The new 6-inch Kindles are 21% smaller than prior models, get to 1-month battery life, along with image quality and other improvements. Choose 3G/Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi only versions in white or grey.
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The masters of arcade controls are back with a stick for 1-player. The heavy-duty joystick weighs a whopping 12 pounds, works with PC, Mac, Linux or just about any game console with an adapter.
A concept wristwatch for the visually-impaired. The face of the watch displays the time in Braille. The user can also raise his arm and tilt the watch toward his ear to make it say the time aloud.
The PX-B120U Blu-ray player can read almost any kind of optical media. It’s USB-powered too, so no need for an extra outlet. The best part? It’s only $100. It should be available online soon.
It might take this Android-powered LEGO robot over 38 minutes to solve a giant 7x7x7 Rubik’s cube, but it’s still way faster than most of us could do it – unless we just rearranged the stickers.
Simply choose your favorite sport, type/length of training and playlist on the Nike BOOM app and you’ll get blasts of encouragement from elite athletes and coaches throughout your workout.
The newly announced FujiFilm FinePix S2800HD camera has a 28mm-504mm high precision lens with 18X optical zoom, a 14 megapixel CCD sensor, 720p HD video and image stabilization.
The Big P’s latest digicam features an ultra wide-angle 28mm F2.0 Leica lens, a high-sensitivity 10.1-megapixel CCD, and a hi-res 3-inch LCD. Shoots 720p HD video in AVCHD Lite mode too.
Jeremy Salvador’s iPhone DSLR won’t really convert your iPhone into a DSLR camera. It’s an attachment that lets you use SLR lens to the phone. Catch videos taken with the rig at the link.
Can’t stand your laptop’s trackpad, but can’t bear to lug around a full-size mouse? This finger-friendly wireless pen-mouse is small enough to track on the spare surface area next to your trackpad.
A pair of specially made “interactive robotic elevator shoes” – more like metal platforms with strings – that can be controlled using an iPhone app. Inspector Gadget would be proud.
Loyal Firefox users – the Awesome Bar, your browsing history, bookmarks and even opened tabs can now follow you everywhere you go with Mozilla’s Firefox Home for the iPhone. Isn’t that magical?
3D displays are everywhere these days. But Sony is showing off the next generation of 3-dimensional screens, providing 360-degree volumetric images that you can walk around and gesture control.
We’re not sure if this is their answer to The Onion – a Taiwanese news outlet depicted Apple’s iPhone 4 antenna issues with the help of crazy CG animation. Yes, Steve Jobs is holding a lightsaber.
For the guy who’s got every gadget, iHome’s new charging station can simultaneously juice up an iPad, iPod, iPhone and an eReader. USB cables power Blackberries, Nooks, and other devices.
The Z506 provides surround sound for your PC, mp3 player, TV or game console at a great price point. $100 gets you a 75-watt (RMS) system with multiple inputs and a dedicated bass control.
Designed by Constance Guisset, an all-terrain flash drive with a no-nonsense 2mm-thick steel case that protects data from extreme temperatures, pressure and impact. Available this August.
Sony’s latest Handycam has the unique distinction of being the first and only HD consumer camcorder with interchangeable lenses. It’s also got a massive Exmor HD sensor, providing film-like image quality.
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