The Asus N20A is the N10’s big bro, with a 12.1″ screen, Core 2 Duo, Bluetooth and 3G. Curiously, it’s stuck with Intel’s X4500 chipset, instead of the N10’s Nvidia 9300M.
Large and oblong, Sony’s MBS-900 speaker doesn’t pair visually with the Sony Ericsson W705, but its built-in bluetooth lets it pair with and stream music from BT-equipped cellphones.
With only a 5 MP and 2.5″ screen, Tomy’s xiao camera isn’t anything special, but its built-in Zero Ink (ZINK) printer turns it into a modern Polaroid, albeit with sticky-back photos.
Most HDD enclosures are pretty stale, but Datamore’s Porte sports sleek racecar looks and a Lambo-esque scissor door; it comes in USB and eSATA versions, but is sold in Korea only.
Canon’s EOS 5D Mk II not cutting it? Their XL H1S and H1A prosumer camcorders feature a 20x HD lens, manual zoom/focus, 60i/30F/24F frame options and DIGIC DV II.
Sony Ericsson’s Rika is official today: aka the W705, it’s a Walkman variant of their G705 which means multimedia-friendly. The Rika includes a 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi and YouTube app.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Fujitsu laptops, the Lifebook 1630 tablet PC sports a 8.9″ touchscreen; despite its netbook size and 2.2 lb weight, it runs on Centrino 2 with a Core 2 Duo CPU.
We’re usually looking at the front of monitors, but iZ3D is releasing a series of custom-painted 22″ LCD monitors which range from industrial to hot rod; it’ll take 3-4 weeks to paint.
A chimera of sorts, Fujitsu’s 1.32 lb Lifebook U820 has a netbook-like Atom Z530 CPU yet a swiveling, tablet-like 5.6″ touchscreen. Also bundled: 1GB RAM, GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Not satisfied with one screen, Fujitsu’s 16″ Lifebook N7010 squeezes in a 4″ touch screen that acts as an app launcher; the laptop also includes a Blu-ray drive and HDMI out.
Talk about extreme close-up: this desktop USB Microscope plugs directly into your computer with a 200x magnification and 1600×1200 resolution; it’ll even record AVI movies.
With Obama elected president, it’s time to reveal how he’ll get his work done: a horde of mini-Obamas constructed with 150 million carbon nanotubes by UMich engineer John Hart.
YOYOtech’s MLK1610 is an uber rig that runs Intel’s brand new Core i7 (Nehalem) CPU on an X58 chipset; it also packs in 9GB of DDR3 RAM, an 80GB SSD, and a 1TB HDD.
Clearly targeted towards MacBook owners, Western Digital’s My Passport Studio not only looks the part but includes a FireWire 800 interface; it’s available in 500GB and 400GB sizes.
Motorola’s ZINE ZN5 camera phone is now available through T-Mobile; the phone starts at just under $100 with a two year contract, and sports a 5 MP camera, FM radio, Wi-Fi and xenon flash.
Olympus’ E-30 dSLR competes with the EOS 50D and D90, except it’s a bit pricey for the features: a 12.3MP sensor, fast AF, flip and twist 2.7″ LCD, and updated Zuiko 14-54mm lens.
Alienware’s M17 is their first CrossfireX capable notebook, with support for up to two ATI Radeon HD 3870 graphics cards; it can also handle Intel quad-core CPUs and 4 GB of RAM.
Developed by MIT and UMass students, the Mobile Dextrous Social (MDS) Robot is now available for sale. It can manipulate objects, as well as interact verbally and with facial expressions.
OCZ’s line of 15″ DIY notebooks have been updated with the Centrino 2 platform; although the video card is locked in, owners can choose their own CPU, hard drive and RAM.
Like their Eee notebooks and PCs, Asus’ Atom powered Eee Top is not a powerful system. However, its clean, all-in-one form factor and touchscreen LCD make it an ideal second PC.
We have to admit we’re mostly smitten by the Pro-Idee MP3 Radio/Alarm’s looks; it’s got a swanky analog meets modern style, with chrome buttons, a usb port and SD/MMC card slot.
Weak wireless no more: Ubiquiti Networks’ Bullet gives wi-fi capabilities to any antenna; it packs 1000mW of power, an Atheros processor, 16 Mb SDRAM and 4 MB of Flash memory.
William Kang’s 9999 Boom Box concept is updated for the 21st century; not only does it have a design that Apple would be proud of, but it sports both video and mp3 players.
Looking like a dumbbell and weighing only 1 lb, the Recon Scout is actually a remote controlled robot with a built-in camera that SWAT teams can chuck into hostile environments.
With a 3.8″ 1024×480 touchscreen that rivals that of netbooks, Sharp’s Aquos Fulltouch is arguably the world’s highest res cellphone; it also sports a 5.2 MP camera and 3G speeds.
Mixing a bit of the old with the new, Sanyo’s R227 tabletop radio gets FM tunes as well as internet stations and podcasts via Wi-Fi or ethernet; there’s also an input for your iPod/mp3 player.
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