Audio Technica ATH-750COM USB Headset

by Johan on June 29, 2010

If you are searching for a high quality headset for VOIP phone calls, then check out the Audio Technica ATH-750COM USB. Compatible with both PC and Mac, the headset provides an outstanding audio reproduction with an output of 102dB/mW and a 32-Ohm of impedance. Priced at 8,980 Yen ($101), the Audio Technica ATH-750COM USB Headset also features a 2-meter long USB cable and weights at just 125 grams. [Akihabara]

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Century’s Latest 10.1-inch USB Monitor

by Johan on June 29, 2010

GeekStuff4U has started selling the Century LCD-10000U 10.1-inch USB monitor in Japan. The digital display produces a comfortable 16:9 true aspect ratio with a 1366×768 resolution. Measuring 161mm x 249mm x 34mm and weighing 615grams, this USB 2.0 LCD monitor also supports a 230cd/m2 of brightness level. Folks in Japan are able to buy the Century LCD-10000U for 26,000 Yen ($293). [GeekStuff4U]

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Serendip Concept Device

If you have a bad memory or would just like a better recollection of every minute detail that goes on in your life, then the new Serendip device should be of great interest to you. It is a portable device that will feature a tiny display, wireless connectivity and an integrated camera. All you need to do is go about your day while the device snaps and records everything it sees and remembers. The technology required for this one to become a reality is still way off because the way it works is much more complex than it sounds, but we think this one will be an interesting one to follow. [YankoDesign]

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LG Prepares E60 Series Full HD Monitors

by Isaiah on June 29, 2010

LG is preparing to unleash a new series of Full HD monitors ‘E60′ for the European market. Coming in both 22-inch and 23-inch models, these LED-backlight monitors provide 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 1,000:1 contrast ratio and come with D-Sub, DVI and HDMI connectors. Both of these monitors will become available in Europe from September for 229 Euro / $279 (22-inch) and 249 Euro / $304 (23-inch), respectively. [Softpedia]

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Pitrec Business Card Handheld Device

With almost everything coming in a digital version these days and paper almost being a thing of the past it is strange that we still haven’t found a better solution for the old school business card. The Pitrec might just be that new solution. When you receive a business card from someone you simply insert it and the Pitrec will scan it and save the information for up to 10,000 cards. The device can recognize names, titles and company names for easy searching later on. [CrunchGear]

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