Available in 8″ and 10.1″ models, G9 tablets have a dual core 1.5GHz OMAP4 CPU, Android 3.1, USB port, HDMI out, and either 16GB flash storage (plus microSD slot) or a 250GB hard drive.
Throw down the jams with Billaboop’s CamBox, a creative app for iOS devices. Each recorded sound is stored in a box, which can then be remixed, played with the touch screen and saved as a video.
Stick the PadTab on the back of your gadget, then stick the WallTab on any clean flat surface. Then slide the PadTab into the WallTab to mount your tablet. Each PadTab comes with 2 WallTabs.
Inspired by “the sights and sounds” of its namesake NYC district, the Lower East Speakers promise powerful, distortion free sound in a small package. Has 3.5mm and optical audio out.
The M9-P distinguishes itself from its twin with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal cover on its LCD display, grippy vulcanite leathering and a Leica logogram instead of the usual red dot logo.
While the iPad 2’s camera quality is certainly questionable, this fun little app puts it and the tablet’s gyroscope to good use, turning your iPad’s screen into a fake window to the real world.
The Pivot Power power strip adapts to your needs, and not the other way around. Adjust it to fit different shaped power adapters and easily use all of the outlets at the same time.
The new Little Big Disk has Thunderbolt tech. Daisy-chain it to up to 5 other Thunderbolt devices and enjoy 2-way data transfer at up to 10Gb/s. Coming in 240/500GB SSD and 1TB HDD versions.
Marshall’s handsome and comfy Major headphones are now more cellphone-friendly. They now have a built-in microphone and a one-button remote to control music playback and receive calls.
These omnidirectional 4″ aluminum cubes play audio over Bluetooth or NFC for devices that support it. They’ll run for 20 hours on a single charge, and you can connect two for stereo.
Looking more like something from an airplane cockpit than a race car, Microsoft’s new U-shaped motion controller is fully wireless, and offers rumble feedback as you hit bumps in the road.
With a curvy Gorilla Glass AMOLED screen, an 8mp camera with Zeiss optics, dual flashes, Dolby Digital Plus sound, and free global nav, we only question the relatively obscure MeeGo OS.
The Veebeam HD is a low-cost, user-friendly streaming device that allows you to wirelessly simulcast video or stream 1080p media from your computer to an HDTV. Works with Macs or PCs.
Has a quad-core i7 2.0 GHz CPU, 17.3″ HD screen (3D display optional), 12GB RAM, 1.5TB HDD, GTX 560M GPU, 1 USB 3.0 and 3 USB 2.0 ports, soft palm rest and easy access cover for upgrades.
That’s right, thanks to NHK and Sharp, TV is going ultra. They showed off this LCD display that produces images with a resolution 16x greater than today’s HDTVs. 2020, please come faster.
Aided by a special putter cradle ($30), Ping’s iPing app for the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G, measures every detail of your stroke, impact angle, and tempo, helping you improve your putting game.
The first app we know of that makes good use of the iPad 2’s magnetic Smart Cover. Evernote Peek turns your iPad into a virtual flash card reader. Peek for a question. Peel back for the answer.
Slated to hit when Gears of War 3 arrives this Fall, this special-edition Xbox 360 Slim gets the full GOW treatment, with blood-red artwork, matching controllers, a copy of GOW3 and a 320GB HD.
The $119 headset has 50mm drivers, audio controls on its cord and a retractable mic. The $70 mouse has 7 buttons, 5,000 cpi laser and a matte grip. Diablo-themed mousepads also available.
A handy app for measuring and tracking mobile data usage. Gives option to set data cap alarms, and even has a location-based data zone. Coming soon for Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone.
The latest in Sony’s prosumer NEX line, it offers interchangeable lenses, and a large 16.2MP APS-C sensor, high-end features for a camera of its size. DPReview has an early preview and sample pics.
ZionEyez’s spectacles contain a tiny 720p HD camera, can record to 8GB of built-in memory or wirelessly send video live to the web via your smartphone. They even take prescription lenses.
If your wireless router and Ethernet cables can’t cover your house, grab this 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Extender. It has an LED that indicates the strength of the connection with the router for optimal placement.
You don’t need to speak Japanese to enjoy this footage of a spherical flying machine that reminds us of Wheatley off his rail. Just add weapons for the ultimate video game-style security drone.
This ordinary-looking can actually has circuits inside instead of beer. Currently being developed by Ron Tajima, the transforming beer can robot can walk, roll and revert to its original form.
Park Sangyong’s concept camera works in an unusual way to be sure. Throw the Camerang into the air and as it spins, its automatically adjusting lens captures aerial self-portraits.
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