Telescope 6x Zoom For Mobile Phone

by Johan on July 5, 2006

Telescope 6x Zoom For Mobile Phone

This cellphone telescope from Mobile Brando turns your standard camera lens with a 6x zoom lens. Only Nokia 6230 and 6680 case mods are available currently. It is available not at Mobile Brando for US $19.00 each.

Via CellPhones@TechFresh.

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New Samsung Floor Cleaning Robots

by Johan on July 5, 2006

New Samsung Floor Cleaning Robots VC-RS60 and VC-RS60H

Samsung releases two new floor cleaning robots, VC-RS60 and VC-RS60H. The Samsung VC-RS60H will sell for 990,000 won or about $1045 and the VC-RS60 for 890,000 won or about $939 in Korea. They looked like a stereo cassette player and have an awesome cleaning speed of 0.4m/second. Both robots have a HEPA filters and can find the charging station for recharging when necessary.

Via i4u.

Volkswagen Unleashes 150 Mph Self-driving Car

Using electronic eyes, a VW Golf GTi drives itself at 150 Mph. The electronic eyes feature both radar and laser sensors in the front of the car which reads the road and relay everything to the computer. It can handle speeds of up to 150 mph while under its own control.

Via The Register.

BenQ Releases Trio Writer BW1000

by Johan on July 5, 2006

BenQ Releases Trio Writer BW1000

BenQ announces the next generation optical writer, the BenQ BW1000 trio writer. The name “trio” means that this optical writer supports multiple media formats such as red laser disc, infra-red laser and the blue laser disc “Blu-Ray”. Moreover, this BenQ BW1000 allows several advantages with Blu-Ray technology which allows playback and recording of Blu-Ray discs with a storage capacity up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and a 50GB on a double-layer disc. The trio writer uses a Precision Tilt Control System (PTCS), an extra level of protection against vibration, noisy signals and irregularities in the physical media, in order to avoid you from playback hiccups and failed burns.

Via Aving, USA.

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NFS Carbon Race Modes Revealed

by Johan on July 4, 2006

NFS Carbon Race Modes Revealed

We have mentioned this game before. So this is an update for our previous post. EA Games has revealed the 8 racing modes for the upcoming Need For Speed: Carbon. The racing modes include Drift, Sprint, Circuit and Speedtrap. The new ones are based on the “Canyon” circuits, Canyon Duel, Canyon Race, and Canyon Drift. I think “Canyon Drift” will be the same as a Drift mode in Need For Speed: Underground 2. Who knows?

Via Eternal Gaming.