Monthly Archives: December 2010

Lacie Float

Lacie Float: A Hard Drive And Trackpad In One

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The hard drive market isn’t exactly teeming with excitement, but some how Lacie keeps finding way to keep the headlines churning. The Lacie Float is a hard drive case meets trackpad.  It’s crafted from carbon fiber and sits on a sheet of glass providing it with the appearance that it...

LG Optimus 2X

LG Optimus 2x Is The World’s First Dual-Core Smartphone

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Today, LG unveiled the Optimus 2x, the world’s first smartphone with a dual-core processor.  It’s packed with features, but the real meat of this story is that it sports a 1Ghz dual-core Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip, which isn’t found in another smartphone to date.  We’re a bit skeptical on battery performance...

PS3 Sharp Shooter

PS3 Sharp Shooter Gun Attachment Will Cost $39

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Gunning with your PS3 has gotten one step closer to actual gunning, or at least will get closer once the Sharp Shooter Attachment begins selling in February for $39. Designed for Killzone 3, but playing friendly with other games as well, the plastic gun will have both a motion controller...

Dragan Flyer X8

Draganflyer X8 Lifts Off With 8 Motors

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Differential thrust from eight main horizontal rotor blades allows the Draganflyer X8 UAV helicopter to both hover and change directions easily. The X8 also has eight brushless electric motors, which let it carry heavier photo and video equipment than previous models from Draganfly. And in case one of them stops,...

celsius-phone-xl

Celsius X VI II Watch Phone Costs $300,000?!?!?

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The Celsius X VI II Watch Phone costs $300,000. A couple Google searches after finding out that interesting informational tid-bit, I have confirmed that it is correct, but my mind still yells ‘mistake’. Only 18 are being made, and yes, it is gorgeous, but for $300,000 gorgeous seems almost random....

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Rock Band Reloaded iPhone 4 Review

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[rating:4/5] Pros: Fun and easy to get into Polished presentation and gameplay Decent sound Cons: Non-Working multiplayer Battery killer Landscape mode can hinder speaker port When Apps first became available on the iPhone, Tap Tap Revenge was the first “touch” music game to hit the App Store.  Fast forward to...

Altec Lansing Octiv Stage

Altec Lansing Octiv Stage Review

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[rating: 3.5/5] Pros: Great bed side companion to the iPad Dock rotates 90 degrees left and right Aux input for non iProducts Cons: Sonic abilities just ok in this price range ($149.99) Dock connector has a tendency to disconnect when jostled Remotes additional menu buttons are pretty much useless Altec Lansing’s Octiv Stage is...

Kitara Digital Guitar

Kitara Touchscreen Guitar Now Available For $849 (video)

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Remember that touchscreen guitar that we showed you last January, the Misa?  Well, you can now preorder the basic version for $849 or the special edition for $2,899.  In addition to a price announcement, they’ve also changed the name to Kitara. Feature wise we’re looking at a multifunction touchscreen, MIDI...

Bottle opening iPod Nano Watch Strap

iPod Nano Watch Strap Bottle Opener

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Since we’re already on the theme of watches, it only seemed appropriate to present to you the iPod Nano Leather and Steel Watchband.  At first glance it looks like yet another iPod Nano watch band, but if you squint and peer a little closer you’ll notice some strange curves on...

Fossil Connected Android watch

Fossil Connected Android Watch Concept

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Much like Sony Ericsson’s Live View, Fossil’s Connected Watch Design, which is currently in the conceptual stages, displays your Android phone’s caller ID, email, weather and other tid bits of information that are worthy of glance at your wrist. The watch itself doesn’t look half bad, but the current screens...