Monthly Archives: November 2005

Platronics Pulsar 590 Bluetooth Stereo Headset

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When I had a PDA I infrequently used it because between my cell phone, and computer it was just too much for too little. Fortunately for the audio world, the convergence is upon us and Platronics has taken a step closer by introducing the Pulsar 590. The Pulsar 590 offers...

Gray Kangaroo Liquor Filter

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Want to turn your squeeze-bottle Popov vodka into a bottle of Grey Goose? Well according to Grey Goose, if you use their new $29.95 gadget, you can! The Gray Kangaroo is a stylin’ Brita filter marketed towards filtering liquor. One of the things better quality vodkas feature is that they...

Hot Delivered Laptop

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We all enjoy anonymity, especially when it comes to our valuable goods. That’s why there’s the 14″ Power Pizza box for your laptop. It’s marketed as anti-theft, anti-shock, and ANTI-STYLE and costs about $25. Check out the product site here Story via Gadgetmadness Power Pizza box Specs: Corrugated cardboard pizza...

Intel Mac mini: a digital hub?

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According to Think Secret, the upcoming Intel Mac mini is going to be a fully featured digital hub. Apple will be adding Front Row 2.0, TiVo-like DVR functionality, and a built-in iPod dock to the upcoming Intel powered Mac mini. The code name for the machine is Kaleidoscope. While the...

Canon PowerShot A620 Review

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The experts over at dpreview.com offer up a review on the Canon PowerShot A620. This 7.1 megapixel budget “point and shoot” is an update to the old PowerShot A95. How does this compact stack up to its predecessor? The PowerShot A95 was one of the most successful 5MP compacts due...

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX9 Review

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The folks over at CNET.com have reviewed the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX9. This compact camera features 6 megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom, and SD memory. What did they think of this $340 point and shoot? Pros: Optical stabilization improves low-light shooting without flash; jewel-like design and build; decent color rendition;...

Nokia 9300i Smart Phone Announced

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Nokia announces its latest member to its family of smartphones, the Nokia 9300i, an update to the Nokia 9300. The 9300i features a QWERTY full keyboard, 65,536 color screen, and 80 MB of memory (expandable up to 2 GB). As far as connectivity goes, this smartphone has it all. You...

Samsung SPH-4000 Compass, Walking Phone

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Samsung released its Korean only SPH-4000. The phone truly does have some weird, but somewhat useful features. First off it can sense gesture. What’s that mean? Move the phone a certain direction and you activate your MP3 playback. You can apparently activate (don’t know about control) some games as well....

Bose Stereo Makes a Jumping Car

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When you think of Bose you think of the bump they put in your music. Well if the Massachusetts based company has it their way they’ll soon be taking the bump out of your commute. Apparently Bose, most well known for its compact radios with rich sound quality, has tinkered...

Samsung Flexible 7″ LCD

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Samsung has unveiled its 7″ flexible LCD (largest to date). Don’t know what the practical uses are of a flexible LCD, but apparently this one is not only larger in size then its predecessors, but supports a higher resolution. Picture courtesy of Korea Times...