Kristofer Hammar’s DIY SNES Cartridge USB Hub is fast and easy; three out of four ports are available, with the last is permanently attached to a flash drive dongle for storage.
Hao Hua’s D-roll concept resembles an artist’s tube, except canvas is replaced with a roll-up OLED screen and a slide-out keyboard; the mouse and camera serve as caps to the tube.
And we thought the E71x was slick: Paris student Fabien Nauroy’s Nokia Envelop Cellphone is a trippy concept with a tear-off LCD screen that allows for dual orientations.
The Wii’s artistic offerings have thus far been limited, but Wii Spray promises to shake things up a bit; it allows you to do virtual graffiti using a spray can with a Wii Remote inside.
Used to improve vision after macular degeneration, this Implantable Mini Telescope (IMT) is a 4mm long prosthesis that is implanted in one eye; it enlarges images up to 3x.
The world’s smallest and lightest Full HD camcorder, Sony’s HDR-TG5 boasts 1920×1080 video, 16GB internal memory, geotagging, a 2.7″ touch display and 10x optical zoom.
Based off of the Jesus lizard, this Water Runner Robot is designed to move across the surface of water thanks to large, disc-shaped feet; next up: steering, and then world domination.
You’d think with 17 pockets the ScotteVest Windbreaker had more than enough going for it, but it also features an integrated Personal Area Network (PAN) and folds up for easy storage.
Dell’s Vostro 1320, 1520 and 1720 are their latest biz-oriented laptops; they include videoconference software as well as optional SSD, fingerprint reader and encrypted hard drives.
We’ve featured Tonium’s portable Pacemaker mixer for DJs before, but this recently released film still manages to get us pumped up despite its Euro-themed neon weirdness.
It’s currently limited to movie posters, but Nokia’s Point & Find hopes to make real-world metadata accessible by pointing a phone at an object and using GPS and internet access.
Available for less than the cost of a fisheye lens, SuperHeadz’ Demekin Fisheye 110 is a tiny 2″x2″x2″ camera with 1/100 shutter speed, f/8.9 wide angle aperture and 1:13.5 lens.
Developed with affordability in mind, HTC’s Snap is a smartphone running Win Mo 6.1, a 2.4″ screen, HSDPA connectivity, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth; it’ll arrive in the US this summer.
Samsung’s Instinct S30 is the successor to the original Instinct; beyond its curvier, more stylish looks, it’ll also feature a larger 3.2″ touchscreen when it debuts with Sprint April 19th.
A play on the much grander Hubble Telescope, ENESS’ Humble Telescope isn’t actually a scope at all: it simulates the nightsky in 3D wherever you point it, even during daytime.
Essentially the same as the E-420, Olympus’ 10MP E-450 four thirds camera now includes two lenses, gets a newer TruePic III+ image processor and lengthier 30 minute exposure.
We had hoped for a PS3 price drop from Sony, but we’re at least somewhat happy for the budget gamer crowd: the PlayStation 2 will be $30 cheaper at $100 starting April 5th.
Looks like we’ll be piloting BattleMechs soon: Honda has developed a brain-machine interface (BMI) that uses blood flow and electrical potential to control an ASIMO robot. Thanks, Sonic!
Samsung’s Mondi is a powerful handset with a 4.3″ touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY, WiMAX internet access, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3MP camera, HDMI out and 4GB of internal memory.
Coming soon to AT&T, the Nokia E71x is a full QWERTY smartphone with 3G connectivity, one-way video calling, Wi-Fi and built-in GPS; it measures only 10mm thick.
If babies and U.S. presidents twitter, why not houseplants? Botanicalls is a DIY Arduino-powered kit with a moisture sensor that tweets via Wi-Fi everytime you forget to water.
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