RipNAS’ Statement is meant to be seen but not heard: it’s the world’s first SSD CD ripping NAS packed in a gorgeous case which is virtually silent; choose from SSD and HDD flavors.
Like a real caddy but minus the grumbling, Shadow Caddy is a robotic cart that follows you via a transmitter on your belt; object detection prevents collisions with objects and other golfers.
Acer finally drops official pictures for the Aspire One 751, above; the 11.6″ barely-a-netbook features an Atom 1.3GHz Z520, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, and weighs just under 3 lbs.
New at Glennz: his witty vector art is making the jump from tees to laptops, with 24 skins that fit 13″, 14″, 15″ and 17″ notebook lids; they’re all priced the same, regardless of the size.
Its ergonomics leave something to be desired, but this concept NES mouse makes up for it with pure nostalgic value; it was done for a school project, so a real controller is unlikely.
A boon for push-to-talk users, Motorola’s rugged i465 Clutch is their first iDEN phone with a full QWERTY keyboard; its features are light but it does meet military specs for shock and dust.
Jan Rytir’s 7″ MID concept is a bit Sony Vaio P, a bit Touch Pro2 and a whole lot of sexy with an LCD touchscreen, 7 action buttons, two USB slots and 47-key QWERTY with trackball.
We’d be boogying to this Lusso Turntable too if we could afford it; at $31k, this ultra-lux record player features a carbon tonearm and motor on their own aluminum/black acrylic cones.
Last augmented reality vid for now, we promise: Todd Vanderlin’s AR Scratching lets you scratch just about anything (not just records), instantly turning you into a pseudo disc jockey.
Got a hankering to share your mobile broadband? LevelOne’s MobilSpot (WBR-3800) is a wireless router that accepts USB and PC Card 3G modems; too bad it maxes out at 802.11g.
Energizer’s Wiimote Induction Charger lets you charge up to two controllers contact free, which means no more hassling with removing your silicone case or other doohickeys.
Not your everyday clock radio, Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 3 sits in a vertically oriented aluminum case; it’ll play MP3/WMAs via SD/MMC cards and uses a rechargeable battery.
On display at Cal Arts in Valencia 5/2-5/15, LB to SF is an art installation that uses a real bicycle to simulate a ride from Long Beach to San Francisco using a Wii controller and Blender.
Their first SFF rig, iBuyPower’s LAN Warrior is a beast: it maxes out with a 1000W PSU, 5 fans, liquid cooling, Core i7, 4-way SLI/Crossfire, two Blu-ray writers, and 24GB RAM.
You Fade To Light is an array of interactive OLEDs, effectively digitizing the shapes and movements of passersby; it was commissioned for Phillips and uses software by Chris O’Shea.
Self-billed by Fujitsu as the world’s fastest UMPC, the FMVLUC50N is a mouthful and a small handful; you’ll get an 2GHz Atom CPU, 5.6″ touchscreen, 1GB RAM and up to a 120GB HDD.
VholdR’s ContourHD is the world’s first HD helmet camcorder; it features a wide angle lens, records 720p at 30fps, rotates 192 degrees and includes goggle and flat surface mounts.
Edge Magazine has an retrospective up for the PlayStation, from its early break with Nintendo to its current struggles to for market share; cool logo and controller prototypes, too.
Similar to Apple’s Time Machine, Seagate’s Replica backs up your entire computer, with both 250GB single and 500GB multiple PC versions available; the latter includes a dock.
Designed to address the Amazon Kindle 2′s lack of a backlight, the Periscope Light Folio is a combination case and retractable twin LED reading light; it’ll run for 40 hours on 3 AAAs.
Fresh from Brando, this Tiny Trackball Keyboard isn’t the first compact wireless keyboard we’ve seen, but it still manages to be somewhat pocketable with a trackball and 29 hotkeys.
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