Somewhat functional but mostly flashy, the Level 10 is the result of a collab between Thermaltake and BMW DesignworksUSA; hardware is distributed amongst the various compartments.
Because nothing says modern like a black monolith: Sony’s CMT-Z100iR micro audio system includes an iPod dock, CD player, and USB port; music is outputted via two 20W speakers.
GE’s G3WP isn’t the first underwater camera we’ve come across, but we like it’s 12.2 MP sensor, 4x optical zoom and 2.7″ LCD with ambient light sensor; it’s waterproof up to 10 feet.
It’s not as thin as their new Eee PC, but Asus’ new U/UX laptops have notable features: a 15.6″ LED-backlit display plus a backlit chiclet keyboard and trackpad definitely raise eyebrows.
An update to Samsung’s Q1 Ultra, the Q1EX UMPC drops the keyboard entirely for a 7″ LCD touchscreen; it’ll run XP with a 1.2GHz VIA Nano CPU, 2GB RAM and a 60GB HDD.
Made from a customized Luxor Pyramid case, Polo360x’s Great Pyramid mod is lit up like a Vegas nightclub; at its heart is an overclocked and water-cooled Q6600 CPU @ 3.15 GHz.
Perched at the top of JVC’s new Everio camcorder line, the Everio X is a 0.66lb dual-use camera which shoots 9MP still photos, 5.3MP shots at 60fps and can record 1080p video.
The Nautiz X5 is designed to run WinMo 6.1 in extreme conditions; this rugged smartphone handles temps from -20 to 55 ¬¨â€šÃ Ã»C yet still features a 3 MP camera and an 806MHz Marvell CPU.
Asus’ 10″ Eee PC 1008HA is a netbook in a sleek form factor clearly inspired by the MacBook Air; specs: 1″ thick, 2.4 lbs, Atom 1.6GHz CPU, Windows XP, 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD.
Beyond its slick red and black-trimmed Black Vapor finish, Dell’s Special Edition Studio 15 laptop comes standard with a 1440×900 WLED display at a base price of $799.
Panasonic makes an incremental (but essential) update to their four-thirds line with the Lumix DMC-GH1: it’s essentially the G1 but with the ability to record 1080p/24p HD video.
Masters students Brette and Rajinder take video up a dimension with their Spatially Augmented Reality Toolkit; above, embedded photosensors on a box allow for 3D projection.
Asus’ 16″ Lamborghini VX5 is an uber-laptop with the looks to match; the first with a 1TB SSD, it also includes an NVIDIA GT130M with 1GB RAM, 4GB RAM and Intel Core 2 Quad CPU.
With 9MP of 20x zoom goodness, a 3″ tilt screen and 1080p video, Sony’s DSC-HX1 gives other point-and-shoots a run for their money; also: Sweep Panorama for 7152×1080 images.
Created in part thanks to input from WePC.com, the Asus Dual-Screen Laptop may be a work in progress but is plenty tantalizing; the keyboard is replaced entirely with a second display.
True to their name, AlwaysInnovating’s 8.9″ Touch Book features a touchscreen that detaches to serve as a tablet; other features include internal USB ports, Linux OS and an ARM CPU.
Apple’s Mac mini gets a long-overdue refresh; nothing too revolutionary, but the extra 5th USB port, FireWire 800, GeForce 9400M and 2.0Ghz Core 2 Duo keep the tiniest Mac relevant.
Apple’s Mac Pro gets a $300 price drop and the Nehalem CPU, available in 4-core or 8-core flavors; both models come with the NVIDIA GT 120 (dual ATI Radeon HD 4870s are optional).
A concession towards bargain hunters, the 24″ iMac now starts at $1,499, although the 20″ can be had for $1,199; all iMacs get NVIDIA graphics, from the GT 130 down to the 9400M.
Get a unique pair of Beats by Dre cans courtesy ColorWare; 11 areas and 35 colors are available to customize, as well as your choice of brand new headphones or your own used pair.
While still in its early stages, Intel explains how programmable matter is coming sooner than we think; it allows for 3D fast prototyping with on-demand color and shape changes.
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