From the monthly archives:

May 2007

The Free iPod Book 3.0

by Johan on May 31, 2007

The Free iPod Book 3.0

Apple has announced the release of The Free iPod Book 3.0. It includes “the world’s first look at Ultimate Ears’ groundbreaking quadruple-driver UE-11 earphones, comprehensive iTunes and iTunes Plus tips, and the latest details on making the most of your Apple TV.” Download it now for free in PDF format.

iLounge via iPods

Samsung i620 Slider Phone

by Johan on May 31, 2007

Samsung i620 Slider Phone

The SGH-i620 is Samsung’s latest slider phone. This sleek and stylish handset boasts a 2.0MP shooter, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, microSD card slot, full QWERTY keypad, and Windows Mobile. Sadly, there is no word on pricing and availability yet.

Gizmodo via Cell Phones

DXG Releases Budget 7.1MP Digicam

by Johan on May 31, 2007

DXG Releases Budget 7.1MP Digicam

DXG from U.S. has introduced the DXG-711 digital camera that features a whopping 7.1 megapixels, retailing for a dirt cheap $149.99. The digicam sports a 2.5 inch display, 3x optical zoom, preset modes, 32MB of integrated memory, a voice recorder, and video recording capability.

UberGizmo via Digital Cameras

Aigo GPS-P370 At CHITEC 2007

by Johan on May 31, 2007

Aigo GPS-P370 At CHITEC 2007

Aigo has rolled out its latest GPS navigation system. Known as the GPS-P370, the device comes with a 3.5 inch touchscreen LCD display, the SiRFStar III GPS chipset. It is actually powered by an ancient Freescale Dragonball 266MHz processor, something we won’t see in devices these days. Other features include 64MB of internal memory and an SD/MMC memory card slot for maps and storage purposes. There is no word on whether this will make it to the U.S. or Europe.

Via Navigadget

Nokia 8600 Luna On Video

by Johan on May 31, 2007

T3 provides us with a hands on preview of the upcoming Nokia 8600. FYI, the phone is still offered for pre-order by select online retailers. The Nokia 8600 comes with a OLED display, 2MP camera, SD card slot and 1GB on-board memory. Hit that play button to watch the video!

TechEBlog via Cell Phones