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MDR-XB700 Headphones

MDR-XB700 Headphones

Despite 3000 mW of maximum input, Sony’s MDR-XB700 headphone is designed to pamper the ears: its thick urethane leather cushion is air tight and minimizes sound leakage.

23 Stars
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Pinnacle Video Transfer

Pinnacle Video Transfer
$100  Buy View

Pinnacle’s Video Transfer gadget isn’t glamorous, but it is useful: it’ll easily pull video and audio off virtually any device in MPEG-4/H.264 and transfer it via USB to your PC or iPod.

1 Stars
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Simplifi iPod Dock

Simplifi iPod Dock
$70  Buy Hat Tip View

Hot on the heels of their AirCurve speaker, Griffin’s Simplifi iPod Dock packs three functions in one: it triples as an iPod Dock, a media card reader, and two powered USB ports.

2 Stars
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Nova Slider X 600

Nova Slider X 600

Well-known for their gamer-oriented mousepads, Nova Gaming’s Slider X 600 mouse gets 3200 DPI and a lateral cable; the latter is a bit funky, but supposedly gives greater freedom.

5 Stars
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Video: The Bricked Mac

Video: The Bricked Mac

With all the talk about bricked iPhones, this Mac Pro made out of Lego bricks is the real deal: it was built in 14 hours for MacMod Challenge 2008, and actually houses a working Mac Mini.

7 Stars
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Concept: Scartel WiMax

Concept: Scartel WiMax

Uber-lux Optimus keyboard-makers Art Lebedev’s latest concept is the Scartel cellphone, which gets WiMAX, Wi-Fi and triple band 3G, plus a ginormous 850×480 pixel screen.

5 Stars
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BoomCooler

BoomCooler
$899  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

10 Stars
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Powerflux Power Cord

Powerflux Power Cord
$1,800  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

4 Stars
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Slingbox PRO-HD

Slingbox PRO-HD
$300  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

4 Stars
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Solar Light Cap

Solar Light Cap
$35  Buy View

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.

5 Stars
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Panasonic Toughbooks

Panasonic Toughbooks
$2,099+  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

2 Stars
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Korg DS-10

Korg DS-10
$40  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

4 Stars
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Phase One Camera

Phase One Camera
$41,990  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

7 Stars
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Transforming Motorola

Transforming Motorola

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.

4 Stars
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iPod Boombox

iPod Boombox
$220  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

8 Stars
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Dell Studio Desktops

Dell Studio Desktops
$549+  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

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Samsung X460 Laptop

Samsung X460 Laptop

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.

3 Stars
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Grand Utopia EM Speakers

Grand Utopia EM Speakers
$180,000  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

37 Stars
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Sigma DP2 Camera

Sigma DP2 Camera

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.

4 Stars
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Sony Vaio TT

Sony Vaio TT
$2,100+  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

2 Stars
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T-Mobile G1

T-Mobile G1
$179 (2yr contract)  Buy Hat Tip View

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.

14 Stars
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