Monthly Archives: February 2006

iChair MP3 Seat


Enter yet another ‘i’ product on the market. The iChair, features two built in speakers at ear level, and an ass vibrating subwoofer at your – you guessed it – rear. The chair also sports a pocket for your MP3 player, standard headphone jack, and a volume control in the...

Sony PlayStation 3 Release Date


Thanks to developer sources, we have a potential PlayStation 3 release date. Apparently, both Japan and the U.S. will see a PS3 release date in September of 2006. This has been confirmed by launch games having release dates in September. That would make the PS3 beat the Nintendo revolution release...

PS3 HUB online game service


There’s no denying that XBox Live has been a major factor in the XBox 360’s success. In fact this week, Microsoft announced that 54% of Xbox 360 owners subscribe to XBox Live. So it’s no suprise that Sony is trying to tap the online game service just right with the...

Cheap, Flexible, Portable Web Cam

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Looking for a small, lightweight webcam for your notebook? may have the answer for you with the CP10T1 USB Travel Notebook Webcam. For only $10.95, this Webcam is little more than a tiny camera at the end of a flexible USB cable. Twist and turn the USB cable for...

HD DirecTV on your XBox360


Thanks to the Microsoft and DirecTV partnership announced at CES, you may soon be able to view DirecTV content on your XBox 360. According to the March 2006 issue of Official Xbox Magazine, alongside the Xbox Live, Games, Media, and System Blades (tabs), you’ll soon see a DirecTV blade. The...

Nissan Terranaut Star Trek Vehicle

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If there is any car that is Star Trek meets SUV, this is it. The Nissan Terranaut has gotta be one of the lowest capacity SUVs at 3 seats, but the sacrifice is the cab that is all computer lab; features a 360 degree swivel chair. To accommodate easy entry...

DX1 Input System: Customizable Keyboard


The Ergodex DX1 Input System is the ultimate in customizable keyboards. The DX1 is a clear tray with 25 included buttons that can be placed in any arrangement and programmed to do any function. Each button on the DX1 Input System let’s you use whatever label you went. Heck, since...

Speed Measuring Baseball


When I was a little leaguer one thing I always wanted to know is how fast could I throw. Thanks to the Radar Pitch Baseball, my childhood desire has been fulfilled, albeit 15 years late. Just toss the ball up to 80’ away and then view the built in LCD....

Uncap the 100 Song Limit on the RAZR and SLVR


Some misfit iTunes users have apparently discovered code in the most recent installment of iTunes that leads to a hidden page on the iTunes Music store that will unlock the bizarre 100 song cap on Motorola iTunes phones. Purportedly the page reads: “Want more music on your mobile phone with...

Samsung’s Ultra Small Phone – SGH-P300


Samsung’s SGH-P300 is unbelievably small and still packs a punch. At just 8.9mm (0.35″) thick, the phone is supported by a 1.3 megapixel camera, a 262k color screen, and all the while can playback a laundry list of audio formats (MP3/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+) via its 80MB of on board memory. Doesn’t sound...

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