Although it’s Japan only, we’d welcome Casio’s W63CA Exilim cameraphone in the States; it features an 8.1 MP camera, anti-shake and a 3.1″ organic EL display which swivels.
PhotographyBLOG has a review up of our favorite not-quite a DSLR, the Canon Powershot G10. The verdict: it’s a winner, with a high quality 28-140mm lens, though ISO noise is a bit high.
This upcoming waterproof mp3 player by Freestyle Audio isn’t much of a looker, but it’s the tech we’re digging: it has a color e-paper display. Translation: it can be easily read in direct sunlight.
Love the Mini 9′s portability but want a larger screen? Dell’s Inspiron Mini 12 will arrive stateside in late November; less than 1″ thick, it’ll get an Atom CPU, 12.1″ display and weigh only 2.72 lbs.
Similar to Marka’s Mini-Gods, Headphonies are portable speakers with an urban vinyl twist; they’re actually made with ABS plastic and will be released in limited editions of 500-1000 in November.
A mix of open-source goodness and flashing lights, Monome is like a mixer that interacts with you; its buttons are largely trivial, but that hasn’t stopped it from developing an active community.
While its 858×600 resolution and 800:1 contrast ratio aren’t anything special, Dell’s M109s Projector is targeted towards road warriors: it measures only 4″x4″ and weighs less than a pound.
LIke Toshiba’s X306, the 17″ Asus G71 gaming laptop is one of the first to sport a quad core CPU; it also has a 512MB GeForce 9700M GT card and supports up to two 500 GB drives.
Asus’ liquid-cooled CG6155 desktop has a pretty tight case, but it’s the nForce 790i mobo that takes the cake, with 3-Way SLI and up to 8 GB DDR3 RAM. It even packs a fingerprint scanner.
Wanna kick your Canon 5D MKII or Nikon D90′s HD video recording up a notch? Redrock Micro is releasing a “Cinematizing Kit” that will add pro-level zoom + focus controls and a lens hood.
Now available: Sony’s James Bond 007 edition Vaio TT is a tiny, stealthy affair, with an 11″ screen, 64GB SSD and HDMI out; it’s wrapped in carbon fiber with an engraved 007 Gun Logo.
Miu’s Hybrid Dual Portable Computer is both a cellphone and a netbook with an Intel Atom CPU. It features a two-sided screen with a 4.1″ TFT on one side and a 2.4″ AMOLED on the other.
MSI’s latest gaming laptops, the 17″ GT735 and the 15″ GX630, both run on AMD Turion dual-core CPUs; the GT735 gets a Radeon HD 3850 while the GX630 gets a GeForce 9600M GT.
Available in black or with a mirror polish, the AeroSystem iPod Dock is a freestanding speaker with an integrated amp, 45 W subwoofer and a pair of 20 W tweeters; it’s available in Europe only.
This ain’t your normal case mod: not only is this Metal Gear Solid 4 PS3 fitted with carbon fiber, digital camo and a laser-cut logo, but it’s actually signed by Hideo Kojima himself.
Garish pink case aside, Toshiba’s 17″ X306-Q708 gaming laptop packs a quad-core CPU; it also gets NVIDIA’s new GeForce 9400M chipset + dual 512 MB GeForce 9800M GTS cards.
AT&T’s Samsung Epix is actually a third-gen Blackjack; the WinMo 6.1 smartphone gets a touchscreen and an optical mouse pad. Also included are Wi-Fi, aGPS, a 2MP camera and 3G.
The Motorola Aura is a love-it or hate-it swiveling luxury phone, with a HAL-like cyclops display protected by a 62-carat sapphire lens; the case itself is made from polished stainless steel.
Hardcore PC’s Reactor is truly hardcore: the $11k monster is filled with cooling oil; the motherboard and three Samsung SSDs are dropped in like nuclear fuel rods. Thanks, Jorge!
Gateway’s MC Series of laptops is the latest entrant to the 16″ / 16:9 arena; this movie-friendly notebook also sports HDMI out, a backlit keyboard and leather accents; Blu-ray is optional.
Forget HDD: DosPara’s Prime SSD-RAID Server features solid state drives on a RAID 0 array, with 1119 MB/s read and 442 MB/s write. It also sports a Core 2 Duo CPU and 4GB of RAM.
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