iLuv’s been busy lately, with yesterday’s i9500 and now the iSP200 Soundbar: this 2.1 channel system manages to squeeze in a subwoofer, two detachable speakers and a 3-port USB hub.
All tubes with nary a semi-conductor, the WooAudio6 headphone amp is not only retro-fantastic, but delivers consistently clean and natural SET Class-A sound at an affordable price.
Nano, eat your heart out: Samsung’s Korea-only Yepp P3 sports a 3.0″ haptic touchscreen with 4, 8 and 16GB flavors; it also includes Bluetooth, an FM tuner and a built-in speaker.
Measuring a scant 6.7 inches, Brando’s Super Tiny keyboard isn’t recommended for fat fingers; thankfully, its scissor-switch style keys are backlit, making them easy to see (if not press).
iLuv’s 2.1 channel i9500 Audio System is a followup to their popular i9200, albeit with twice the power at 45W RMS; this vertical system will dock your iPod or iPhone and hold up to 4 CDs.
Fujitsu’s Stylistic ST6012 is a feature-packed tablet; it includes a low-voltage Intel CPU, indoor/outdoor 12.1″ TFT screen, up to 4GB RAM, camera, draft-N wireless and 64GB SSD.
Pentax’s entry-level K2000 is getting a limited edition white body bundled with two lenses (18-55mm, 50-20mm); it’s coming 2/09, which means no dreaming of a white Christmas.
Element’s customizable Liquid Case for the iPhone is downright sexy, with a transparent polymer base, molded bezel, acrylic flip-lid and a laser-engraved aluminum backplate.
The 2008 Olympics may be long over, but we’re loving this sweet case mod based off the Beijing Digital building; it’s made with aluminum, wood, UV blue acrylic and UV CCFLs.
The wait is over for push-to-talk fans: BlackBerry’s Curve 8350i is official and will be available to Sprint customers this week, and features Wi-Fi plus Group Connect with up to 20 people.
Making its US debut in January and available for preorder, Italy-based Aux’s Classic 2.1 Speakers are compact yet produce a huge sweetspot; choose from regular, gloss and leather versions.
Philips’ DC350 is a vertically oriented iPhone/iPod clock radio which also sports a Bluetooth link for hands-free calls; it’s rated at 6W RMS, includes a remote and will be out January.
If you’re stuck with an entry level phone, you could do a lot worse than Motorola’s i9; this sleek iDEN handset features a RAZR-esque clamshell design, 3 MP camera, GPS, and Bluetooth.
With 18 entries, Intel’s recent Mobile Internet Device (MID) Design Contest is a treasure trove of concept gadgets; we like Peter Kubik’s unfolding, three-paneled smartphone.
SimCraft’s APEX SC830 is about as close as gamers can get to racing without actually driving; its tubular aluminum frame lets you roll, pitch and yaw while seated in Recaro chairs.
If you can stomach the two-year, $60/month AT&T DataConnect contract, Radio Shack is offering Acer’s Inspire One netbook for the rock bottom price of $99; the price is good until 12/24.
Similar to the MacBook, Porsche Design’s P’9522 is carved from a block of aluminum; this minimalist phone features a 2.8″ OLED touchscreen, fingerprint reader and quad-band GSM.
This Star Wars Wii is a one-of-a-kind bundle that comes with a yellow backlit logo, 85 fiber optic stars, and The Force Unleashed; even the Wiimote and Nunchuck sport custom red LEDs.
Cooler Master’s limited edition Black Label includes one laser-etched Cosmos chassis, a Hyper Z600 cooler and your choice of 700W or 850W PSU; all colored black, of course.
Nobody ever said being good was easy, but Bang & Olufsen also makes it pricey: they’re auctioning the first BeoSound 9000 plus a pair of 8000s, with proceeds going to UNICEF.
We’re a bit iffy about photo frames, but iGala’s Wi-Fi enabled, Linux powered photo frame has just enough to satisfy geek cravings: its 800×600 screen can hook up to Gmail and Flickr.
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