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Elecom Scope Node

Elecom Scope Node

Elecom’s Scope Node Mouse may be slick, but is it actually functional? It promises pen-like usability by placing its 1600 dpi sensor between the index finger and the thumb.

6 Stars
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SolChat BT Speakerphone

SolChat BT Speakerphone
$100  Buy Hat Tip View

Scosche’s SolChat Bluetooth speakerphone is an elegant idea: attach it to your car windshield with suction cups, allowing its built-in solar panel to charge its Li-Ion battery.

3 Stars
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Concept: iStick

Concept: iStick

We’re not sold on the silver scroll wheel’s ergonomics, but Alexi Mikhailov’s iStick is more functional than the Shuffle yet just as minimalist; all four sides serve as touchscreens.

5 Stars
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Augmented Reality Toys

Augmented Reality Toys

Frantz Lasorne’s Augmented Reality Tangible User Interface breathes new life into old toys; using AR glasses and a base, real life toys can participate in virtual turn-based battles.

7 Stars
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Spalding iHoop

Spalding iHoop

Essentially a glorified iPod Dock with 2.1 audio, Spalding’s iHoop features a suspension cradle to protect your iPod; it also comes with a 1/8″ mini plug for other mp3 players.

9 Stars
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Motion J3400 Tablet PC

Motion J3400 Tablet PC
$2,299+  Buy Hat Tip View

Motion’s J3400 Tablet PC manages to be both rugged and sleek; fully loaded, you’ll get a 12.1″ View Anywhere LCD, 64GB SSD, mobile broadband, 2 MP camera and 1.4GHz ULV CPU.

4 Stars
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Kogan GPS Watch

Kogan GPS Watch
~$85  Buy Hat Tip View

It’s not sleek, but Kogan’s GPS Watch is feature-packed; it’ll track you through Google Earth, pair with your PC via Bluetooth, and measure steps, temperature, speed and altitude.

21 Stars
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USB Finger

USB Finger

It’s not for the squeamish, but Jerry Jalava turned the loss of his ring finger into a chance to get cyborged out with a USB Finger; it packs a Bilix Linux distro, CouchDBX and Ajatus.

5 Stars
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Dell Adamo

Dell Adamo
$1,999+  Buy Hat Tip View

After months of hype, Dell’s Adamo line is official: a high-end laptop, it sports a 13.4″ screen, 1.2GHz U9300 CPU, Intel X4500, 2GB RAM and a 128GB SSD in a 0.65″ ultra-thin case.

4 Stars
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V1 Flagship Chair

V1 Flagship Chair
$2600+  Buy Hat Tip View

With 11 tabletops, triple monitor and 7.1 speaker support, the V1 Flagship is more like a cockpit than a desk; got the urge to splurge? Upgrade to solid oak surface and Porsche chairs.

39 Stars
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Concept: SnowCorn

Concept: SnowCorn

Mac Funamizu’s SnowCorn is a bit outlandish but still cool: it’s a bracelet with a touchscreen, built-in projector, camera and Wi-Fi that projects information overlays on real-world objects.

5 Stars
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Sting Case Mod

Sting Case Mod

Shaped into a scorpion from old motherboards, Frenkie’s Sting Case Mod not only glows and packs a laser in the tail but is a working PC: it’s got a 533MHz CPU on a VIA EPIA mobo.

2 Stars
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Wacom Nextbeat

Wacom Nextbeat

Best known for their graphic tablets, Wacom’s Nextbeat is packed with touch sensors and designed for DJs; it features a detachable wireless control unit, letting performers roam free.

4 Stars
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Zypad Wrist PC

Zypad Wrist PC

It’s not as slick as Dick Tracy’s wristwatch, but Zypad’s WR1100 Rugged Wrist PC meets military specs with a fiberglass reinforced alloy case and water/dust-proof touch screen.

6 Stars
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HULC Exoskeleton

HULC Exoskeleton

With no joystick or other controls, the HULC is essentially a passive exoskeleton; hydraulics let wearers carry up to 200 lbs, whether deep squatting, crawling or upper body lifting.

15 Stars
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Samsung Lucido Cellphone

Samsung Lucido Cellphone

Italian for sleek, Samsung’s Lucido candy bar phone lives up to its name; it features a brushed metal case with crimson trim, HSDPA, a 2.2 AMOLED display and 5MP camera.

4 Stars
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LG Rumor 2 Cellphone

LG Rumor 2 Cellphone
$50 (w/2yr contract)  Buy Hat Tip View

Targeted towards text-happy teens, LG’s Rumor 2 will launch on Sprint 3/15; it features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 1.3 MP camera, QVGA screen, stereo bluetooth and GPS.

15 Stars
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Samsung YP-Q2 PMP

Samsung YP-Q2 PMP

It’s not the most groundbreaking PMP, but Samsung’s YP-Q2 gives a good 50 hours of playback in a slick case; a 2.4″ screen, mic, up to 16GB of storage, and FM radio round it out.

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Nokia 5330 XpressMusic

Nokia 5330 XpressMusic
~$205  Buy Hat Tip View

Nokia’s 5330 XpressMusic is a sliderphone with an “edgy, top-sliced design” that’s not half bad looking; it also includes side touch keys, a 3.5mm jack and 26 hours of playback.

3 Stars
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Video: Tmsuk Enryu

Video: Tmsuk Enryu

This six-ton Tmsuk T-52 Enryu robot translates to “rescue dragon;” a pair of arms can each lift 1100 pounds, ideal for earthquake and accident rescue ops (or taking out deranged cyborgs).

3 Stars
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Apricorn Aegis Mini

Apricorn Aegis Mini
$149-$279  Buy Hat Tip View

Billed as the highest capacity pocket drive on the market, Apricorn’s Aegis Mini is a 1.8″ hard drive that weighs just 3.7 oz, yet can hold up to 240GB; choose from USB and FireWire.

2 Stars
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