Archive for October, 2010
Cisco has announced its latest wireless-n router called Linksys WRT400N. This wireless router is capable to provide simultaneous dual-band Wireless-N connection of either 802.11g/b/a/n or 802.3/u for both wired and wireless device while offering 128-bit of wireless encryption and SPI firewall for air-tight security. Currently I’m using WRT320N at home and I’m very satisfied with my wireless router, no problem at all and very easy to setup. The WRT400N will have 4 10/100 Ethernet ports to plug your wired devices such as desktop computers, printer and etc. Take note this router only weighs 1.01 pounds and it can provide fast internet connection speed, longer distance, no downtime based on experience. The WRT400N will have a retail price of 149.99 USD with a 1-year limited warranty.
Contour Design has unveiled its latest ergonomic keyboard called RollerMouse PRO2. This device will replace the old palm rest in most keyboards with a built-in navigation bar with seven buttons for mouse clicks and a one-touch copy/paste button. The RollerMouse Pro2 can also lift your keyboard to a desired angle for more comfortable typing and with its comfortable palm rest you can prevent some serious repetitive strain injuries like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Tendonitis. The RollerMouse Pro2 will costs around $199.95.
Exemode has recently announced its latest hello kitty gadget called DV520KT digital camcorder. The Hello Kitty DV520KT features a 5MP CMOS sensor, 2.0 (inches) TFT color LCD monitor, and recording capabilities of 640×320 at 30 fps or 480×240 at 15 fps resolution which can be stored on its external (up to 8GB) SD or SDHC memory cards. This new Hello kitty video camera comes with 4x digital zoom, 32MB built-in memory, LED light and a USB 1.1 interface. This gadget made file sharing very easy because Photos and videos can directly be uploaded to Flickr or YouTube. The camera can shoot approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes of video and 2,540 still images. The Hello Kitty DV520KT uses 2 AAA batteries and will be available by June 25 with a price of $90.
We have seen quite a few cool and unique watches like the iWatch(iPod Nano + Wrist Watch) and the weird concept TokyoFlash. Now once again we are about to see a latest concept of watch called Tron-inspired LED Watch, designed by Scott from the UK. The Tron-inspired LED Watch features two rings (styled on a Tron Disc) which represent minutes (outer) and hours (inner) and comes with an electroluminescent strip around the whole watch strap. As you can see the break in the ring represents the time in a normal clock face layout. Same with Tokyoflash, pricing and release date are still unknown.
Nokia has recently announced its upcoming Nokia C5-03 handset. The C5-03 has a 3.2-inch touchscreen with 640 x 360 nHD display, a 5 megapixel camera, and runs S60 5th edition operating system. Other core features of this handset are 40MB of internal memory and can be extended up to 16GB using microSD card, GPS, Ovi Maps, UMTS on the 900, 1900, and 2100MHz, quad-band GSM, HSDPA/HSUPA 3G data, and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR connectivity. The Nokia C5-03 is available in different colors: black/graphite black, black/lime green, black/aluminum silver, and black/petrol blue. It’s expected to be launched at the end of the year and will cost around 170 euros.
Dell has announced its latest Dell Inspiron 15R Alloy Edition. This new laptop features a laser-etched alloy waves design on the outside and user can chose between Core i3, i5 or i7 processors. Other specifications include a 15.6-inch 1,366 x 768 WLED Glossy display, built-in Intel Graphics or a higher ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650, 750GB hard drive, and up to 8GB DDR3 of RAM. The Dell Inspiron 15R Alloy Edition has a 7-in-1 card reader, 1.3-megapixel webcam, , HDMI and eSATA port, smudge proof palm rest, an optional 9-cell battery(can be use up to 8 hours) and a separate 10-key numberic keypad. There are no info about pricing and released date for this latest laptop.
If you are looking for a small but powerful spy security camera, then you might want to buy this latest gadget called Camball. This spy cam has the size similar to a golf ball and it’s fully waterproof allowing you to place it anywhere you desire. The CamBall is available in two different models the SG-31 and the SG-30. Both model features a recording capabilities of 320 x 240 resolution at 25fps and can record for 2.5 hrs continually or 12 hours on a power save setting. Captured footage can be playback using a PC or a TV. They have both 128mb of internal memory that can be extended to 16GB using microSD card, have an integrated mic for audio, an MP3 player, and have the ability to capture both digital still images. The SG-30 is available for $149.99 and the SG-31 for $199.99, there is also a vehicle mount pack if required arriving soon.
MSI has launched a new pair of powerful laptops known as FX700 and the FR700. Both unit features a Core i5 processor, 17.3-inch HD LCD with led backlight, up to 8GB of DDR3 1066 MHz, DVD super multi, 2 USB 3.0 ports and 2 USB 2.0, HD webcam(30 fps@720p), 6 Cell Li-ion battery, weighs 2.8kg with battery and runs Windows 7 Home Premium. The MSI FX700 uses nVidia GeForce GT 425M for its graphics card with 1GB GDDR3 of display memory for high performance, while Intel HD graphics for the FR700. Both laptop features Turbo drive engine technology, Cinema Pro, GPU Boost (FX700), and Anti Fingerprint (FR700). Prices are still unknown.
Mikhail Stawsky has designed a latest mobile technology which is really unique called Rotel Mechanical Mobile. It does not use solar energy; rather it uses kinetic energy to be recharge. It has a hole in the lower portion of the handset, wherein you can insert your finger and you just need to spin the mobile phone or you can use any kind of objects and it will be recharge. The Rotel Mechanical Mobile has a touchscreen display and has clock on the edge so you don’t need to pull the whole phone in your pocket.
Cherrypal, a new tablet manufacturer has just revealed its latest android 2.1 tablet called CherryPad America. This new tablet has a 7-inch touchscreen display with 800×480 resolution with built-in gravity sensor. Other core specifications include 256 MB DDR2 memory, Wi-Fi, 2GB NAND flash memory, microSD card slot, USB port, 3.5mm jack, speakers, microphone, and a Polymer 3200 MAH battery that can last up to 6-8 hours. The CherryPad America is powered by a Samsung ARM11 800MHz processor and has a suggested retail price of $188.