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Only available in the UK at the moment, Toshiba’s NB100 netbook is one of the nicer ones we’ve seen. Otherwise, it’s pretty run of the mill: 1.6 GHz Atom, 1 GB RAM and an 8.9″ screen.
Bang & Olufsen’s saucer-shaped speakers (link: BeoLab 5) are now available in the Aston Martin DBS and DB9; each car will have two of these tweeters which retract when not in use.
Canon’s G10 PowerShot is their latest high-end prosumer camera; not quite a DSLR, it still includes a 28mm wide-angle lens, 5x optical zoom, 14.7 MP and RAW mode shooting.
Despite what the video above may imply, Tomy’s i-SOBOT is merely cute at 6.5″ tall; the little guy can store a sequence of up to 80 actions, meaning lots of break dancing at the breakroom.
If you have a movie theater or two lying around, Sony’s SRX-T110 will fit the bill, coming in at over $120k. These uber projectors get 4,096×2,160 resolution and 11,000 lumens.
DIY KYOTO’s Wattson is a wireless electricity meter, designed to keep your power bills down and look stylish, too. It glows red or blue depending on how much power you’re using.
Amidst a sea of Dells and HPs, Sager’s NP8660 is built specifically for gamers and claims to be the world’s fastest 15.4″ gaming laptop; click here for NotebookReview’s analysis.
The Canon SD990 is the new top of the line ELPH, packing a massive 14.7 megapixels. You’ll also get 3.7x optical zoom, 1/1600s shutter speed, and the DIGIC 4 image processor.
Iomega’s eGo Helium is a portable 2.5″ hard drive for MacBook Air owners; it sports a sleek, 1″ thick anodized aluminum case that weighs only 7 oz, yet can withstand falls of up to 51″.
Renowned for their headphones, Sennheiser’s VMX Office bluetooth headset can switch between desk phone, cellphone and PC with the touch of a button; its range is 35 meters.
Awesomest. Keyboard. Ever. NeKo’s LUX Keyboard is dipped in 24kt gold, packs 4GB RAM, a 4 Terabyte hard drive, Blu-Ray burner, 10 audio ins/outs and 100,000 preset sounds.
Like the Olympus SP-565, Canon’s SX10 is ideal for shooting from afar, with a 20x optical zoom and image stabilization. This 10 MP camera also captures hi-res stills while shooting video.
HP’s HDX16t laptop is like a mini-home theater, especially if you get the 1920×1080 full HD 16:9 ratio screen and optional TV tuner; also included are a Blu-ray drive and subwoofer.
Speed demons will love the Casio EX-FH20, which can shoot movies at 1,000 fps and do burst shots at 40 fps. It’s a user-friendly and lighter alternative to its big brother, the EX-F1.
JVC’s HXD77J isn’t for the faint of heart–this monstrous boombox features separate amps for the woofers, tweeters and subs, all of it blasting 540 watts to its 4-way speakers.
Nearly five years old, Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab 5s are still crave worthy. These Dalek-like speakers have 2500 watts on tap and sweet spots wherever you sit. Thanks, Nicole!
Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II is a shot across the Nikon D90′s bow, as it also features full HD recording; it’s packed to the gills, with 21.1 MP, a full-frame CMOS sensor and max 25.6k ISO.
The HTC Touch HD is video-centric cellphone, with a gorgeous 3.8″ WVGA screen, front-facing VGA camera, and 5 MP camera on the back. Note: the 3G speeds are for Europe only.
Bandai’s Luminodot is like a Lite-Brite on steroids, with space for up to 3500 pegs on its 70×50 screen. If you can find someone in Japan to buy it for you, it’ll be available in October.
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