This November, Sony will be releasing a Wireless Keypad which fits existing Dualshock 3 and Sixaxis controllers. Its most interesting feature: the whole keyboard doubles as a touchpad.
Razer’s Megalodon headset sounds like a dino because of its ginormous features: 7.1 channel surround sound, fine-grain sound tweaking, 200 mW output and cushions throughout.
Sony has officially announced the PSP-3000, to be released on October 14th. Improvements include a glare reducing transflective screen, built-in mic and new PS button.
Leaked twice over, Palm inadvertently launched the Treo Pro Tuesday. The new Treo will be the first to get tri-band 3G (HSDPA). We like the simplified design and flush touchscreen, as well.
Universal Remote recently unveiled the Complete Control MX-880, which boasts a 2″ color LCD and the ability to use your own graphics. It’s also PC programmable and supports both RF and IR.
The Archos 5 is not quite a laptop or a media player. It sports a 4.8″ touch screen, wi-fi, and doubles as a DVR; the Archos 5g connects to cellphone data networks with a 3.5G antenna.
The latest version of Logitech’s Wave keyboard should be out in a few days. The keyboard curves both vertically and horizontally to more naturally align itself with wrists and arms.
You’d be half right if you think “Brunopasso” sounds like an Italian supercar: designer Tadahito Ishibashi’s espresso machine sports race-inspired gauges and a sexy, sinuous design.
Nokia has released the Carbon Arte, an ultra-premium version of their popular 3G 8800 slider phone. The bulk of the cost: carbon fiber, polished glass, titanium and stainless steel.
Victorinox’s SwissFlash is a gadgety take on its popular Swiss Army Knives, but drops the cutlery and replaces them with a 16 GB flash drive, LED flashlight and ball point pen.
Although it’s for Asia only, we can’t help but admire the IdeaPad U8′s stylish design; similar to the Gigabyte M528, this MID also has a 4.8″ touch screen. The dongle is for digital television.
Compose is an interesting gadget concept by several Chinese designers. A digital paper tablet uses a built-in mic to automatically transcribe your singing (or squawking) into notes.
Retaining much of the HP 8730w’s visual language, the HP 2530p is an ultraportable with a 12″ LED screen, 80GB hard drive and up to 8 GB of RAM. It weighs just over 3 lbs.
The Sooloos Media System is a music hub: use the 17″ touchscreen to to choose tailored music “recipes”. At $13k, you can also sync up with your numerous beach houses and penthouses.
Designed by Martijn Koch, Retro Space is as much a functional arcade cabinet as it is an homage to years past, drawing cues from Pong, Pacman and other famous arcade machines.
Cerulean’s F1+TX takes your iPod wireless. The F1 is a pair of stereo bluetooth headphones with 10m range, while the TX can wirelessly connect either the headphones or a dock to your iPod.
Indamixx takes Samsung’s Q1 Ultra touchscreen UMPC and turns it into a mobile mixing studio, with multi track recording and editing, Wi-Fi, Skype, and internet browsing. It’s Eminem!
The Asterisco Hub isn’t the most practical of concepts (it’s quite the space hog), but it works on two very important levels: 1) it looks cool; 2) it can be used as a ninja star on short notice.
The video (above) of the Laser Beam Music Generator is dorky, but the premise is interesting: six laser beams, 64 music sequences and 19 genres for some crazy solo jam sessions.
Great for mixing songs quickly, portably and with minimal equipment, the IDJ2 iPod Mixing Station allows you to play and mix two songs from a single iPod simultaneously.
if you’re fine with a cheapy $5 mouse pad, Vaja’s custom-colored pad is not for you. Starting at $60, this sleek, two-toned pad is wrapped in leather which develops a patina over time.
Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation, Press "R" for a Random Post | Keyboard Shortcuts: OnOff | Overlays: OffOn
Home | Shop | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | Disclosure | Advertise | Facebook | Twitter | Google + | Pinterest | Tumblr
Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Science Fiction: MightyMega | Cool Cars: 95Octane © 2008-2013 Awesomer Media
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right