offering reveals that the Philips 55PFL5505D/F7 HDTV, which the company has claiming its allow users to connect a wide range of other entertainment devices to enjoy with their musics, videos, photos and use as monitor for PC.The Philips 55PFL5505D/F7 55-Inch LCD HDTV features a 55-inch with 1920 x 1080p widescreen [...]
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Crytek, the game studio most known for its extraordinarily expansive Crysis series, said recently that it might be interested in developing a PS3 exclusive game....
Fujifilm has added another digital camera to its range with the launch of the FinePix F300EXR which provide a 12-megapixel resolution with EXR technology.The Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR 12MP Digital Camera comes with sleek and compact design with measures 6.7 x 5.5 x 2 inches and weight of 1.3 pounds, it’s featuring a 3.0-inch high-contrast LCD [...]
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Dell Home offers the Dell Inspiron 580 Intel Core i3 Dual 3.06GHz Desktop PC (no monitor) for $469.99. With $19 for shipping, it ties our mention from a week ago as the lowest price we've seen for an Inspiron 580 by $44. Sales tax is added where applicable...
At Wirefly.com, get the Motorola Mini-USB Wall Charger for 99 cents via the directions below. With free shipping, it's the lowest total price we could find by $5 and the least expensive Motorola mini USB charger we've seen. To get this deal: Click h...
We certainly hope that wireless charging will become the norm in the near future, as the Wireless Power Consortium has taken one rather significant step in that direction today by finalizing the Qi interoperability standard. The new documents spell out the interface, performance, and compliance requirements, though it's currently limited to devices that require up to 5 watts of juice, but it's still a good start. When everything falls into place, any Qi-approved device will be able to juice up on any Qi-verified base station or dock, and we're looking forward to that, after all, having to plug in wires all the time can be troublesome thing.
We've seen many unusual watches before, and here's another LED watch that borders on being weird. It doesn't have any noticeable hands; rather it sports a single ring of LEDs around the circumference of its face, with the dots supposedly good enough to indicate the hours and the minutes (somehow). Still, if you're looking for a watch that'll really set you apart from the rest, and can't afford a Rolex, maybe you might want to pick up this $48 LED watch from Chinavasion.
Want to bring a little more bling to your desktop and give you something to stare at when the lights are out? This LED art cube might be what you've been looking for, as it sports 64 LEDs inside it, arranged in a 4x4x4 grid, and offers a variety of pre-programmed patterns that will help get things started. Of course, $100 does seem like quite a bit of money to pay for a bunch of lights to decorate your desktop, but you have to admit that it does look cool, and would be an interesting talking point for folks who drop by your home.
One of the coolest things of the latest Batman movie, The Dark Knight, was the Batpod, Batman's super cool bike. After the movie, we've seen many folks try and replicate such a design on their bikes, and now Pankaj Shah, a confessed Batman fan, has come up with his own Batpod replica, dubbed the PS-Pod. It looks slightly different from what we see at the movies, and obviously it doesn't sport any weapons, but it still looks incredibly cool, and we wouldn't mind riding to work on that.
Samsung's Galaxy S Android phone seems to be going from strength to strength, and next on its list of achievements is the announcement by SKT that they've managed to sell over 500,000 Galaxy S units over in South Korea in just over a month, helping SKT gain an additional 200,000 new subscribers, making it one of the fastest selling smartphones in South Korea. Let's not forget that it only took them 6 days to sell 100,000 units of this device when it was launched a short while ago. If you're wondering what all the fuss is about, check out the specifications of the Galaxy S, which include: