JVC GR-D650 Digital Video Camera

by Alexander on April 9, 2006

JVC GR-D650 Digital Video Camera
The JVC GR-D650 Digital Video Camera has a nice 2.5 inch LCD display. It allows you to take 1,280 x 960 pixel pictures to store on an SD cards. Perhaps the best feature of the JVC GR-D650 is its F1.2 camera lens, said to be the brightest lens available. It also features 16:9 widescreen mode and a USB port, as well as other input/output. The release date is 05/13 for $550 US. Info via TechEBlog.

Nomad SOS GPS Tracker

by Alexander on April 9, 2006

Nomad SOS GPS Tracker
This Nomad SOS Tracker is wearable on a lanyard and allows tracking for anyone who needs help being found. It connects to control centers via GPS and is perfect for handicapped, elderly, or otherwise endangered individuals. Anyone who has fallen and can’t get up could use this handy device. Info from CNet Asia via 2Day.

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Grundig VP6200 Personal Media Player

by Alexander on April 9, 2006

Grundig VP6200 Personal Media Player
Grundig has just released the VP6200, an all-purpose PMP with a digital video camera. It allows you to record TV and DVDs as well as film short Mpegs. It supports JPEG, Mp3, DivX, WMA, FM radio, etc. on its 3.5 inch, 65,000 color screen. You can convert CDs and TV to media to store on its 30 GB hard drive. The price is £350 (about $600 US), which may be a bit hefty for a PMP. Either way this PMP packs a wallop. Info via Stuff UK.

Kanguru 64GB USB Flash Memory

by Johnick on April 9, 2006

Carrying 1GB worth of documents with you is cool, but how about carrying your entire hard drive in your pocket? The new Kanguru 64 GB USB flash memory isn’t cheap at $2,800, but for many mobile users, the 18 grams weight and the ultra-small size is worth the investment. It’s expected to go on sale April 15th of this year, 2006. Info via TechEBlog.

Pantech Phone Comes to the U.S.

by FreshEffect on April 8, 2006

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The Hero EV-Do has just been released by Pantech. This phone features a compact size and a 2.2″ QVGA Screen. The Hero also stores 70MB of internal memory and support both Mp3 and Mpeg4 H.264. For taking pictures, expect a 2.0 Megapixel camera. Via Akihabara News.

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