It looks like someone had a field day with a shrink ray, but this DIY Mac Pro Mini is actually made from the salvaged mobo of a damaged MacBook and a Macally hard drive enclosure.
No, you’re not seeing double: Abarth’s Powerplay Extreme is from the same company that brought us today’s FZ1 naked bike; similarly, it uses an Antec Skeleton case with an i7 Core CPU.
The Asus P565′s 800 MHz CPU makes it one of the fastest WinMo smartphones ever; it also has HSDPA speeds, a 2.8″ touchscreen, bluetooth and a custom Glide UI.
We don’t want to know why that guy is smiling, but suffice it to say these iPod Video Goggles offer privacy without extra adapters; they draw power directly from your iPod.
Both Gateway and Dell are dropping Core i7s into their desktops, and at relatively low price points: Dell’s Studio XPS starts at $999, while Gateway’s FX 6800-01e starts at $1,249.
The iPhone’s back is plenty glossy, but More’s Noel Covers kick it up a notch with one of four metallic finishes; they protect your phone while still allowing access to all controls and ports.
It was only a matter of time before Minority Report’s gesture tech became a reality; made in part by a science advisor for the movie, Oblong’s g-Speak is a “spatial operating environment.”
Made for WoW’s Wrath of the Lich King expansion, this limited edition SteelSeries Zboard allows up to 7 simultaneous keystrokes (“anti-ghosting”) and macro customization.
New to Teac’s Esoteric line are the AG-H600 digital amp and PD-H600, both of which sport aluminum chassis and large toroid power transformers; an iPod dock will also play videos.
HP’s dv3510nr is the result of Best Buy’s Blue Label program, which asks customers’ most-wanted features. CNET loves it, praising it as a worthy alternative to Apple’s MacBook.
With a Celeron CPU, 120GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM, Dell’s Vostro 860 is by no means loaded; however, at $379 for a 15.6″ 16:9 screen, it’s a pretty tough deal to pass up.
Short of becoming a Jedi, this voice-activated R2D2 does it all; it’ll respond to simple commands, act as a room sentry and even play tag using an infrared sensor to detect motion.
Hercules’ XPS 2.1 50 speakers were actually designed via a poll; in addition, we like the little touches such as line-in on the right satellite and wall-mountability.
AT&T/Samsung’s Eternity is the latest iPhone competitor and nearly matches it toe for toe, with a 3.2″ touchscreen, GPS and 3G data; however, it is a full $50 cheaper with a contract.
Recommended by DJ Spencer Thomas, JLab’s JBuds J2 Earbuds are the successor to their wildly popular JBuds; they use Japanese cobalt drivers and feature a 24k gold-plated jack.
Although rather cheap at just over $1K, Alienware’s Area-51 750i gaming desktop is a good value: you’ll get a 3GHz Core 2 Duo, 512MB 9800GT, 2GB of RAM and a beefy 750W PSU.
AT&T/Nokia’s 6650 is good value for the money, especially for Symbian fans; running on S60, it features an brushed metal case, integrated GPS and stereo Bluetooth for only $70.
The glowing red LED screams Cylon, but this Tony Stewart NASCAR Helmet has peaceful intentions; it’s actually a radio with a CD tray in place of the mouth and a flip-up visor.
RED’s Scarlet/Epic is a modular, build-it-yourself camera system which allows you to shoot video from 3K @ 120FPS to 28K @ 30FPS and stills from 4.9 MP to a whopping 261 MP.
While MSI’s GX630 specs (AMD dual-core CPU, 4GB RAM, 512MB GeForce 9600M GT, HDMI out) are pretty impressive, this gaming laptop’s true forte is its price: it’ll cost you only $800.
Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 5 is two-piece remote and music server for the well-heeled, with a 10.4″ LCD and a 500GB hard drive running an Apple Genius-like MOTS algorithm.
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