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Sony Ericsson W995a

Sony Ericsson W995a
$600  Buy Hat Tip View

Sony Ericsson’s W995a slider phone borders on being a portable media player, with an 8.1MP camera, 3G speeds, 2.6″ QVGA screen, Wi-Fi, and 3.5mm audio jack–all of it unlocked.

3 Stars
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Ohm64 Controller

Ohm64 Controller
$599  Buy Hat Tip View

Livid’s Ohm64 Controller takes an open approach to mixing, with an open source editor and patches; made in Austin, TX, it’ll work over USB or MIDI and sports a 64 button clip bank.

3 Stars
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Nokia BH-905 Headphones

Nokia BH-905 Headphones
~$410  Buy Hat Tip View

While its “second to none” claim is a bit much, Nokia’s BH-905 headphones are worth a gander with 10 mics that use Wolfson noise cancellation tech, Bluetooth and call/music controls.

5 Stars
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Flight System G940

Flight System G940
$300  Buy Hat Tip View

Logitech’s first force-feedback flight-sim controller, the Flight System G940 includes a joystick with 2-stage metal trigger, a dual throttle, rudder pedals, and a slew of programmable buttons.

7 Stars
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Mobiado 350PRL

Mobiado 350PRL

Resembling the Nokia E71, Mobiado’s 350PRL is the luxury mobile company’s first QWERTY phone; it’s made with nickel-plated aircraft aluminum, sapphire crystal and mother of pearl.

5 Stars
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Samsung Pixon12

Samsung Pixon12

Available outside Europe in August, Samsung’s Pixon12 features a 12MP camera with Xenon flash, 3.1 AMOLED touchscreen, 30fps 720×480 video recording, Wi-Fi, and HSPA speeds.

5 Stars
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Eyeborg Phase II

Eyeborg Phase II

Making the best out of the loss of his eye, Rob Spence teases his Eyeborg implant–a wireless video camera in his eyesocket; its shows clips from Fox News, Jimmy Fallon and more.

12 Stars
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Bluelounge CableDrop

Bluelounge CableDrop
$10 (6-pack)  Buy Hat Tip View

The gadget management gurus at Bluelounge have released CableDrop; it’s a clip with an adhesive backing that keeps cords from in place and lets you channel them as you wish.

15 Stars
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TuneBase Direct/FM

TuneBase Direct/FM
$70-$90  Buy Hat Tip View

Belkin’s TuneBase line adds hands-free calling to its features; both models pipe music to your car stereo, via an auxiliary input with the TuneBase Direct or wirelessly with the TuneBase FM.

8 Stars
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Electronic Dreams Table

Electronic Dreams Table

Andy Doro’s Electronic Dreams Table is literally a bright idea: 60 LEDs light up when electromagnetic devices are nearby, thanks to circuits that detect energy using induction coils.

7 Stars
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Android Energy Monitor

Android Energy Monitor

Using webcams, Android and Flickr, MOTO Labs’ Home Energy Monitor keeps track of your power usage and pushes it to your Google homepage; it even works with Tweet-A-Watt.

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Video: Google Holodeck

Video: Google Holodeck

Seen at Google I/O, the Google Holodeck shows Street View at high speed; it gives viewers the illusion of motion, which is fun as long as the safety protocols don’t go offline.

1 Stars
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Gorilla iPhone Tube

Gorilla iPhone Tube
~$129  Buy Hat Tip View

The Gorilla Tube is easily the sexiest iPhone case we’ve seen in some time; it’s made with real 1.15mm thick carbon fiber and features an open top for easy access and flipstrap.

15 Stars
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49-Port USB Hub

49-Port USB Hub

It’s targeted towards engineers for testing purposes, but this 49-Port USB Hub would most definitely ensure we’d never run of ports again–a godsend for overly gadgeted folks.

17 Stars
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Sony PSP Go

Sony PSP Go
$249  Buy Hat Tip View

Leaked ahead of E3, the Sony PSP Go is a UMD-less slider with 16GB of memory, Bluetooth and memory slot; it won’t replace the PSP 3000 but will sell side-by-side with it this Fall.

22 Stars
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Alienware M17x Laptop

Alienware M17x Laptop
$1,799+  Buy Hat Tip View

The “M” stands for “monster” with Alienware’s new M17x gaming laptop; it tops out with a quad-core CPU, dual 1GB GeForce GTX 280M GPUs, 8GB RAM and a 1TB HDD or 512GB SSD.

11 Stars
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Dell Studio 14z

Dell Studio 14z
$649+  Buy Hat Tip View

It ain’t as sexy as the Adamo, but Dell’s Studio 14z picks substance over style with an NVIDIA 9400m, Core 2 Duo CPUs, up to 5GB RAM, plus HDMI, DisplayPort and eSATA out.

8 Stars
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Shuriken USB Drive

Shuriken USB Drive
~$110  Buy Hat Tip View

The best way to tell if you’ve been hit by elite Ninja hackers is to look for telltale 2GB Shuriken USB drives; like true ninjas, they don’t play nice with other flash drives due to their size.

17 Stars
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Robotopusu

Robotopusu

Developed as a mobile crane, Robotopusu (“Robotops”) looks ready to rend humans limb from limb with its two giant claw arms and four legs; each claw and grasp up to 220lbs.

3 Stars
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Sony Ericsson Aino

Sony Ericsson Aino

With a 3″ touchscreen, keypad and 8 MP camera, Sony Ericsson’s Aino is already a decent phone; however, the big news is that it’ll stream media from your PS3 from anywhere in the world.

13 Stars
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Ultrasone Zino Headphones

Ultrasone Zino Headphones
$130  Buy Hat Tip View

Best known for their uber-expensive cans, Ultrasone goes down-market with these Zino semi-closed headphones; it sports 40mm gold-plated drivers, a chrome trim and a folding design.

18 Stars
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