Now shipping: BFG Systems’ Phobos is a premium case with a touch panel for system stats, iPod dock, liquid cooling, and Blu-ray; the cables are routed from the bottom to reduce clutter.
Used by the likes of Daft Punk and Justice, JazzMutant’s Lemur is a multi-touch pad with a high contrast 12″ TFT display for controlling sequences, synthesizers, vjing and lighting.
Ideal for getting up close with the fishies, Liquid Image’s Pro HD350 is a hands-free videomask that can shoot 5MP still pictures and 720P video at 30 fps at a depth of up to 100 meters.
Brian Solis has scored the first pro-quality pictures of Dell’s Adamo notebook in both black and silver; it’s reputed to be thinner than the MacBook Air, with most ports moved to the back.
The sequel to the successful X-Minis, the X-Mini II portable speaker not only gets a larger 40mm driver but can be tethered with up to 7 other X-Mini IIs; CNET reports it can get “deafening.”
Designed for those with active lifestyles, JayBird’s JB-200 wireless headphones include a tighter fitting earpiece and use Bluetooth to play music as well as handle phone calls.
Not to belabor the name, but Ideative’s Socket Sense just makes sense: angled plugs combined with the ability to expand negate the need to play musical chairs with your adapters.
HTC’s Touch Cruise is mid-range phone targeted towards globetrekkers; it includes a cradle for in-car GPS navi, a Footprints app for geotagging, a 2.8″ QVGA screen and quad-band GSM.
Not content to rest on their photographic laurels, Leica’s Pradovit D-1200 is their first digital projector; it sports a retro design, 16:10 format, 2500:1 contrast range and up to 2000 Lumen.
Though virtually the same as Razer’s premium Megalodon in terms of headphone and mic specs, the Carcharias halves the price by leaving out the virtual 7.1 channel surround sound.
Trackball mice are out of vogue, but Kensington’s SlimBlade pays more than lip service to their remaining users with a low-profile design, four buttons and multi-mode software.
If you hate tangled cords as much as we do, these Flexicord Cables are a godsend: they remember their original coiled shape, allowing them to reduce clutter yet stretch when needed.
Nearly half a decade in the making, Phantom’s Lapboard is finally shipping February 20th; Gizmodo already has a review up: pricey and awkward, but it fits comfortable in your lap.
Fujitsu’s F-01A seems destined for some primo beach time; it’ll survive up to 30 minutes underwater and features a 3.2″ touchscreen, 5.2MP camera, GPS and TV tuner.
If you thought your custom-etched iPod was cool, Chris Maguire’s laser-etched Eee PC will knock your plumber’s overalls off: it details the complete level maps of Super Mario Land.
Let their be light … and sound: this SoundBulb concept seems a mite futuristic, as it not illuminates with LED lamps but streams music via Wi-Fi or bluetooth through 8ohm speakers.
Available starting March 2009, iLuv’s i1166 portable media player is jam-packed with goodies; it not only plays DVDs at 16:9 on its 9″ TFT LCD, but unfolds to serve as an iPod dock.
In addition to controlling your iPod, the Nike+ iPod Watch Remote takes their Sport Kit one step further: it’ll give you voice feedback on your time, distance, calories burned and pace.
They look a bit clunky, but Rainer Spehl’s oak wood laptop cases for the MacBook and MacBook Pro are more about style; they’re lined with leather and close with a magnetic latch.
Michael Arrington/TechCrunch’s low-end tablet, Prototype B is in working order: it features a 12″ touchscreen, Via Nano, 1GB RAM, 4GB flash drive, Wi-Fi and camera for about $299.
The Creative HS-1100 is their latest gamer-friendly USB headset; it uses Silencer tech to wipe out ambient noise while improving speech clarity, dual mics and 3D positional surround sound.
Viliv’s X70 Atom MID is a lighter, non-swiveling version of the S7 with the same 7″ touch screen, but swaps one option for another: no 1.86GHz, but buyers can choose Linux or XP.
It may not be pretty, but Motorola’s Tundra meets US Military specs for abuse while managing to pack a decent feature set with 3G, SMS, email, 2MP camera, aGPS and microSD slot.
Most likely the fastest single-GPU available, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 285 is about 10% faster than its GTX 280 brethren; it sports 240 stream processors and 1GB of GDDR3 memory.
Panasonic’s RP-HJE900 in-ear headphones are the first to be made with Zirconia (ZrO2); the material boasts less resonance than plastic or aluminum for distortion-free sound reproduction.
At 10,000 lumens, Sanyo’s PLC-XF71 screams ultimate bachelor pad; however, with a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 1024×768 resolution, it’s really a pro-level projector for presentations.
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