The LG T54 is a slim mini-PMP in a shiny metal box which measures at just 54.4mm x 92.6mm x 11.5mm. The gadget comes jam packed with a 2.4-inch 260k-color TFT LCD screen, and features DMB broadcasts, with some games. Its battery lasts up to 25 hours on music playback, 5 hours on video and 4 hours tuning in to digital TV. Additionally, the LG T54 mini-PMP also plays AVI at 30fps and MP3, OGG, WMA and WAV audio files. It also supports JPG, BMP and TXT, in case you want a quiet read instead of listening to music or watching TV. Pricing info is still unknown.
Verizon is offering new Moto Q music 9m mobile phone from Motorola, which features an updated design and multimedia interface that allows users to access Verizon’s V CAST Music capabilities. For your info, the handset has an ergonomically optimized keyboard for faster typing and side-scroll thumb wheel for operating the menus in one hand. The Moto Q music 9m also boasts Windows Mobile 6 operating system, Bluetooth, supports EV-DO for high speed data, a web browser, 1.3MP camera with integrated flash and it can take in up to 4GB capacity microSD memory cards. Its battery offers 215 minutes of talk time and 310 hours of standby time. The Moto Q music 9m retails for $299.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and 2-year service agreement. A 2GB microsd memory card will be included in the package. You can also buy a 4GB card for an additional $149.99, or a stereo headset for $49.99.
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Acer’s Aspire 5520 laptop is designed by BMW Group design team for regular home users. The 15.4-inch notebook PC is powered by AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-52/56/60/64/66 processor, Nvidia 8400M G (128MB VRAM) or 7000M graphics card, up to 4GB RAM, max 250GB hard drive, dual layer DVD burner, webcam, 802.11b/g wireless, Bluetooth, and Windows Vista operating system. It also features ceramic coated echelon-type keyboard and Dolby home theater system. The Acer Aspire 5520 is priced at around $1000.
Planar adds three new LCD screens in their PX line up. The new 26-, 24- and 22-inch PX wide screen monitors are designed for graphics professionals. The 26 inch PX2611W features 800:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, 1920×1200 resolution, 500cd/m2 brightness, and 178/178 degrees viewing angle. The 24-inch PX2411W comes with the same resolution, 450cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast, and 6ms response time. The last model is the PX2211W that offers 300cd/m2 brightness, 1680 x 1050 resolution, and same other specs as PX2611W. The 22″, 24″ and 26″ monitors are now available at $300, $600, and $900 respectively.
The new Logitech G51 5.1 Speaker System features 360-degree surround sound with dual Matrix modes that offers all the benefits of 360-degree surround sound and makes it available with or without a multi-channel audio source. With Logitech’s dual Matrix technology, gamers can create a 5.1 surround-sound experience from any common two-channel stereo source. The G51 speaker system produces 155 watts of total RMS (root mean square) power and is optimized to deliver high-performance audio experiences. The company has equipped the G51 speakers with an improved control pod that includes both headphone and microphone jacks. The control pod also allows gamers to easily mute the game audio, or mute only the microphone – or both. The Logitech G51 Surround Sound Speaker System is expected to be available in October for a suggested retail price of $199.99.
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2K Games has announced that Mafia 2 is in development. It is a sequel to the original that sold more than two million copies worldwide. The Mafia 2 is being developed by Illusion Softworks for next-gen consoles and PC. See more screenshots after the jump.
Here is a new trailer of Rayman: Raving Rabbids 2. The Rabbids try to infiltrate the Game Convention in Leibzig. What a funny video! Hit the jump to watch the trailer.
Epson’s latest USB 2.0 Perfection V500 flatbed scanner sports a 6400dpi optical resolution and 48-bit color depth. It means that users can create 17″ x 22″ or bigger enlargements from film with incredible detail and accuracy. Additionally, with 48-bit color depth and a 3.4 dynamic range, the Epson V500 Photo produces scans with brilliant, true-to-life colors. This scanner also features the firm’s ReadyScan LED technology, which eliminates warm-up time both when turning on the scanner and when switching back-and-forth between reflective and film scanning, as well as automatically turns off in standby mode, using less power while offering greater productivity. The Epson USB 2.0 Perfection V500 flatbed scanner retails for $249.99.
Pentax introduced a couple of new shooters today. The Z10 features an 8MP CCD sensor (up to ISO 2100), 7x zoom, and 52MB of internal memory, while the S10 has a 10MP CCD sensor with up to 3x zoom, 22MB internal memory, and can shoot DivX MPEG-4 videos. Both cameras share the same digital anti-shake, 2.5-inch LCDs, facial recognition, SDHC compatibility, $250 price tags, and September release dates. One more pic after the jump.
You are probably familiar with the HP EX470 / EX475 MediaSmart Home Servers. According to reports from Amazon and PCMall, the $599 EX470 (clocking in at 500GB) and and $749 EX475 (1TB) will begin shipping on September 15th, 2007. For your info, the servers adopts 1.8GHz AMD Semprons and contain four drive bays, four USB ports and one eSATA port.