Not to be upstaged by the LG GD910, the heretofore unknown hipsters at Phenom have dropped the SpecialOps; it sports a 1.3″ touchscreen, external keypad, and camera.
NAS servers are a dime a dozen nowadays, but HP’s ex485/7 MediaSmart Servers are one of the few non-Apple devices to support Time Machine; choose from 750GB or 1.5TB.
MSI’s U115 Hybrid Netbook takes a page out of Apple’s MBP playbook: it has the ability to run both SSD and HDD drives as well as selectively turn off the HDD to save power.
Clean and unpretentious, Philips’ Russian market X710 Xenium is a simple phone, but two features stand out for business travelers: a generous 1900 mA/h battery and dual SIM slots.
Case-mate’s BlackBerry Bold Smart Skin case features a laser-cut cover that lets backlighting through; we also dig the Carbon Fiber texture which is similar to their Vroom case.
Built by Randy Jones for his CS thesis, this multitouch music device is actually a passive force sensor that makes music with a MacBook Pro via an 8×8 RME audio interface.
LG’s GD910 wristphone seems too good to be true; it’s a gadget lover’s dream, with a 1.43″ LCD touchscreen, 3G HSDPA, text to speech, and built-in camera for fielding video calls.
Looking like a bug-eyed freak is a small price to pay with these concept solar-powered sunglasses, which feature organic dye solar cells in the lens to recharge your gadgets.
Command & Conquer fans will love this GDI construction yard case mod by Frenkie Janse; he uses a Recom RC-9B case, polystyrene, old Pentium I fans and perforated steel.
If you like the tactile feel of scissor switch keys, Acer is gearing up to release an Eee-branded wireless keyboard + mouse combo, with a minimalist look that matches the Eee well.
Philips’ Xenium X620 seems to be Asia only, but we dig this candybar phone’s sleek, monoblock design; along with music and video playback, it can run an amazing 50 days on standby.
Yanko Design is easily our favorite concept blog so their massive Best of Yanko Design 2008 post has us jumping for joy, even if their features are far prettier than they are useful.
Roth Audio’s MC4 mixes a bit of the old with the new; it’s both a tube amplifier and an iPod dock with s-video output; includes remote and a pair of OLI1 2-way bookshelf speakers.
Hardcore Wii partiers would be hard-pressed to pass up Nyko’s Charge Station Quad, which will charge up to four controllers simultaneously via matching NiMH battery packs.
The NC20 is Samsung’s followup to its NC10 netbook, with a larger 12.1″ display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD; instead of an Atom CPU, it uses a VIA Nano U225.
There’s no mistaking when your battery is finished charging with this Toasting Charger concept by Hyun-A Ko; just slide in your lithium ion and wait for it to pop back up when it’s done.
Feelin’ the need to personalize your MacBook or MBP? Iamhuman’s tasteful, upscale-styled 3M adhesive covers resemble wood and fabrics; they’ll remove with no residue.
Road warriors, max out your productivity: Lenovo’s 17″ ThinkPad W700ds is a dual screen laptop with a 10.2″ LED; this 11 lb. monster also includes a WACOM digitizer.
Wazabee’s 3DeeShell is an unusual iPhone case with a lens that shows 3D images without special glasses; it also includes apps for creating, viewing and sharing 3D pics.
With a USB 2.0 connection to your DAW, I¬¨â€šÃ Ã«ONIX’s Desktop Recording Interfaces slot neatly between your monitor and keyboard with input level controls and dbx mic preamps.
Bad memories of Apple’s infamous hockey puck mouse still give us nightmares, but we’re intrigued by this Multitouch Mighty Mouse concept by the good folks over at MacBlogz.com.
If Amazon’s Kindle and Sony’s Reader give you wallet-aches, Foxit’s more affordable eSlick may do the trick; it’s priced a full $100 under the Kindle, albeit minus the wireless frills.
Dell is clearly intent on upping the style ante with these leaked pics of a leather-wrapped Studio XPS 13; we dig the generous close-up shots, which reveal a focus on fit and finish.
Brando’s MP4 Watch & Camera reads like a geek’s ultimate feature list: 1.8″ TFT screen, 8GB onboard memory, audio and video playback, built-in video camera and speaker.
Blackberry’s Curve 8320 is now available with AT&T, specifically for use with its Wi-Fi hotspots including Starbucks and Barnes & Nobles; also: QWERTY keypad, bluetooth, 2MP camera.
iLuv’s been busy lately, with yesterday’s i9500 and now the iSP200 Soundbar: this 2.1 channel system manages to squeeze in a subwoofer, two detachable speakers and a 3-port USB hub.
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