AT&T’s Samsung Epix is actually a third-gen Blackjack; the WinMo 6.1 smartphone gets a touchscreen and an optical mouse pad. Also included are Wi-Fi, aGPS, a 2MP camera and 3G.
The Motorola Aura is a love-it or hate-it swiveling luxury phone, with a HAL-like cyclops display protected by a 62-carat sapphire lens; the case itself is made from polished stainless steel.
Hardcore PC’s Reactor is truly hardcore: the $11k monster is filled with cooling oil; the motherboard and three Samsung SSDs are dropped in like nuclear fuel rods. Thanks, Jorge!
Gateway’s MC Series of laptops is the latest entrant to the 16″ / 16:9 arena; this movie-friendly notebook also sports HDMI out, a backlit keyboard and leather accents; Blu-ray is optional.
Forget HDD: DosPara’s Prime SSD-RAID Server features solid state drives on a RAID 0 array, with 1119 MB/s read and 442 MB/s write. It also sports a Core 2 Duo CPU and 4GB of RAM.
Minox’s Agent M digital camera is ideal for spies in training; less than 3.5″ long, it still squeezes in a 5 MP sensor. An external flash module also packs a 1.5″ TFT LCD screen.
Uber-lux brand Mobiado’s 105EM cellphone is made with luxury materials including sapphire crystal, titanium, 24K gold and Ebony hardwood; they ship unlocked with quadband GSM.
The swappable covers look like a Scottish kilt, but Fujitsu’s 15.4″ Lifebook A6220 laptops also sport 4GB of RAM, 802.11n, Blu-Ray, e-SATA out and HDMI out for under $1,500.
Part candybar and part Kodak camera, Motorola’s Motozine ZN5 cellphone is coming to T-Mobile 11/3. The photo-friendly phone will get 5 MP, a Xenon flash and on the fly photo editing.
Based off the balisong, a Filipino butterfly knife, this Bali-USB Drive only slices and dices files. The 2GB drive is made out of ABS plastic and flips out with hidden pivot pins. Thanks, Pek!
The Blackberry Bold is officially coming to AT&T 10/27 according to sources via BGR. Although it won’t have a touchscreen like the Storm, it’ll get 3G, internal GPS and Wi-Fi.
Nvidia’s CS4-friendly Quadro CX features parallel processing abilities, a 1.5GB frame buffer and 76.8GBps of bandwidth; it can also support dual displays of up to 2560×1600 pixels.
Mixing satellite radio with a bit of TiVo-like tech, the Pioneer XMp3 is a portable satellite radio that’ll record up to five stations simultaneously; it also has a 30-min buffer for rewind.
Hurting over the lack of a Blu-ray drive on those new MacBooks? AMEX’s Blu-ray Super Multi Drive has your back; the portable unit will even do Blu-ray recording for an extra Benjamin.
The paint on the PSP-3000 isn’t even dry but Tai Chiem has offered this compelling concept for the PSP2: it’s got a flexible OLED screen, two joysticks and stereo speakers on the ends.
Gateway continues to deliver good value to gamers; the FX6710 gets a Q9400 CPU, 750GB hard drive, 6GB RAM and an ATI Radeon 4850 card, all for less than a base model MacBook.
Dell rarely names specific laptops, making the M6400 Covet unique: it’s basically a loaded M6400 with a 17″ 1920×1200 backlit screen, 1GB Quadro 3700M card and an orange case.
Motorola’s Krave ZN4 features an interactive clear flip on the outside as well as a 2.8″ touchscreen; it works with Verizon’s V CAST media network along with bluetooth and a 2 MP camera.
The Ego Flash bluetooth handsfree unit sports a 1.6″ OLED display, reads back text messages, pairs with up to 10 phones and will even stream MP3s from your phone to your car stereo.
Toshiba’s Portege R600 is their flagship ultraportable laptop, weighing only 2.4 lbs and measuring 0.77″ thick. It has an LED-backlit display, a Super Multi drive and up to a 128GB SSD.
The USBConnect Quicksilver makes hooking laptops up to 3G/EDGE networks a breeze: they’ve crammed the whole modem into a tiny USB dongle. It’s free with an AT&T’s DataConnect plan.
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