Mobile Entertainment seem to believe that Sony gaming phone will be launched in February, during the Mobility World Congress. They also reckon the phone won’t be PSP-branded. The handset will be designed with gaming as the #1 priority and will be motion-sensitive.
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The Zumreed Sfit Color Headphones come with its Color Collection that features extremely stylish colors complete with mirror finish. Each pair features a white headband with foldable mechanism for easy storage. The Zumreed Sfit Color Headphones retails for $49. Here is the specifications:
- Frequency Response: 20 – 28,000Hz
- Driver Unit: 40mm
- Output: 1000mW
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Cord length: 1m (Single) (OFC) (Remote friendly)
I have never seen a subwoofer that looks quite like this one. The Dodecasub subwoofer from Elemental Designs comes with up to ten individual 10 inch subwoofers that has been arranged in a rather strange manner. Each speaker offers up to 600 watts of power, giving you a grand total of 6,000 eardrum splitting sound. The subwoofer is priced at $2500.
Aqua Photo, a Korean based company, has created an aquarium which looks like a widescreen television. This aquarium features a 1460 x 640 cm measurement, 100 watt back light, and a 35 fish capacity. Priced at around $2150, the Aqua Photo Wall Mounted Aquarium even has the huge price of an expensive TV.
It appears that the new Sony VAIO NR laptops will be arriving soon. Headed for Europe first, the VAIO NR will come in two colors. The lower spec machine (VAIO VGN-NR11SS) comes in a silver finish with Intel Core 2 Duo T5250 Processor (1.5GHz, 2MB Cache, 667MHz FSB), while the higher spec machine (VAIO NR11Z/T) comes in a darker charcoal grey/black finish with Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 Processor (2GHz, 2MB Cache, 800MHz FSB). Both notebooks adopt the standard Intel X3100 graphics, and a 200GB hard drives, along with the usual ExpressCard and memory card slots. NotebookReview speculates that these Sony’s new NR series will be released this fall for at least $899 for the base configuration.
Dell plans to update their OptiPlex line up with another energy efficient machine, the OptiPlex 330. The PC is powered by Core 2 Duo processor, Intel G31 chipset, up to 800MHz DDR2 RAM, PCI Express x16 port, Gigabit Ethernet, four SATA-II ports, and six USB 2.0 ports. It is expected to be released on September 25th, 2007.
Alienware HD Media Server is a complete home entertainment system for media geeks with some great features. It offers up to 4TB hot-swappable hard drive, Blu-ray drive, recording and playing back at 1080p via an HDMI, internal cable card (OCUR), and Dolby Digital 7.1 preamp output. Using this media server, you will be able to automate most of your home features including lighting, room music, security, and air conditioning. The PC also allows you to watch high definition movies, record TV shows, and wirelessly stream your media to other PCs, mobile devices, and media extenders throughout your home. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to purchase this mean machine any time sooner since the company has decided to sell it through their Channel program only. Alienware HD Media Server will not be available directly to consumers.
The Gear4 Blackbox Bluetooth speaker system comes in a gloss black finish with a flashy red LED display that can show volume or act as a graphic equalizer. The speaker features the touch screen controls (for the 24-watt stereo speakers) on top of the unit which is disappear when not in use. You can connect it to your devices with wires or via Bluetooth as it works with any Bluetooth mobile device. In addition, it also works with batteries or can be plugged in for extended use. The Blackbox will sell for about $200 when it is released in the next few weeks. A smaller version will also be available for approx. $120.
HP unveiled its new 2MP webcam that features CMOS Sensor with AF and HD video quality sharp, crisp pictures. The camera has a unique notebook clip plus a tilt and pan feature to adjust the cam. Additionally, it also has an HP instant chat button. With the ArcSoft Magic I feature you can enhance your video conferencing experience with special effects. The webcam is compatible with AIM, Windows Live Messenger, Skype, and Yahoo! Messenger. However, there is no word on the pricing and availability so far.
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Toshiba showcased their new gaming keyboard at IFA 2007. The keyboard features 55 keys connects via USB all enclosed in a patented ergonomic design. However, pricing and availability of the Toshiba gaming keyboard is not known yet.
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