The Samsung E200 Eco’s lime green case is made out of bioplastic, earning it big green-points. Bioplastic is derived from renewable sources, as opposed to petroleum.
We have a bad good feeling about this. GeekStuff4U has a bunch of Darth Vader and R2D2 4-port USB hubs in stock; check out the video above of the R2 hub beeping. Watch to the end!
Gateway’s P-7811FX gaming notebook packs in a lot (Geforce 9800M, 4 GB RAM, good battery life) for very little — it’s only a third the cost of a comparable Alienware laptop.
Sennheiser is a top audio manufacturer so we recommend their MX-W1 headphones; they’re wireless and run 13 hours after plugging into the charger, which doubles as a carring case.
No, it’s not a military project gone awry–this Automower is a robotic, solar-powered lawnmower that does all the cutting for you. It even includes an anti-theft alarm.
Think of Gigabyte’s MID M528 as a mini-laptop: it has a 4GB SSD hard drive, 4.8″ touch panel LCD, webcam, full 3G and Wi-Fi. We like that it’s now available at almost half its preorder price.
The PICO Hybrid Radio combines both DAB, FM and internet radio into a splash proof package. It’s powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery, making this ideal for outdoor and bathroom use.
The Latitude E4200 is Dell’s smallest laptop ever, weighing in at 2.2 pounds. The 12.1″ notebook will be available in the coming weeks, along with a slightly larger 13.3″ E4300.
No need to check your laptop–this Wi-Fi Detecting T-Shirt picks up 802.11b/g signals and indicates the strength. It’s removable for easy washing, and requires three AAA batteries.
Made by gamers, for gamers: Astro Gaming’s A40 Audio System includes a MixAmp (combines voice and game sounds; 5.1 Dolby Digital) and Headset with swappable tags.
Andrew Mager’s broken iPhone 3G photos can be painful to see, but there is an innate beauty to the shattered screens and crumpled cases. May you rest in pieces.
This Quadraflex speaker has a timeless style; it was designed over 50 years ago by Ray and Charles Eames. They’re for serious collectors only: you’ll need to hunt for them.
New at ThinkGeek: the Exposed Flip Clock allows you to watch all 86,400 of your daily seconds tick away in agonizing detail. The gear on the left is a 24 hour alarm.
Three years in the making, the MechRC is a programmable robot with 17 independently controlled servos: in short, it can dance the funky chicken without breaking a sweat.
Nokia’s 3610 clamshell phone is targeted towards budget users, but it manages to pack in bluetooth, a 1.3 MP camera and microSD support. The analog clock display is a nice touch, too.
NVIDIA’s Quadro Plex 2200 D2s are targeted towards 3D modelers and scientists, but we dig the design and power under the hood: two Quadro FX 5800 GPUs and 8 GB of memory.
Choosing between Nokia and Blackberry? BGR’s E71 vs. Bold comparo is worth a read. Conclusion: the E71 is the best phone ever to run S60, but the Bold remains king for business users.
The Rovio Wi-Fi Robot streams audio and video with its built-in camera, allowing you to control this via the Internet. Oh yeah: it’s got three omni-directional wheels and micro-GPS.
Steinway Lyngdorf’s Model D Speakers literally cost an arm and a leg, and are targeted towards (well-heeled) audio aficionados. Finishes include black lacquer, fine woods, gold and chrome.
The Lenovo ThinkPad W700 is a beast: it tips the scales at over 8 lbs. However, it’s the first laptop to have a built-in Wacom tablet. A 1GB Quadro card doesn’t hurt, either.
Dell has a slew of new laptops today; our favorite is the mainstream E6400, which hits the feature-to-size sweet spot with a 14.1″ display and up to 19 hours of battery life with SSD.
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