Samsung’s Omnia is now available for order online through Verizon; it features a 3.2″ TFT/haptic display, Windows Mobile 6.1, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera, Bluetooth and 3G speeds.
Incase is covering all its bases (and iPhone 3Gs) this holiday season, with a gaggle of new Slider Cases and Protective Colors; they come in just about every color under the sun.
Coming sometime after the New Year, Acer will be expanding its Aspire One line in Taiwan from a single 8.9″ model to larger 10″; let’s hope they’ll come stateside with built-in 3.5G.
Just in time for Black Friday, Nintendo is dropping two DS Lite bundles for those of you yet to join the dual-screened masses: a red New Super Mario Bros. and a blue Brain Age, both for $150.
We’re really digging these WeSC Bongo headphones, available in Sweden with Nokia 5220 and 5320 cellphones. You can also get the Bongos a la carte, albeit with different colorways.
Ideal for road warriors, the X-mini Capsule Speaker is a portable 2.4W speaker that fits in the palm of your hand; it features a unique expandable resonance chamber that ups bass response.
Nokia’s 6260 Slide has finally been revealed; it’s targeted towards the mass market and the first S40 phone with GPS. Also included: a 5MP Carl Zeiss camera and 3G/HSDPA speeds.
The ClarionMiND is basically a carputer: on one hand, it’s got an Atom CPU, 4GB SSD, video-playback and built-in Firefox; it also has GPS navigation via its 4.8″ touchscreen.
If you can forgive its bulkiness, AT&T’s Quickfire has a lot to offer: this chat-friendly phone features a 2.8″ capacitive touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard, HSDPA and GPS.
DesktopReview.com is gushing over Dell’s Core i7 Studio XPS; it’s the cheapest Nehalem desktop thus far, coming in at under $1k even with 4GB RAM and an ATI Radeon HD 3450.
Available in December, Atomic Floyd’s AirJax headphones have premium written all over them; they’re made with heat-treated acoustic steel and can be adjusted to fit any ear.
Dell’s definitely been getting artsy lately, first with the Studio and now their Inspiron Mini 9 and 12 laptops sporting one of five line-art heavy covers; they’ll set you back an extra $50.
If you’ve been wondering how to get your videos from your PC, Mac or external media to your PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii, Gizmodo has an excellent, to-the-point guide explaining streaming.
Incase’s iPhone 3G Power Slider is an awesome two-fer: not only is it a protective case, but it also includes a Li-ion polymer battery that equals 120% of an iPhone’s normal capacity.
Oregon Scientific’s gadgets are pricey, but you can’t dog real functionality and good design: their sleek Atomic Clock is accurate to the millisecond and also displays the weather.
Samsung’s 256GB SSD is finally going into mass production; with capacities that rival laptop HDDs and blazing fast 200-220MB/s read/write speeds, we can’t wait to get our hands on one.
Realizing that anything + Bruce Lee = cool, this limited edition Nokia N96 is engraved with the martial artist’s mug and signature; it also includes an action figure and mini-nunchucks.
It looks like a medieval torture rack, but USB Man has much simpler intentions: the little guy is actually a powered four-port USB hub with a small footprint and generous 45″ cord.
A 12.1″ tablet notebook with a two-finger touchscreen? Sign us up: HP’s Touchsmart TX2 also features an AMD Turion X2 CPU, Radeon HD 3200 graphics, and up to 8 gigs of RAM.
Like something out of Fallout 3, Eton’s FR500 Solarlink is made for worst-case scenarios: this AM, FM, weather and shortwave radio also has a flashlight, beacon and siren.
Fans of clickety clackety keyboards will love the Das Keyboard II; there’s plenty of tactile feedback with its mechanical keys, which can also detect up to 12 simultaneous keypresses.
CoolerMaster is banking on the collectibles market with their limited “Black” edition Cosmos cases, due out on 12/11 with a black paint job, tinted side panel and improved cooling.
CNET has finally found a rig that can hit 60 FPS with Crysis maxed out: Falcon Northwest’s Mach V is loaded with a 3.79GHz Core i7, 12 GB of RAM and 2 x 1GB Radeon 4870s.
If Samsung’s Eternity has left you hurtin’ for smartphone features, LG’s Incite is joining AT&T’s lineup and runs Windows Mobile 6.1; it also sports a 3″ touchscreen, 3g speeds and WiFi.
Wire haters should check out Sony’s DR-BT160 behind the ear headphones; made for athletes, A2DP stereo bluetooth lets you listen to music while a mic lets you take phone calls.
Motorola’s VE66 is their latest slider phone for shutter bugs; it packs a 5 MP camera with LED flash, auto-focus, and stabilization; other features include WiFi and a 2.4″ TFT screen.
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