Part of Core77′s Greener Gadgets competition, WattBlocks offer a single, foot-pedal activated switch to disable all the electronics in a home that are in standby mode (“vampires”).
It may have a retro-styled case, but Ricoh’s CX1 packs high dynamic range tech, along with 120 fps VGA video recording, a 9MP CMOS sensor, 7.1x optical zoom and a 3″ LCD.
From the same company that made Helio’s Ocean, Pantech’s Matrix Pro is coming 2/24; it features a dual-sliding keypad+QWERTY, 3G speeds, video share calling and WinMo 6.1
Making perfect sense those who live in sunny climes, this SunCat Batteries concept uses photovoltaic cells glued onto NiMHs to trickle charge depleted batteries with sunlight.
Ideal for sporting types who disdain in-ear headsets, Adtech’s AD-MB80 Bluetooth wristphone syncs to your cellphone; it features a speaker and up to 4.5 hours of talk time.
If you’re one of the few holdouts without a DS, the Nintendo DSi will be reaching North American shores this April 5th; it’ll come with two cameras and be available in blue or black.
Not wanting to be left behind in the camera race, Nokia’s N86 sports an 8MP camera, scratch-resistant 2.6″ OLED screen, 8GB storage and a dual sliding design with keypad.
Sony’s Cybershot H20 is a budget-friendly ultrazoom, coming in at under $300 for a Carl Zeiss 10x optical zoom lens, 10MP sensor, 3″ LCD screen and 720P HD recording.
Acer has a dropped a foursome of Smartphones, including two giant 3.8″ touchscreen models (M900, DX900) and two 2.8″ touchscreen phones; so far, they’ll only run WinMo 6.1.
Shock, freeze and waterproof, Canon’s PowerShot D10 is just begging for an outdoor excursion; it includes a 12.1MP sensor, 3x optical zoom, swappable face plates and carabineer hook.
Ideal for consumers looking for DSLR-like abilities, the Canon Powershot SX200 features a 12.1 MP sensor, 12x optical zoom, 3″ LCD screen and 720p HD video recording.
The HTC Magic is the second Google phone; it ditches the G1′s physical keyboard for a 3.2″ touchscreen, thereby reducing thickness; at the moment, it’s only for European users.
Canon’s Powershot SX1 is their powerhouse ultrazoom, with a 10MP CMOS sensor, 20X optical zoom, manual focus, 2.8″ TFT LCD screen and HDMI output; it’ll be available 4/09.
With a giant 3.7″ touchscreen, 8MP camera that does 720p, HD video out, and 16GB storage in a 12.7mm thick body, the OmniaHD is calling to us (by video, since it does that, too).
Superficially a sliderless version of the E75, the candybar Nokia E55 features a half-QWERTY keyboard, 2.4″ QVGA screen, 3G, and 2GB MicroSD card; it measures only 9.9mm thick.
A pair of mirror-imaged, omnidirectional arrays and a quartet of 12″ bass drivers make up these gorgeous MBL 101 X-treme speakers, which faintly resemble Federation warp cores.
Remember the Edge cellphone concept? LG was apparently cooking up the real deal with the GD900, which features a glowing transparent sliding keypad; it’ll be out in late 2009.
For DJs who want to scratch on the go, Samsung’s BEAT DJ and BEAT Disc both feature Bang & Olefson amps; the DJ gets a 2.8″ AMOLED screen while the Disc gets a slide-out keypad.
Winner of the CES ’07 Innovation Award, the Powerstick is a portable USB charger that works with cellphones, MP3 players, digital cameras and stops charging once it’s full to save energy.
Based on the old 9300 Communicator, Nokia’s E75 is a slider phone with two sets of keys (one full QWERTY), a 2.4″ QVGA screen, 3.2 MP camera, 3G connectivity and 4GB storage.
The Sony Ericsson W995 (aka Hikaru) is their flagship Walkman phone, with an 8.1 MP camera, 2.6″ scratch-resistant TFT screen, Wi-Fi, dedicated music keys and a 8GB M2 card.
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