No financial meltdown here: Continental’s Nokia E71 is clad in 24 karat gold and is available in white and black varieties; the extra filthy rich can opt for the platinum finished version.
Will Urbina’s Cinematograph HD case mod is video editing with zero compromises; it includes two 22″ displays, 5 hard drives and 10W stereo speakers. At 82 lbs, it’s just barely portable.
New to Razer’s 1ms response time gaming keyboards: the Lycosa Mirror is a glossy version of their backlit Lycosa, while the Arctosa loses the backlighting but is more affordable.
Although named HAL and created by Cyberdyne, this cyborg suit is designed to help: it amplifies the strength of the elderly and disabled, and can be rented. Thank you, Sonic!
The Motorola VU30 Rapture is a bit of a hybrid cellphone; it’s a clamshell yet still packs a touch sensitive screen and turn-by-turn GPS via Verizon’s proprietary Navigator service.
Sony’s CDX-H910UI is a splash-proof headunit, and is the first to work with iPods or iPhones via a USB port; part of their Marine line, you’ll of course need a boat for this to be useful.
Made by Sleek Audio, Kleer is a wireless transmitter that hooks up to their existing SA6 headphones; if the batteries run out, simply remove it and hook the SA6 back to its original cable.
Nikon’s Media Port UP headset is a combination headphone and media player with a swiveling eyepiece for watching videos; it’s controlled by tilting your head up, down, left and right.
AKAI’s XR20 is a portable “beat production center” loaded with 700 drums, bass and other sounds so you can make hip hop whenever inspiration hits you; it’s both battery and AC powered.
Looking like an upscale whiskey flask, the Incrudo is an 8 GB hard drive for loaded Russian oil barons; it’s covered with titanium and composite ceramic for the ultimate in protection.
Mostly known for their cellphone headsets, Jabra’s BT8030 is a pretty sweet headphone — not only are they bluetooth and therefore cordless, but they also fold out to double as speakers.
Samsung’s Sway cellphone is an ultra-thin slider, measuring only 0.47″ and weighing 3.6 oz. A budget phone, it still packs a night-shot friendly 2 MP camera and stereo bluetooth.
Announced last month, HP has finally rolled out its HDX Gaming Mouse; this ambidextrous laser mouse sports DPI-switching (up to 2,400 DPI) and five buttons; not bad for $40.
Pumping out 50 watts per channel, Peachtree Audio’s Decco is a versatile vacuum tube amp with digital to analog converter, along with USB, coax, optical and two analog inputs.
You can never have too many 18.4″ laptops: Acer’s 8930 Gemstone will max out with a T9400 CPU, 4GB RAM, a GeForce 9700M GT, Blu-ray, HDMI out, 802.11 Draft-N and 2x320GB drives.
TN Games’ 3RD Space Vest is finally adding support for World of Warcraft players; the vest offers 3D “tactile sensory stimuli,” no word yet on whether the vest will Stop Poking Me.
Ergonomic mice aren’t anything new, but HandshoeMouse’s saddle shape seems to make sense: the entire hand rests on the mouse, allowing it to relax and minimize tension.
Forget dainty netbooks: Dell’s 17″ M6400 laptop is top of the line all the way, with a 1 GB Quadro FX 3700M card, quad core CPU and a whopping 16 GB of RAM. Thanks, Craig!
Boy Genius Report has snagged some BlackBerry Storm 9530 docs with specs and more; it’ll sport a 3.25″ 480×360 screen, portrait and landscape views, and a 3.2 MP camera.
A direct challenge to Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s PRS-700 is an ebook reader with a 6″ touchscreen that reads finger swipes; there’s still no wireless, but we dig the slate color scheme.
Released for Singapore’s recent Formula 1 night race, the ruby encrusted Vertu Signature S cellphone is for all you blingsters with your choice of white gold, yellow gold or stainless steel.
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