The Strangest And Most Expensive Keyboard

by Johan on July 11, 2006

The Strangest And Most Expensive Keyboard

This is probably the strangest and the most expensive keyboard. The Maltron keyboard is actually designed to increase your typing speed. This keyboard connects to PS/2 and USB interfaces and works well with PC’s, Mac, UNIX, and Linux computer systems. The Maltron keyboard is available for around $ 490.

Via Coolest Gadgets.

Robonova-1 Available Now

by Johan on July 11, 2006

Robonova-1 Available Now

After the long wait, the Robonova-1 from Hitec Corporation is now available to consumers outside of Japan. The robot’s price is $1199.95 which boasts 16 powerful digital servomoters, custom gold anodized aluminium servo brackets, a rechargeable 5-cell NiMH which provides 45 minutes of use, and a wireless remote control. With this configuration, the robot can walk, run, kick, stand on one leg, turn cartwheels, and dance right out of the box. Moreover, the robot can be commanded to lie down, pick itself back up, turn a flip, do push-ups, and more. Robonova-1 measures 12 Inch x 6 Inch x 3 Inch. and weighs 3 lbs.

Via NewLaunches.

Rimax Music LED Speakers

by Johan on July 11, 2006

Rimax Music LED Speakers

The Rimax LED speakers add an ambient light to your room decoration. The speakers can be use with any audio sources such as PC, portable audio player, or any other devices which have a standard audio jack output. The speakers feature blue LEDs around the outside of the clear panel that light rhythmically as music plays and give a cool ambiance. With a high quality sound and a 2 Watts power output, the Rimax LED Speakers are available for $ 35. The speakers measure 115 mm x 80 mm x 195 mm.

Via NewLaunches.

Panasonic 103 Inch Plasma TV Goes On Sale

by Johan on July 11, 2006

Panasonic 103 Inch Plasma TV Goes On Sale

Panasonic USA launches the world’s largest full HD Plasma display. The plasma TV is 103 Inches wide and supports a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It has a contrast ratio of 3000:1 and a 3.8 Inch pixel pitch. The company will be manufacturing 5000 of these displays annually at its high tech factory in Amagasaki – Japan. There is no info on pricing yet.

Via NewLaunches.

Sony’s New 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo

by Johan on July 11, 2006

Sony’s New 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo

Sony launches the new 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo. This new high capacity memory stick enables the users to hold large amounts of multimedia data including digital photos, music files, videos and games as well as increasingly popular podcasts and video blogs. Using this memory stick, users will be able to store up to 1000 MP3 songs, 3000 digital photos in 5MP resolution or more than 9 hours of MPEG-4 video. The 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo media will be available this summer and will cost around €170 or about $ 215.

Via SlashPhone.

More Sony’s Memory Stick PRO Duo pictures after the jump!

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