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SmartQ 7 MID

SmartQ 7 MID

Just shy of a netbook, SmartQ’s 7 MID features a 7″ WVGA touchscreen, Linux OS, WiFi, two USB ports, stereo speakers, and up to 48 hours of music playback on Li-poly batteries.

1 Stars
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X-rayed Consoles

X-rayed Consoles

Flickr user Reintji has an illuminating (and growing) collection of x-rayed consoles and their controllers; you’ll see the naughty bits of everything from a PS3 to the borg-like Gamecube.

3 Stars
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Percussa Audio Cubes

Percussa Audio Cubes
$300/cube  Buy Hat Tip View

Percussa’s Audio Cubes should be called wonder cubes; they produce lo-fi music (“cube bending”), double as visual controllers, and can network wirelessly in groups of up to 100 cubes.

3 Stars
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Amazon Kindle DX

Amazon Kindle DX
$489  Buy Hat Tip View

Large and somewhat in charge, Amazon’s Kindle DX targets newspaper and textbook readers with a 9.7″ screen with auto rotation, 3.3GB of storage, and a native PDF reader.

10 Stars
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Wooden MacBook

Wooden MacBook

Its refresh rates are atrocious, but we have to hand it to Kyle Buckner for creating one cool school project: his wooden MacBook features a working hinge and penciled-in details.

6 Stars
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Titanium Pentax K20D

Titanium Pentax K20D
$1,199  Buy Hat Tip View

At nearly double the cost but the same specs of a regular K20D, these pricey (but gorgeous) titanium 14.6MP Pentax K20D DSLRs are pure vanity; they’re limited to 1,000 pieces.

3 Stars
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Hip Hop Flash Drives

Hip Hop Flash Drives
$40  Buy Hat Tip View

Nearly exact replicas of Hip Hop’s most famous sequencers, these Akai MPC 2000XL and E-Mu SP1200 flash drives have 4GB of space, ideal for storing your MP3s, of course.

3 Stars
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DIY: RGB Coffee Table

DIY: RGB Coffee Table

Turn your living room into an impromptu nightclub with this hypnotic DIY RGB Coffee Table; it uses 9×9 array of 81 Arduino-controlled ShiftBrite LEDs installed on a 2×2 Ikea table.

6 Stars
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Altec Lansing BXR1220

Altec Lansing BXR1220
$20  Buy View

Budget friendly and stylish to boot, Altec Lansing’s low-profile BXR1220 can-shaped speakers feature dual 50mm drivers, built-in controls and are conveniently powered by USB.

26 Stars
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HyperMac Laptop Battery

HyperMac Laptop Battery
$500  Buy Hat Tip View

Squeeze more juice out of your MacBook with HyperMac’s 222Wh external battery; it’s good for 32 hours and a ridiculous 52 times for your iPhone; of course, it does weigh almost 5 lbs.

1 Stars
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Apollo Audio Console

Apollo Audio Console

Calrec’s Apollo Audio Console is a visual and audio feast, with OLED displays, touchscreens and light-emitting knobs; the mixer uses Bluefin2 HDSP with 12 layers and up to 320 faders.

8 Stars
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RipNAS Statement

RipNAS Statement

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.

4 Stars
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Shadow Caddy

Shadow Caddy

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.

3 Stars
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Acer Aspire One 751

Acer Aspire One 751

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.

4 Stars
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Glennz Laptop Skins

Glennz Laptop Skins
$18  Buy View

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.

3 Stars
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Concept: NES Mouse

Concept: NES Mouse

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.

14 Stars
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Motorola i465 Clutch

Motorola i465 Clutch

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.

5 Stars
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Concept: MID

Concept: MID

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.

5 Stars
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Lusso Turntable

Lusso Turntable
$31,000  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

4 Stars
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Video: AR Scratching

Video: AR Scratching

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.

2 Stars
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LevelOne MobilSpot

LevelOne MobilSpot
$149  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

1 Stars
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