If you are looking for a new Bluetooth headphones, then check out the ATH-BT03 from Audio-Technica Japan. The device supports Bluetooth 2.1 EDR profile with a range of up to 10-meter and the SRS WOW for realistic surround sound. Additionally, the ATH-BT03 draws its power from a Lithium Polymer battery that provides enough juice for up to 6-hour. Available in three different colors, the Audio-Technica ATH-BT03 Bluetooth headphones will be launched in Japan next month for 7000 Yen or approx. $77. [Audio-Technica]

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MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt

by Johan on July 9, 2010

MB&F has rolled out their latest timepiece in the form of the HM4 Thunderbolt. This Aviation-inspired watch comes with a metal casing that is made from milled solid blocks of high-tech grade 5 titanium with hundreds of hours of machining and polishing in the construction process. The watch’s engine was entirely designed and developed by MB&F over three years of intensive work with Laurent Besse and Beranger Reynard of Les Artisans Horlogers. Each of the 311 components were developed specifically for the Thunderbolt, no off-the-shelf mechanisms or parts were used at all due to the extreme nature of its architecture. The MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt is not a limited edition watch, but will be produced in limited amount of about 25-35 pieces a year. There will be just 20 HM4 watches for 2010. The MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt is priced at a hefty $158,000 each. Watch the video after the jump. Read more

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Mimoco Lobot And Monster Molly Flash Drives

Mimoco comes back with the Mimoco Lobot and Monster Molly flash drives. Both flash drives provide up to 16GB of storage capacity. The company will introduce the Lobot flash drive at the International Comic Con in San Diego, while the Monster Molly flash drive at a convention in Taiwan Taipei. The Mimoco Lobot and Monster Molly flash drives will be available in 1000 units and 500 units, respectively. Unfortunately, there is no info on pricing so far. [Gearlog]

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Panasonic KX-PW821 Paperless Fax Machine

by Johan on July 9, 2010

Panasonic KX-PW821 Paperless Fax Machine

The Panasonic KX-PW821 is not your ordinary fax machine because it doesn’t use paper. The KX-PW821 uses a touchscreen display to generate something and then hit a send button to have it transmitted. What’s more, this new fax machine allows for sent material to be placed in SDHC cards. The Panasonic KX-PW821 can also store voicemails and full conversations as audio recordings. Unfortunately, there is no info on pricing or availability so far, so stay tuned. [Panasonic]

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NEC NP115 Affordable Projector

by Johan on July 9, 2010

NEC NP115 Affordable Projector

NEC has recently announced the addition of the NP115 projector to its NP Value series as a successor to the successful NP110. The new NP115 is perfect for mobile applications such as classrooms with portable carts or conference rooms where ultra-affordable and lightweight units are a must. The projector features a 2500-lumen of brightness, a 3D-Ready capability, a high contrast ratio of 2000:1, a native resolution of 800×600 SVGA and a 7-watt speaker. The ECO Mode technology extends lamp life up to 5000-hour and lowers power consumption to 0.49 watts in standby mode. The NEC NP115 will begin shipping in July 2010 with an MSRP of $599. [AboutProjectors]

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