Nokia’s 5330 XpressMusic is a sliderphone with an “edgy, top-sliced design” that’s not half bad looking; it also includes side touch keys, a 3.5mm jack and 26 hours of playback.
Billed as the highest capacity pocket drive on the market, Apricorn’s Aegis Mini is a 1.8″ hard drive that weighs just 3.7 oz, yet can hold up to 240GB; choose from USB and FireWire.
Based on existing capacitive panels, Mitsubishi’s 3D Touch is targeted towards the mobile market; it’s a 5.7″ screen which senses a finger’s distance and speed without physical contact.
Philip’s Xenium X530 may be light on features, but it’s swank: the entry level flip phone features a 1″ external OLED, 2.2″ internal display, GSM/EDGE, 2MP camera and music player.
Klipsch isn’t known for kow-towing to the budget crowd, but their new in-ear S2 and S4 earphones do exactly that: less complex moving coil drivers and a larger enclosure keep costs down.
Coming to the US later this spring, the Dell Studio One 19 is an all-in-one with an 18.5″ multi-touch display; it’ll top out with a Blu-ray drive, GeForce 9400, 4GB RAM and Core 2 Quad CPU.
Apple’s new stainless steel iPod Shuffle is half the size of the previous generation and moves navigation buttons to the earbud lanyard; it can also speak the name of the song and artist.
The flame design may not be for everyone, but we like the Sharkoon Rush FireGlider’s gaming features; on-the-fly refresh rate toggling, Teflon feet, a 1.8m cable and weight tuning.
I spy a Covenant plasma pistol: this amazingly detailed Xbox 360 mod by Max is a Halo-themed diorama that should make any Spartan weep; it took roughly two months to create.
Eks’ Otus DJ Controller emphasizes usability, with features such as a 7.5″ high res jog wheel, user assignable controls, two swappable virtual decks, four jog wheels and a touchpad.
We’re happy with one solid-state drive, but the geeks over at Samsung put a whopping 24 SSDs in RAID with blazing fast results; 53 programs in 18s and DVD rip xfer in 0.8s FTW! Thanks, Alex!
They’re not just shaped like keys–LaCie’s USB Keys and microSD card reader can be hung from your keychain; sturdy metal and Gold SIP tech lets them survive scrapes and water.
Ideal for musicians, KRE-8 concept features a mix mode, a record mode and a play mode; the latter takes place by shearing the unit in two and simulating a violin, drums or guitar.
Asus G71Gx brings its 17″ gaming notebook up to par with a 1GB GeForce GTX 260M that boosts performance 50%; also: up to 12GB RAM, dual 500GB drives, and Blu-ray.
No word on when they’ll be coming stateside, but Samsung’s S5600 and S5230 are decent looking touchphones with 3MP cameras and “gesture lock” — think speed dial for touchscreens.
Dell’s 14.1″ Latitude E6400 XFR is a rugged laptop with an abundance of features, including a touchscreen, SSD and PR-481 “Ballistic Armor” which is double the strength of magnesium alloy.
LUXA2’s M2 Laptop Cooler is not only portable (its slot join hinge lets it fold down to half its normal size), but is pretty swank with a brushed metal finish and Swarovski crystals.
The Stream concept separates computer hardware such as graphics and memory into modular components connected via a WPAN; this allows users to buy/carry only the pieces they need.
Taking miniaturization to the extreme, Sonicscape jun’s tiny papercraft models of various gadgets are a sight to behold; he’s even made an iPhone down to the Apple packaging.
Somewhat functional but mostly flashy, the Level 10 is the result of a collab between Thermaltake and BMW DesignworksUSA; hardware is distributed amongst the various compartments.
Because nothing says modern like a black monolith: Sony’s CMT-Z100iR micro audio system includes an iPod dock, CD player, and USB port; music is outputted via two 20W speakers.
GE’s G3WP isn’t the first underwater camera we’ve come across, but we like it’s 12.2 MP sensor, 4x optical zoom and 2.7″ LCD with ambient light sensor; it’s waterproof up to 10 feet.
It’s not as thin as their new Eee PC, but Asus’ new U/UX laptops have notable features: a 15.6″ LED-backlit display plus a backlit chiclet keyboard and trackpad definitely raise eyebrows.
An update to Samsung’s Q1 Ultra, the Q1EX UMPC drops the keyboard entirely for a 7″ LCD touchscreen; it’ll run XP with a 1.2GHz VIA Nano CPU, 2GB RAM and a 60GB HDD.
Made from a customized Luxor Pyramid case, Polo360x’s Great Pyramid mod is lit up like a Vegas nightclub; at its heart is an overclocked and water-cooled Q6600 CPU @ 3.15 GHz.
Perched at the top of JVC’s new Everio camcorder line, the Everio X is a 0.66lb dual-use camera which shoots 9MP still photos, 5.3MP shots at 60fps and can record 1080p video.
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