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eMagin iPod Video glasses

by Johnick on April 17, 2006

eMagin eyebud iPod video glasses

Now you can walk and watch video on your iPod without using your hands to hold the iPod. The new eMagin EyeBud 800 feel like any other glasses, except that they have a band type holder that goes all around your head that allow you to watch video from your iPod. The glasses are expected to be priced around $500; availability dates are yet to be announced. Info via I4U.

Gorillapod Camera Tripod

by Johnick on April 17, 2006

Gorillapod Camera Tripod
The cool looking Gorillapod tripod allows you to hold and place your camera at any angle or location. The Gorillapod doesn’t require an even surface, making it truly unique along with the ability to bend it or wrap it on any object or surface. The Gorillapod Tripod is available right now for $24.95 . Info via Gizmos for Geeks.

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TV Tuner for Nintendo DS & SP

by FreshEffect on April 10, 2006


Finally, DS users have something to get excited about. Although they are behind the PSP in technology, they do find their way to be some what alike. The TV tuner for the Nintendo DS and SP is very large in size and is powered by a single AAA battery and gets 4 hours of use. The tuner also comes with an A/V cable attachment, and your DS/SP can also be used as a monitor for other gaming consoles (XBox, Playstation 2, etc.) and mobile devices. Release date is April 29th in Japan and no info on pricing. Go Nintendo.

Planon Scan Pen

by FreshEffect on April 8, 2006

Planon Scan Pen
Here’s the new color scan pen from Planon. The RC800 DocuPen is just like the old scanners but more modern. To scan, just slide the pen it over the page. The pen features 8MB of built-in flash memory and a microSD card slot to add more memory. At only 9.5 inches long this pen will be easier to carry around. It is available now at, cost is $350. Via NY Times.

Modeo Smartphone with Digital TV

by Johnick on April 6, 2006

Modeo smartphone

Modeo has unveiled a Bluetooth Smartphone that uses the new Texas Instruments processor for processing digital video, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a 128 mb flash memory and a 2.2 inch LCD screen. The unit will be able to process the new digital TV broadcasts throughout the U.S. The unit is expected to be available in certain US markets this year, and the entire country in 2007. Price is not yet known. Info via RegHardware.