This beastly gaming system maxes out with dual 6-core Intel Xeon x5860 CPUs, OC’d to 4.3GHz, quad SLI video cards and 24GB of RAM. Oh yeah, there’s a built-in water-cooled Xbox 360 Slim too.
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Charles Pyott’s Linos is a portable digital vinyl record player. Instead of the turntable setup, the controls and the pickup arm are in a sleek case. Make a real one for Blu-rays, won’t you Charles?
The latest mid-level dSLR from Canon offers a sharp 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, and a hi-res 3-inch LCD. It shoots 1080p full HD video with manual exposure control, and has an HDMI output.
LaCie says the diminutive MosKeyto is a “plug it & forget it” kind of thing. Because forgetting where you placed your files sure is a neat experience. But seriously, it’s perfect if you’re always on the go.
Currently being developed by the Biorobotics Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, the Snakebot is a highly limber – and highly creepy – robot designed to traverse tight spaces and varying terrain.
LG’s prototype OLED TV is the world’s slimmest television at only 2.9mm thick. The 31-in wonder delivers 1080p, can display 3D video and has an “infinite contrast ratio”, whatever that means.
This limited-edition Motorola Droid 2 is decked out in the style of everyone’s favorite R2 unit, including a back that looks a little like R2 if you had run him over with a steamroller.
User interface specialists TAT give us their take on the UI, screens and technology of computing devices four years from now. Practical? Maybe. Realistic? We’re not sure. Awesome? Indeed.
The VP Of Whatever Is Convenient For The Commercial At Hand brings out the montage in this ad for the PlayStation Move. It’s epic, as expected, but Butler’s evil laugh deserves special mention.
Designed by Sylvain Willenz, the Mobile Drive CLS is an homage to VHS and cassette tapes – the label in front makes it easier to organize and identify your drives. Time to make a massive mixtape.
Apple’s colorful new take on the nano changes things up with a tiny 1.48″ x 1.61″ x 0.35″ anodized aluminum case and a multi-touch interface for controlling your tunes.
This wireless controller features concave analog sticks and a d-pad that can shift between the “disc” format and the more accurate “plus” format. The color-coded buttons will be missed though.
If you struggle to keep your email box tidy, Google’s new tech might help. Gmail Priority Inbox uses fancy algorithms to automagically put your most important messages at the top of the list.
Forget multi-monitor setups. Ostendotech’s 43″ CRVD 2880 x 900 curved display is all you need, whether for work or play. Ostendotech will even install and calibrate your display upon delivery.
The guys with the rights to the original Commodore name are releasing a new PC that looks just like an old C64. The PC64 will run on an Atom 525 CPU, and come with 4GB or RAM and a 1TB hard drive.
The latest entry-level dSLR from Nikon gets a 14.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and full 1080p HD video. A 18-55mm zoom lens with image stabilization rounds out the package.
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