Sony Blu-ray Disc Player Pre-Order @ BestBuy

by Alexander on March 19, 2006

Sony Blu-ray Disc Player
BestBuy.com is now offering the Sony BDP-S1 Blu-ray Disc Player for $999 Pre-Order. You can now watch High Definition movies on your home theater. Over 100 supportable titles are scheduled to be released soon. Info via TechEBlog.

Bright Bike Folding Electric Bicycle

by Alexander on March 19, 2006

Bright Bike Folding Electric Bicycle
If you’re looking for a new and economical way to get around, you can get a Bright Bike. It’s kind of like an electric moped. It’ll run you about £750, which is about $1300 US. Info via Red Ferret.

Samsung Blu-ray Disc Writer

by Alexander on March 19, 2006

Samsung Blu-ray Disc Writer
You can read The Register’s review of the Samsung SH-B022 Blu-ray Disc Writer. If you’re not familiar with Blu-ray yet, it’s the disc format that allows you to burn 25 GigaBytes on a single Disc. The estimated price for the Samsung SH-B022 should be between $800-900 US and will release later this year. Info via Gizmodo.

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LG MG810 Bluetooth Flip Cell Phone

by Johnick on March 19, 2006

LG MG810 Bluetooth Flip Cell Phone
The new LG MG810 is being considered by many to be the first serious competition to the popular Motorola Razr phones. At only 14.6 mm in width, the tri-band GSM/GPRS Bluetooth phone has a 1.3 megapixel camera, can record videos and play flash movies, and is also possibly an MP3 player. The most unique feature of the phone is that the keys respond to the heat from your fingers, so don’t expect any accidental key pressing. The phone is expected to go on sale before the end of September, 2006. Info via MobileFanatic.

CeBIT: Sharp’s 2-Way Viewing Angle LCD

by FreshEffect on March 19, 2006

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With a parallax barrier superimposed on a normal TFT-LCD, these Sharp displays can show different information simultaneously depending on the viewing angle. With a parallax barrier superimposed on a normal TFT-LCD, these Sharp displays can show different information simultaneously depending on the viewing angle. Via TechEBlog.