The BoomCooler is one of the stranger mashups we’ve seen, with Sony’s Xplod audio system (600-W amp!) built into its cover. Oh yeah, it’ll store food too, but it’s gotta be dry.
Some AV cables can get a bit pricey, but nothing compares to Furutech’s Powerflux Power Cord. For only $1,800, you get carbon fiber and nano-sized ceramic particles.
Sling Media’s Slingbox PRO-HD is now shipping; as the name implies, it can stream high definition videos to your PC or cellphone. It’ll also get TiVo-like pausing and time shifting.
The geek factor runs high with this Solar Light Cap, but if you can bear the fashion faux pas it’s pretty handy with two solar-powered LED spotlights that get 2-18 hours per charge.
Panasonic’s line of go-anywhere Toughbooks have been improved with their 8-series of 14.1″ and 12.1″ notebooks. They all get Gobi’s hybrid EV-DO and HSPA 3G chipset, plus faster CPUs.
Korg’s DS-10 transforms your Nintendo DS into a virtual MS-10 synthesizer, with a six track / 16-step sequencer, as well as note entry via touch screen, keyboard or matrix screen.
For those who can never have enough megapixels, the Phase One 645 camera packs a hefty 60 MP; the professional-grade camera will work with glass from Leica, Mamiya and Hartblei.
Forget the iPhone–if you really wanna turn heads, this heavily modded Motorola ROKR E6 transforms into a robot, yet still works! Check out the Taiwanese ad above to see it in action.
Old school/80s fanatics will love Lasonic’s iPod boombox, usurping the cassette player with an iPod dock. It also has an SD/MMC card reader, AV output and runs on 10 D-sized batteries.
Joining Dell’s Hybrid today are the Studio Desktop (MT) and Slim (ST). Despite cool, black styling, the modest 350W and 250W PSUs make clear their mid-range intentions.
Although we like the Samsung X360′s slim lines, its 13.3″ screen was just a bit too small; thankfully, the X460 saves the day with a 14.1″ LED screen and weighs just over 4 lbs.
What do beryllium tweeters and electromagnetic woofers mean? A sky high price tag–but Grande Utopia EM speakers feature an adjustable design to get that elusive sweet spot.
The latest 14 megapixel point and shoot to join the fray, Sigma’s DP2 camera actually manages to squeeze in a DSLR sensor and lens that is equivalent to 41mm on a 35mm SLR.
Sony’s Vaio TT is the world’s lightest Blu-ray laptop. Less than 1″ thick and only 2.87 lbs, this svelte 11″ notebook gets a carbon fiber chassis, 16:9 HD 1080p and dual channel SSD drives + RAID.
T-Mobile’s G1 phone is the first with Google’s Android OS. It has single sign-on for Gmail, YouTube and more, Amazon’s DRM-free MP3s, and HSDPA + EDGE; the U.S. gets it on 10/22.
Apple’s iMac “puck” mouse never did it for us, but Grands of Dalvey’s opulent Bureau Mouse might do the trick with a chrome finish, 800 dpi resolution and fine leather mousepad.
These EyeClops Night Vision Goggles are a relatively low-cost pair that look like something out of The Matrix; caveats: you’re viewing through one eye with a narrow field of vision.
Griffin’s AirCurve is essentially a transparent display stand with a coiled waveguide within that acts as an amplifier: in short, this polycarbonate speaker doesn’t need power to operate.
At 37 megapixels, the Leica S2 is the M8.2′s, bigger, more powerful brother. It’s targeted towards medium format photographers, and offers the versatility and speed of a DSLR camera.
Lenovo’s 12.1″ X200 and X200t notebooks pack in low-power CPUs as well as optional SSD and Blu-ray drives. The X200t is a tablet, and can get up to 15 hours of life for road warriors.
Now that the iPod Touch packs its own speaker, iLuv’s battery powered iSP100 loses a bit of utility; however, it’s relatively portable and at 4W RMS (8W peak), not bad for the size and price.
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