You can never have too many 18.4″ laptops: Acer’s 8930 Gemstone will max out with a T9400 CPU, 4GB RAM, a GeForce 9700M GT, Blu-ray, HDMI out, 802.11 Draft-N and 2x320GB drives.
Ergonomic mice aren’t anything new, but HandshoeMouse’s saddle shape seems to make sense: the entire hand rests on the mouse, allowing it to relax and minimize tension.
Forget dainty netbooks: Dell’s 17″ M6400 laptop is top of the line all the way, with a 1 GB Quadro FX 3700M card, quad core CPU and a whopping 16 GB of RAM. Thanks, Craig!
Boy Genius Report has snagged some BlackBerry Storm 9530 docs with specs and more; it’ll sport a 3.25″ 480×360 screen, portrait and landscape views, and a 3.2 MP camera.
A direct challenge to Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s PRS-700 is an ebook reader with a 6″ touchscreen that reads finger swipes; there’s still no wireless, but we dig the slate color scheme.
Released for Singapore’s recent Formula 1 night race, the ruby encrusted Vertu Signature S cellphone is for all you blingsters with your choice of white gold, yellow gold or stainless steel.
HP’s HDX18t mega-laptop is now available; although visually identical to its little bro (the HDX16t), a larger 18.4″ 16:9 Full HD screen and Blu-ray drive are standard.
International Dance Machine is a portable DJ that with doppler radar, ultrasonic proximity sensors and a freakin’ disco ball; while the trailer’s music is meh, the concept is “sound.”
Even more 007 gear: this Quantum of Solace-branded 13.3″ Sony Vaio TT is limited to 100 units; it’s loaded with 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD; no word on hidden lasers or missiles.
While Samson’s StudioDock 3i isn’t particularly stylish, it is versatile: it’ll accept inputs from your iPod, PC, mini-jack or RCA inputs, and acts as a dock for your iPod.
Nokia’s 5800 XpressMusic cellphone wants to be a media player, with an 8GB microSD card, 3.2″ 16:9 touchscreen, and a year’s unlimited access to Nokia’s music catalog.
Acer’s Predator gaming rig has finally arrived; unmistakable for its orange transforming case, it comes loaded with Core 2 Quad CPUs, up to three 640GB hard drives and 8 GB RAM.
HP’s dv3500t is their first 13.3″ notebook; it maxes out at 8GB of RAM and a 512MB GeForce 9300M GS card; add $100 to get an LED screen which will reduce its weight to 4.1 lbs.
Marrying two of its youngest franchises, Microsoft will be releasing a special edition Zune 120 for Gears of War 2 fans, with a laser-etched “Crimson Omen” and 244 bits of media.
The Nintendo DSi is a slimmer version of the DS; it axes the GBA slot but gets a larger 3 1/4″ screen, a 3 MP camera, built-in browser and SD slot. It’ll launch 11/1 in black and white.
Toshiba’s E105 Satellite seems more like a MacBook Pro, with a squarish design and corner perforations. It’ll get a 14.1″ TFT LCD screen, max 4GB of RAM and integrated graphics.
Designed for military and surveillance ops, Steiner’s 10×42 R Tactical Binoculars feature a Mil Reticle for ranging, 10x magnification and high contrast, multi-coated optics.
Western Digital’s stylish ShareSpace targets small offices (or folks with too many media files); the NAS server handles up to 4TB with RAID 5 and is both quiet and energy efficient.
Emre Durmus’ Blackbook M concept is what T-Mobile’s G1 phone should have looked like: it gets a slide-out keyboard and runs on Android, but man, what a quantum leap in design!
JL Audio’s latest subwoofer, the Fathom f212, sports automatic room optimization tech similar to the Beolab 5, but ups the ante: we’re drooling over the 3000W amp and dual 12″ drivers.
Although it’s targeted towards the ladies, LG’s Momo X110 netbook has a two advantages: integrated 3G and a more useable keyboard thanks to thoughtfully placed arrow keys.
Our favorite PMP with the spinning doohickey, the iRiver Spinn, is finally available for sale in 4 GB and 8 GB varieties; you’ll get a 16:19 OLED touchscreen and FM tuner come 10/3.
While not the first 8 MP-equipped cellphone we’ve seen, Samsung’s Pixon is well-rounded, with a 3.2″ touchscreen, accelerometer, GPS and WXVGA video recording. Look for it 10/2.
Despite 3000 mW of maximum input, Sony’s MDR-XB700 headphone is designed to pamper the ears: its thick urethane leather cushion is air tight and minimizes sound leakage.
Pinnacle’s Video Transfer gadget isn’t glamorous, but it is useful: it’ll easily pull video and audio off virtually any device in MPEG-4/H.264 and transfer it via USB to your PC or iPod.
Hot on the heels of their AirCurve speaker, Griffin’s Simplifi iPod Dock packs three functions in one: it triples as an iPod Dock, a media card reader, and two powered USB ports.
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