FCC Approves P990i

by FreshEffect on July 11, 2006

FCC Approves P990i

The P990i by Sony Ericsson, has just been approved by the FCC. Sony Ericsson’s latest Smartphone featrues a 2.8-inch QVGA touch screen display, 2.0-megapixel camera, 802.11b WLAN, full QWERTY keypad, Bluetooth, Memory Stick/Memory Stick PRO Duo card slot (64MB included), an FM radio, and USB connectivity. No word yet on price or availability.

Via MobileWhack.

2007 Marcos TSO GTC

by FreshEffect on July 11, 2006

2007 Marcos TSO GTC

Marcos has just unveiled their 2007 TSO GTC . Their latest sports car features a 420hp V-8 engine with a 6-speed manual gearbox.

The TSO’s lightweight composite body, space frame chassis and V8 engine provide an impressive power-to-weight ratio. With the Performance Pack the TSO accelerates to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds and to 100 mph in 8.5 seconds

Via Leftlane News.

Review: Eurocom D900K F-Bomb

by FreshEffect on July 11, 2006

Review: Eurocom D900K F-Bomb

Thanks to the people at MobilityGuru we know what to expect from the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb. The D900K F-Bomb runs on a Dual Core AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+
(2.4-Ghz) processor, 2 x 512MB of 200 MHz DDR (PC3200) memory, Nvidia GeForce Go 7800 GTX graphics, and a 100GB SATA hard drive. Here’s what they thought:

At around $3,500 as configured, about $500 – $600 less than Dell’s XPS M1710, the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb is a decent buy, though some will still consider it expensive. It’s a very good gaming notebook that I expect will appeal to hard core gamers looking for a big and powerful machine.

Engadget via Laptops@TechFresh.

Colorful 3.6 Inch Portable T-DMB “UBINA”

Asia Pacific Satellite Industries introduces its new 3.6 Inch T-DMB TV ‘Ubina’. It is available in red, silver, green, and sky blue and has a maximum 5 hours playback time on lithium-ion battery. The price is around 165,000 Korean Won. The company boasts that Ubina adopts high-quality components to maximize reception rate at a reasonable price.

Via Aving USA.

More T-DMB “UBINA” pictures after the jump!

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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.