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.
COSMIC MOTORS is a fantastic, albeit fictional look at spaceships and their totally smokin’ pilots. It’s written by Daniel Simon, who in real life has worked for Bugatti and Lamborghini.
Fujifilm has released the FinePix S2000HD; the “HD” refers to the digital camera’s ability to record HD movies and widescreen stills. Other specs: 10 megapixels and 15x optical zoom.
Workaholics can take their iPhone swimming: the Amphibx Waterproof Armband protects your phone or mp3 player up to a depth of 12 feet. Two versions: medium or large.
HP has released its latest series of business-class workstation notebooks. The 8730w is the flagship laptop, with a 17″ display, Nvidia Quadro FX card and up to 8 gigs of RAM.
The Urwerk UR-202 has telescopic minute hands, hours satellites and twin turbines. The swanky video (above) shows this in detail, and yet we still feel clueless… all we know is, we want one. Bad.
Like something out of Minority Report, this two-seater BMW concept by Italian design students sports suicide doors, zero emissions and a glass greenhouse. Tom Cruise not included.
As of today, Nokia’s 5610 XpressMusic is available at T-Mobile. Ideal for music lovers, this slider phone has built-in FM radio and stereo bluetooth; it also has quad-band but is EDGE only.
We hate wires, and dream of the day they’ll all be eliminated. Until that day comes, Cableyoyo’s low-profile cable organizers do the job nicely, and slip right into your pocket.
All speaker and little else, Altec Lansing’s Orbit-MP3 speaker gets right to the point but still manages to pack in a little style. Its straightforward look comes with an equally honest price.
Knomo’s Bungo 15″ Messenger Bags look upscale due to the genuine leather flaps and sides, but their nylon construction makes them highly durable and functional.
Samsung’s U800 “Soul b” is part of their fashion line; we really dig the brushed metal finish. The cellphone obviously ranks high in design, but is also easy to use and sounds great.
We’re almost out of the uncanny valley with these digital faces, created by Pendulum Studios’ AlterEgo. Their facial expression software gets the timing down so well that it’s … uncanny.
Like yesterday’s Nikon S60, Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-T700 also features a 3.5″ touchscreen in lieu of buttons. We also like the internal 4GB of memory, 10 MP and ISO 3200.
Boomboxes have been called many things, from ghetto blasters to jam boxes. We can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic as we view the photos in Lyle Owerko’s Boombox Project.
Bedol’s Water-Powered Clock is so elegant that we can’t help but smile. Using water and a bit of salt, the clock extracts electrons from the solution, serving essentially as a fuel cell.
The Zen X-Fi MP3 player is a good value for the money, with up to 32GB, wi-fi, and a vibrant screen. Build quality leaves something to be desired, but it’s tough to beat its price point.
Hard Graft’s aesthetic jives with ours: simple and efficient. Their felt and leather pouches and wallets are geared towards specific gadgets like the iPhone, Kindle and Macbooks.
The slim T700 is the successor to the T610 and comes in classic two-tone black on metal. Other specs: 2″ TFT display, 3.2 MP camera, quad-band GSM, 2100 MHz UMTS 3G.
The Colorsplash Flash is a compact addon with 12 filters to add extra color to your Lomo shots. For the uninitiated, Lomography is a form of photography that toes the line between art and fun.
Logitech is finally bringing its super-sleek 1/2″ thick diNovo Edge keyboard to the Mac. The Apple version will feature Mac-specific function keys for Mail, Safari and iTunes.
Sony’s new RHT-G500 is ideal for tight living spaces: it incorporates a 3.1 channel surround system right into the TV stand. It includes three HDMI inputs and is designed for 32″-40″ flat panel TVs.
No, it’s not another creature from Spore: the DC800 MAXX is a digital camera system for divers; included is an 8 megapixel camera and two flashes with a maximum depth of 200 feet.
Kai Chen’s bath safeguard is a waterproof silicon gadget that measures the temp of your water. It’s a safety device, but we think it’s also perfect for guys who like their water just shy of scalding.
New to Motorola’s ROKR line: the EM25 (slider), EM28 (clamshell) and EM30 (candybar) are all cheaper alternatives to the E8. They should be available globally in a few weeks.
Like a rave at your fingertips: the Luxeed Dynamic Pixel LED Keyboard is now available. Most of the keys can be individually set to any color you want; available in white or black.
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