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Amazon’s Kindle 2 is official: 0.36″ thick, 10.2 oz, 25% longer battery life, 20% faster page turning, text-to-speech, 7x storage, and a five-way controller for easier skimming; ships 2/24.
The Logitech Harmony 1100 uber-universal remote is now up at Newegg; you’ll get a customizable 3.5″ touchscreen, infrared+RF, black aluminum body and support for up to 225k devices.
At only $249, Dell’s Mini 9n is pretty cheap, even for a mini-notebook; you’ll be running Ubuntu with only 512MB RAM and no webcam, but it’s available with no strings attached.
Leaked by LG, details for their Arena KM900 cellphone are sparse; it’s obviously a touchphone a-la-iPhone with an “S-Class 3D interface” and will be announced officially on 2/16.
This R2D2 Projector is on the Light Side of The Force, with 1500 lumens, up to 260″ pics at 1024×768; a 20W speaker, CD/DVD player and Millenium Falcon remote. Thanks, Joe!
We’ve heard about MIT’s Sixth Sense device, but didn’t “get it” until Wired posted this video; it’s a camera and projector that uses the internet to act as a real-world, real-time assistant.
Geek love doesn’t get much more electric than this USB Plasma Heart, which for $17 won’t be nearly enough to replace a dinner, but should be sufficient to get glowing comments.
Designed for people with small rooms (but big wallets), Von Schweikert Audio’s Unifield 3 features a SEAS Excel magnesium woofer in a tall, line-loaded enclosure with four chambers.
We woulda killed to have one of these Edge Robotic Arms as a kid; when assembled this solder-less DIY kit results in a five-axis arm with an LED-lit gripper that can lift up to 100g.
Billy May and Mozilla Labs want to develop a concept Mozilla Phone, and they need your help; the OLED Blackberry is just one of his concepts, but you can submit your own here.
Samsung’s Memoir is now official, courtesy of T-Mobile; rumored to be available this month, it features a full touch screen with TouchWiz UI, 8 MP camera with Xenon flash and 3G speeds.
They sound like an odd couple, but Garmin and Asus are partnering on the nuvifone G60, a navi-focused cellphone which will feature 3.5G speeds, a Webkit-browser and a touchscreen.
Not just piling on megapixels, Fujitsu’s F200EXR features a smart 12 MP CCD sensor that can switch to low-light and high dynamic range (HDR) modes; it maxes out ISO 12800 at 3 MP.
If your ears perk up for one-of-a-kind gear, iFrogz’ NervePipe headphones come in an amazing 7,260+ color combinations — and that doesn’t include the artwork for earpiece covers.
Touchscreens are the new “it” tech for cameras, and Nikon’s 10.0 MP Coolpix S230 doesn’t disappoint; it features a 3″ LCD touch panel, face-priority AF and 4-way image stabilization.
Unibody MacBook and MBP owners, rejoice: Incase has dropped new hardshell cases in four colorways; they each sport raised rubber feet, thermal vents and a rubberized coating.
We don’t associate Toshiba with mobile tech, but their ultra-thin, 9.9 mm thick TG01 cellphone is impressive: it features a 4.1″ touchscreen, HSDPA, GPA, 1GHz CPU and WinMo 6.1.
The Helio Ocean’s successor, the Ocean 2 is a dual slider that features a more spacious keyboard, touch pad sensor and wider display; the cost: it’s rather bulky and heavy at 5.9 oz.
Motorola’s Stature i9 finally arrives this month at Sprint and Boost; the 15mm thin push-to-talk phone, built-in GPS, a 3.1 MP camera and bluetooth; the external flip screen is touch sensitive.
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