Mad Catz has announced the latest Cyborg Gaming Keyboard and Cyborg Gaming Lights that adopt the amBX technology. Designed for PCs, both gadgets are the first two amBX compatible products launched under the Company’s Cyborg brand. For your info, the amBX technology provides full “sensory surround” entertainment, allowing gamers to enjoy a more immersive experience by incorporating dynamic real world effects such as light and color. Featuring laser-etched keys, the Cyborg Gaming Keyboard with amBX technology features full RGB back lighting capable of displaying up to 16 million colors which react dynamically to on screen game play. In addition, the keyboard features Anti-Ghosting of the WASD keys, ensuring simultaneous keys register when called upon. The Cyborg Gaming Lights with amBX technology reacts to in game amBX commands and envelop the user in up to 16 million colors to provide an atmospheric and highly realistic gaming environment. The Cyborg Gaming Lights with amBX technology are expected to ship world-wide later this year and the Cyborg Gaming Keyboard with amBX technology is expected to ship in early 2011. [Product Page]

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Two New Mitsubishi Blu-ray Recorders

by Johan on August 18, 2010

Mitsubishi DVR-BZ340 (1TB) and DVR-BZ240 (500GB) Blu-ray Recorders

Mitsubishi has proudly introduced a couple of new Blu-ray recorders that come with either a 1TB or a 500GB of storage space. The Mitsubishi DVR-BZ340 (1TB) and DVR-BZ240 (500GB) feature a 8x Blu-ray recorder, two digital TV tuner and supports acTVila Japanese VOD Service. You can transfer the recorded video contents from its internal hard disk drive to your computer via a USB port or an SD card. [Akihabara]

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Samsung S2 640GB USB 3.0 Portable HDD

by Johan on August 18, 2010

Samsung Electronics comes back with the S2 Portable USB 3.0 HDD that features an on-board SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface and a 7200RPM spindle speed, delivering faster performance over preceding versions. The SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface boasts a maximum transfer rate of 5Gbps, compared to the 480Mbps of USB 2.0 interface. Additional features include the low vibration Dynamic Balancing technology, the SilentSeek low noise technology and the NoiseGuard. Additionally, the Samsung S2 comes preloaded with Samsung Auto Backup, SecretZone and SafetyKey for data encryption and password protection. This 2.5-inch external hard disk drive is currently available in 320GB and 640GB of storage capacities. [Samsung]

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Measuring at just 175mm x 128mm x 15mm, the Amex Digital MP-501 is claimed to be the world’s smallest 1080p media player so far. The gadget features an ARM 9 A8 Full HD engine, which is able to handle most of famous multimedia file formats including MP3, WMA, AAC, JPEG, GIF, BMP, AVI (Xvid, AVC, MPEG1/2/4), MPG/MPEG, VOB, MKV (h.264, x.264, AVC, MPEG1/2/4, VC-1) and MP4/MOV (MPEG4, h.264). The Amex Digital MP-501 also supports an SD/SDHC card slot, a couple of USB ports and an HDMI out. If you are interested, you can purchase the Amex Digital MP-501 for $49. [Amex Digital]

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Sharp Papyrus PW-AT790 Electronic Dictionary

by Johan on August 18, 2010

Sharp has rolled out the successor to the famous Sharp Papyrus PW-AT780. Known as the Sharp Papyrus PW-AT790, this new English – Japanese electronic dictionary comes jam packed with a 5.5-inch LCD display, the handwritten kanji input system, an MP3 player and an SD card slot. Measuring 146mm x 105.5mm x 20.1mm and weighing 323grams, the Sharp Papyrus PW-AT790 retails for around $375. [Product Page]

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