How to Dissect Your iRiver clix

by Johan on June 3, 2006

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Are you dare enough to dissect your iRiver clix? Now we challenges you to dissect it. All you need is the Swiss Army knife, small flat head screw drivers, and a little bit of patience. Visit Anything But Ipod for more details. Via Engadget.

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Samsung P900 DMB Phone

by Johan on June 3, 2006

Samsung P900 DMB Phone

This new Samsung P900 DMB cell phone has a rotating 2.2″ TFT-LCD display and supports T-DMB (Terrestrial Digital Media Broadcasting), video streaming/recording, dual speakers, 128MB memory, MP3 player, and Bluetooth. It measures 94.5 mm x 47.5 mm x 26.6 mm and weighs only 124g. Via Cellphones @ TechFresh.

Microsoft’s Wireless Laser Desktop for Mac

by FreshEffect on June 2, 2006

Microsoft's Wireless Laser Desktop for Mac

Microsoft has just unveiled their Wireless Laser Desktop for the Mac computers. This setup features sleek curves and a stylish finish. The Wireless Laser Desktop also includes hotkeys to iTunes and iPhoto instead of a Windows key. Microsoft will be releasing it this summer for $99.95. Via New Launches.

Sonic Impacts K1

by FreshEffect on June 2, 2006

Sonic Impacts K1

Sonic Impact’s K1 is a device designed to display the videos of the iPod Video on a 7-inch widescreen VGA display instead of the 2.5-inch iPod screen. This makes viewing a lot easier and comfortable somewhat like a mini-laptop. All you have to do is dock your iPod in the space provided. The price is set at $300. No word on availability yet. Via iLounge.

Concept: Dual Screen Cell Phone

by FreshEffect on June 2, 2006

Dual Screen Cell Phone

Alloy Total Product Design has just their “The Polygon”, which is a dual-screened cell phone concept. It features two displays: a standard high-resolution display for viewing data and a touchscreen for accessing menus, etc. Alloy Total Production Design has not released any thing on price or if it will go into production. No word yet on if this concept will go into production. Via Slash Phone.

If you wish to watch television, or browse the net, this is the screen that’ll display all of the video and pictures. The second screen is sensitive to the touch, and is thus a lot more durable. This is the screen used for navigation of the various features and media available on The Polygon.