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App: Layar

App: Layar

Pinch yourself, Layar is real and now available for Android (iPhone 3GS soon); it uses your phone’s camera, GPS and compass to ID surroundings as an augmented reality browser.

8 Stars
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Monroe 8125 Calculator

Monroe 8125 Calculator
$149  Buy Hat Tip View

Okay, so a calculator isn’t exactly cutting edge tech–but we’re liking Monroe’s 8125 for its blend of clean lines, 30% smaller packaging and chunky keys; think of it as porn for accountants.

4 Stars
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Olympus E-P1 Camera

Olympus E-P1 Camera
$800  Buy Hat Tip View

An E-620 packed into a small, retro package, Olympus’ E-P1 is the “digital PEN” in homage to similarly styled 50s cameras; specs: 12.3 MP, 720p recording, 3″ screen and HDMI out.

7 Stars
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Samsung Jet

Samsung Jet

Essentially the Omnia Pro sans keyboard, Samsung’s Jet packs a blazing fast 800 Mhz processor, a 3.1″ AMOLED screen, 5 MP camera, Samsung’s 3D Cube UI, Wi-Fi and 2GB storage.

9 Stars
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Nokia E72

Nokia E72

Nokia’s slim E71 is barely out the door but the E72 is already official: this upgraded version gets a 5 MP camera, optical navigation pad, 3.5 mm headphone jack and 10.2 Mbps HSDPA.

12 Stars
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Concept: B-Touch Phone

Concept: B-Touch Phone

Designed with the seeing-impaired in mind, Zhenwei You’s B-Touch phone concept turns the touchscreen into a dynamic braille pad, includes voice feedback and uses image recognition.

13 Stars
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Nokia 5530 XpressMusic

Nokia 5530 XpressMusic

A smaller, more affordable version of the 5800, Nokia’s 5530 XpressMusic is 3G-less but still features a 2.9″ touchscreen, 3.5 mm audio jack, and 3.2 MP camera with LED flash.

7 Stars
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Samsung Omnia II

Samsung Omnia II

The crown jewel of Samsung’s Omnia II is a giant 3.7″ AMOLED resistive touchscreen, perfect for WinMo 6.1; it also has Wi-fi, a 5 MP camera, 480p video recording and HSDPA/HSUPA.

7 Stars
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BlackBerry Tour 9630

BlackBerry Tour 9630

Double trouble with the BlackBerry Tour 9630, announced by both Sprint and Verizon; it’ll run on EV-DO and HSPA networks, which means 3G connectivity both in the US and abroad.

16 Stars
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Samsung Omnia Pro

Samsung Omnia Pro

Now official, above is the Samsung Omnia Pro, aka the Samsung Louvre B760; it’ll feature an 800MHz CPU, 3.5″ AMOLED resistive screen, 5.1MP camera and slide-out QWERTY.

4 Stars
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Klang Ultrasonic Transmitter

Klang Ultrasonic Transmitter

Neither a speaker nor a headphone, Adam Miller’s Klang Ultrasonic Transmitter concept avoids disturbing others by precisely aiming low-level ultrasound waves at your ears.

5 Stars
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Mobile Script Cellphone

Mobile Script Cellphone

Much of its tech is still in the future, but we like the Mobile Script; this solar-powered concept phone sports two screens, one of which unfolds and can stiffen when a voltage is applied.

3 Stars
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Samsung Solar Guru

Samsung Solar Guru

It’s not coming to the States anytime soon, but Samsung’s Solar Guru could be ideal for hikers; its entire back is a solar panel, charging 5-10 minutes for every hour of charging.

10 Stars
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ReBo:Do Three

ReBo:Do Three
$399  Buy Hat Tip View

No, it’s not making off with your laptop–ReBo:Do Three is a semi-autonomous robot which accepts any Windows, Linux or Mac netbook to guide its array of IR navigation sensors.

3 Stars
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RoboCar

RoboCar
~$6,100  Buy Hat Tip View

It resembles Disney’s Cars, but ZMP Inc’s RoboCar is designed (and priced) for academic use; it’s a Linux-powered robotics platform with stereo CCD cameras and image recognition.

3 Stars
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TRU:Motion Mouse

TRU:Motion Mouse

We like our mice to stay put, but Smartfish’s TRU:Motion Mouse improves ergonomics by constantly pivoting so the wrist never remains still; it was designed with the help of orthopedists.

8 Stars
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Casio Exilim EX-H10

Casio Exilim EX-H10
$300  Buy Hat Tip View

No, not Verizon’s Exilim cellphone–the Casio Exilim EX-H10 is a true-blue compact camera with a 12.1MP sensor, 720p video, 3″ LCD, 10x optical zoom and 24mm wide angle lens.

5 Stars
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Archos 9PCtablet

Archos 9PCtablet
~$633  Buy Hat Tip View

Just like its name implies, Archos’ 9PCtablet is a tablet UMPC with a 9″ resistive touch-screen running Windows 7; other specs: 1.2GHz Atom Z515, 80GB HDD, and Bluetooth.

7 Stars
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Mimobot Series 4

Mimobot Series 4
$20  Buy Hat Tip View

Darth Vader and Captain Rex both get unmasked with Series 4 of Mimobot’s Star Wars themed 2GB flash drives; also available are Darth Maul and a pale “chase” version of Vader.

10 Stars
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Trou Hologram Phone

Trou Hologram Phone

We’re a decade or so away from the Trou Phone, but it’s fun to dream: when not in use the screen is a vacant hole, but when activated it projects holographic images and data.

17 Stars
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Verizon Casio Exilim

Verizon Casio Exilim
$280 (2yr contract)  Buy Hat Tip View

If you liked Casio’s Japan-only W63CA, Verizon will get a slightly watered-down Casio Exilim C721; it features a swiveling display, but with a smaller 2.3″ TFT screen and 5.1MP camera.

5 Stars
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