From the monthly archives:

September 2010

Toshiba Releases Promo Videos For Its Folio 100 Android Tablet

Toshiba has released several promotional videos for its Folio 100 10.1-inch Android-powered tablet. FYI, the Folio 100 doesn’t have access to the Android Market, so the company has installed the tablet with its own apps, including a Toshiba Market. The gadget features a 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) pixel capacitive touchscreen display, a dual-core nVidia Tegra 2 chip, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Android 2.2 Froyo and Adobe Flash 10.1 support. Read more

If you are searching for a new video card, then check out the Galaxy GTX 460 WHDI Edition. Based on the nVidia GTX 460 chip, this video card supports a built-in wireless streaming that will send any video content to your TV. There is a wireless receiver that allows your TV to receive the streamed video. The Galaxy GTX 460 WHDI Edition also provides an HDMI, a DVI, and a DisplayPort outputs and five antennas for a robust wireless connection. Too bad, there is no info on pricing at this time. [Geeky-gadgets]

Jawbone ICON For Cisco Bluetooth Headset

by Johan on September 30, 2010

Jawbone and Cisco has collaborated to release the Jawbone ICON for Cisco Bluetooth headset. The headset allows users to connect to their Cisco Unified IP phones and cell phones simultaneously, creating a truly unified, wireless, and hands-free communications experience as they move from in-the-office to on-the-go. Features of the headset can also be enhanced via new software applications and functional updates via the Jawbone MyTALK platform. Shipments of the Jawbone ICON for Cisco Bluetooth headsets have begun in the U.S. and Canada, bundled with Cisco Unified IP Phones 9951 and 9971. International shipments will begin in October 2010. [Press Release]

Super Talent’s New Key-Shaped USB Flash Drive

by Isaiah on September 30, 2010

Check out the newest addition to Super Talent’s USB flash drive line-up, the CKB. Measuring only 40mm x 25.9mm x 3.7mm, this compact key-shaped USB flash drives comes with a protective metal case, a USB 2.0/1.1 interface and is available in capacities ranging from 2GB to 32GB. Unfortunately, there’s no word on pricing and release date yet. [Super Talent]

Klipsch AudioRock Outdoor Speaker

by Johan on September 30, 2010

The AudioRock from Klipsch is an add-on speaker, which allows you to expand the wireless Klipsch LightSpeaker System into the great outdoors, without the hassle of purchasing an A/V receiver or running any speaker wire underground. The AudioRock features a built-in wireless receiver that syncs up with the LightSpeaker’s powerful 2.4GHz wireless transmitter. You can connect two music sources (i.e. iPod, PC or TV) to the transmitter, as well as establish two separate listening zones. In other words, you can enjoy jazz in the kitchen with the LightSpeaker and hip hop on the patio with the AudioRock. Optimally tuned for open-air environments, the AudioRock delivers balanced stereo sound over a wide listening area. Inside its UV-protected enclosure, the Klipsch AudioRock employs dual 0.75-inch polypropylene tweeters for crisp highs and a dual voice coil 5.25-inch injection molded polypropylene woofer for deep lows. These high and low-frequency drivers sit at a 20-degree upward angle to ensure great sound performance when placed at ground level. [Klipsch]