It may not be the freshest looking, but Canada’s Rogers is the first North American carrier with HP’s iPAQ 910c; the smartphone features WinMo 6.1, 3G speeds and a 2.4″ touchscreen.
Coding the software will be a doozie, but 4 Leaf could be the ultimate platform for DJ battles; touchscreens handle up to four iPods while music is streamed to a PA system via Bluetooth.
Amazon’s Kindle 2 is official: 0.36″ thick, 10.2 oz, 25% longer battery life, 20% faster page turning, text-to-speech, 7x storage, and a five-way controller for easier skimming; ships 2/24.
The Logitech Harmony 1100 uber-universal remote is now up at Newegg; you’ll get a customizable 3.5″ touchscreen, infrared+RF, black aluminum body and support for up to 225k devices.
At only $249, Dell’s Mini 9n is pretty cheap, even for a mini-notebook; you’ll be running Ubuntu with only 512MB RAM and no webcam, but it’s available with no strings attached.
Leaked by LG, details for their Arena KM900 cellphone are sparse; it’s obviously a touchphone a-la-iPhone with an “S-Class 3D interface” and will be announced officially on 2/16.
This R2D2 Projector is on the Light Side of The Force, with 1500 lumens, up to 260″ pics at 1024×768; a 20W speaker, CD/DVD player and Millenium Falcon remote. Thanks, Joe!
We’ve heard about MIT’s Sixth Sense device, but didn’t “get it” until Wired posted this video; it’s a camera and projector that uses the internet to act as a real-world, real-time assistant.
Geek love doesn’t get much more electric than this USB Plasma Heart, which for $17 won’t be nearly enough to replace a dinner, but should be sufficient to get glowing comments.
Designed for people with small rooms (but big wallets), Von Schweikert Audio’s Unifield 3 features a SEAS Excel magnesium woofer in a tall, line-loaded enclosure with four chambers.
We woulda killed to have one of these Edge Robotic Arms as a kid; when assembled this solder-less DIY kit results in a five-axis arm with an LED-lit gripper that can lift up to 100g.
Billy May and Mozilla Labs want to develop a concept Mozilla Phone, and they need your help; the OLED Blackberry is just one of his concepts, but you can submit your own here.
Samsung’s Memoir is now official, courtesy of T-Mobile; rumored to be available this month, it features a full touch screen with TouchWiz UI, 8 MP camera with Xenon flash and 3G speeds.
They sound like an odd couple, but Garmin and Asus are partnering on the nuvifone G60, a navi-focused cellphone which will feature 3.5G speeds, a Webkit-browser and a touchscreen.
Not just piling on megapixels, Fujitsu’s F200EXR features a smart 12 MP CCD sensor that can switch to low-light and high dynamic range (HDR) modes; it maxes out ISO 12800 at 3 MP.
Touchscreens are the new “it” tech for cameras, and Nikon’s 10.0 MP Coolpix S230 doesn’t disappoint; it features a 3″ LCD touch panel, face-priority AF and 4-way image stabilization.
Unibody MacBook and MBP owners, rejoice: Incase has dropped new hardshell cases in four colorways; they each sport raised rubber feet, thermal vents and a rubberized coating.
We don’t associate Toshiba with mobile tech, but their ultra-thin, 9.9 mm thick TG01 cellphone is impressive: it features a 4.1″ touchscreen, HSDPA, GPA, 1GHz CPU and WinMo 6.1.
The Helio Ocean’s successor, the Ocean 2 is a dual slider that features a more spacious keyboard, touch pad sensor and wider display; the cost: it’s rather bulky and heavy at 5.9 oz.
Motorola’s Stature i9 finally arrives this month at Sprint and Boost; the 15mm thin push-to-talk phone, built-in GPS, a 3.1 MP camera and bluetooth; the external flip screen is touch sensitive.
Armed with a Logitech Webcam and solenoid fingers, this Unbeatable Pong Robot is actually pretty creepy; let’s hope its skill set doesn’t expand to, say, enslaving humanity.
Made from cardboard, Recompute houses a working computer and is an exercise in sustainability; it ventilates thanks to corrugation and is both easy to disassemble and recycle.
Nikon throws its hat into the superzoom ring with the Coolpix P90; it boasts a 24x wide-angle zoom, tiltable 3″ LCD screen, 15 fps high speed shots and up to ISO 6400 with its 12.1 MP sensor.
Filled with 240 pages of creative, quirky gadgets, Steve Greenberg’s Gadget Nation covers gems like Personalized Marshmallow Sticks and My Pet Fat, a simulated piece of human fat.
If you liked David Bergman’s massive shot of the Inauguration, GigaPan is now offering the Epic, a robotic mount that lets you shoot gigapixel images with any point and shoot camera.
While Patrick Dotimas’ gaming tablet/desktop Asus Stealth doesn’t exactly seem stealthy, his concept presents an interesting form factor: a keyboard that is stowed away when not in use.
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