Novogo V Series - The Voice-Activated GPS

The Novogo V Series is a GPS system device with have voice activation. Using your voice, the GPS will automatically change your destination and calculate the shortest distance or the fastest route. The device is also feature a Real Time Traffic Message Channel option for live traffic updates, and six different colors to match your car’s dashboard. Price is £279 or around $513 and available only with UK and Europe maps.

Via 2Day Blog.

Mitsubishi's Symbian-powered D702iBCL Smartphone

Mitsubishi D702iBCL is a Symbian 8.1 powered handset which features a QVGA display, FlashCast/iChannel support, and “NTT’s MOAP (Moblie Oriented Applications Platform) UI”. The mobile phone measures 130 mm x 47 mm x 16.8 mm and weighs 97 grams. No info on pricing and availability yet.

Engadget Mobile via CellPhones@TechFresh.

Hitachi’s “Prius One” Type S

by Johan on July 6, 2006

Hitachi’s “Prius One” Type S

“Prius One” Type S is an all-in-one PC from Hitachi which boasts a 1.60 GHz Intel Celeron M 380 CPU, 512MB of memory, digital/analog TV tuners, a 320GB HDD, ±R DL DVD Super Multi drive, a 1280 x 1024 17 Inch display, five USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire port, and a 3-in-1 memory card reader. The price is $1,385.

Via TechEBlog.

Futuristic iMac Concept

by Johan on July 6, 2006

Futuristic iMac Concept

This futuristic iMac concept is designed by Adam Benton. It has a transparent 30 Inch display and a wireless keyboard with light-sensitive illuminated keys. There is no info whether this iMac will go into mass production or not.

Via Yanko Design.

iLuv i180

by FreshEffect on July 5, 2006

iLuv i180

iLuv’s i180 gets rid of the hassle of having to convert media into iPod form. iLuv’s iPod dock lets you use any souce (TV, DVD player, VCR, camera, etc) using the i180’s composite or S-video connection. The iLuv i180 will cost $200 and drops this August. Via Uncrate.