If you hates stirring your own coffee, then you might need this self-stirring mug. Powered by two AA batteries, it starts mixing at the push of a button that is located on its handle. Its price is just US 9.99. Watch the video after the jump for more details…
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BenQ launches the world’s fastest 19-inch LCD monitor, the BenQ FP93G X+, which is targeting to the PC and online gamers. The FP93G X+ features an ultra-fast 2ms gray-to-gray response time, a slim 13mm bezel, and a contrast ratio of 800:1.
What makes this LCD screen special is that its performance which is similar to the CRT monitor, enabling clearer, sharper images with no lagging and image blurs when playing PC games or watching videos. The monitor also comes equipped with both D-Sub and DVI input support with a high brightness of 300 cd/m2. It will be available on the market starting in December 2006.
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Hitachi’s newest DAP, the HMP-G1, has just hit the market. As you can see, it is also known as the i.Î¼’s, which apparently stands for “Eye Muse”. The DAP features a 128 x 64 2-color OLED display, 1 GB of Flash memory, and 12 hour battery time. This gadget plays MP3, WMA, DRM, and even WAV voice recording. The Hitachi HMP-G1 will have an Asian release at a price tag of US$104.
Priced from US$1799 – US$1899, HP IQ770 features an AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-52 processor, 2GB of DDR2 memory, 320GB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 graphics, ATSC HDTV tuner, DVDÂ±RW/DVD-RAM burner with LightScribe, Wi-Fi, 1.3MP shooter, and a 19-inch touchscreen display. It also features some new widget-like dashboard interface, featuring HP new SmartCalendar, which serves as a central point for virtual fridge notes and shared family calendars; as well as Photosmart Touch, a new image editing and printing interface. This touchscreen PC will be available Q1 2007. After the jump, there is one more pic for you…
Honda has just unveiled their two new concept cars, the REMIX small sport concept and the Step Bus MPV, at the L.A. Auto Show.
The REMIX is the two-seat sports car, which can double as a practical daily-driver. This low-slung car features a wrap-around canopy, which adds a fighter jet-feel to the driving experience, and an aluminum-color exterior that is both fluid and hard-edged. The car is built around a front-wheel drive chassis with four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual gearbox.
The Honda Step Bus Concept is a highly configurable MPV with a futuristic interior, sliding front doors and space efficient design, which lets people enter and exit in tight spaces. This futuristic bus was designed to create the largest possible interior with the smallest possible exterior. The five-passenger interior features modular construction that is highlighted by tracks in the door that can hold beverage containers, cell phones, MP3 players, and more. After the jump, there are some additional pictures for you.