Dell’s updated Studio 15 laptop is available and all about the options: choose from a 720p, 900p or 1080p 15.6″ LED display, up to a 512MB Radeon HD4570 and optional BDRW drive.
If you thought yesterday’s 3D camcorder was cool, Silicon Imaging’s 3D Rig is portable enough to be strapped to a cameraman’s head, shown above in use for Human Flight 3D.
Sharp’s Mebius PC-NJ70A 10.1″ metbook is the first to walk the talk with a 4″ LCD touchscreen trackpad; it features 854×480 happy pixels that’ll accept both fingers and styluses.
At present a concept, Panasonic’s 3D Full HD Camcorder records 3D 1080p with a twin lens system and writes it to P2 cards; it essentially combines two cameras into one.
While the idea is not new, Seon-Keun Park’s Braille E-Book concept is beautifully executed; it would use electro-active polymers to dynamically raise and lower dots on the reader.
For our ugly mugs, hopefully beauty isn’t in the eye of the beholder: the SmartFaucet uses facial recognition to adjust temperature and flow; it also sports a touchscreen and LEDs.
Able to record 1080p at 24fps, Panasonic’s AG-HMC40 is a tempting proposition for budget-minded prosumers; it can also shoot 10.6 MP stills and features 12x optical zoom.
The successor to the original Viewty, LG’s Viewty Smart is the world’s slimmest 8MP camera at 12.4mm thin; it also features a 3″ WVGA screen, 3G speeds, A-GPS and Wi-Fi.
The most disturbing use of augmented reality we’ve seen, a Belgian SQLUG member takes a t-shirt and spews file types and glowing orbs from his chest; better than aliens, we guess.
Mac Funamizu’s iAcqua is definitely one of his more whimsical concepts: it will project photos, songs or movies “like water from a fountain” by tilting a docked iPhone from side to side.
With an HP Scanjet 3C on vocals, Atari 800XL on piano and TI-99/4a as lead guitar, James has the ultimage geek orchestra; he puts it to good use with Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.
Although its 700 MHz Pentium III and 512 megs of RAM are a bit out of date, Megalex’s Yellow Bulldozer case mod instantly scores points for looking like WALL-E’s long lost brother.
Talk about “iconic” design: beyond looking like a familiar desktop element, Tryi Yeh’s Apple Mac Folder features a multi-touch screen and ultra-thin design; still, what’s with that keyboard?
While their performance may be suspect with only 10W of power, Kenwood’s Odelic Speakers are lookers with optical glass housings; choose from blue or white LED lighting.
3DConnexion’s SpacePilot Pro 3D Mouse is more rodent than most of us will ever need, but we still want it: CAD-friendly buttons and knobs, function keys and an LCD screen, oh my!
It’s tough to find any real differences between Dell’s Vostro A90 and Mini 9, because there aren’t any: the real changes are the lack of bloatware and North American tech support.
Mesmerizing to watch, interactive artist Tobias Revell’s Patachronic Clock consists of 60 clocks in a circle; each clock ticks roughly one second faster and slower than its neighbors.
The folks over at TechRestore have taken a stop motion sledgehammer to a Nintendo DSi, compiling over 1,000 images of Nintendo’s latest pride and joy in various states of undress.
T-Mobile’s Sidekick LX launches 5/13: much needed improvements include 3G, a 3.2MP camera, a 3.2″ WVGA screen and a Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace support. No Wi-Fi, though.
A shot across the MacBook’s bow, Acer’s Aspire 3935 apes the unibody with a brown brushed metal chassis, 13.3″ LED backlit display, chiclet keyboard and multi-touch trackpad.
It’s total viral bait, but we’ll bite: Samsung’s i8910 Omnia HD is up to some interesting tricks in the video above, where the phone disappears yet still records; add your own theories here.
Now this is what we call circuit bending: the Speak n’ Spellbinder is a Rock Band guitar and Speak and Spell mashup that includes tone triggers, variable pitch and whammy bar.
Microsoft’s Sidewinder X3 is gaming on a budget; it packs eight buttons, ambidextrous layout, and on-the-fly sensitivity switching with a laser sensor that ranges from 400 to 2,000 DPI.
Brando’s latest cheaptastic gadget is the USB Cubic Card reader, patterned after a Rubik’s Cube; it allows up to 270 degrees of rotation and includes SD, microSD, MMC and XD support.
Iriver’s LZR Racer Aquabeat is an MP3 player that is designed for underwater use; it’s good at up to 3 meters and features 2GB of storage with up to eight hours of continuous playback.
Sanyo’s short focus laser projector is a gamechanger: it only requires 24″ of space between itself and the wall, yet manages to project a 100″ 1080p images with 7,000 lumens.v
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