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Archive for September, 2009

Honda’s U3-X Personal Mobility Device


The Honda’s U3-X personal mobility device will be displayed at the 41st Tokyo Motor Show 2009 on October 24, 2009 in Japan. The U3-X allows users to adjust speed and move, turn and stop in all directions when they lean the upper body to shift body weight, thanks to the Honda’s balance control technology. Highlights: Free movement just as in human walking, Compact size which fit between the user’s legs.


Nikon Coolpix S1000pj Energetic Video

Recently, Nikon introduced the world’s first projector camera – Coolpix S1000pj. Now, Nikon released an energetic video which is directed by Matt Uhry, who previously directed music videos for The Foo Fighters, The Strokes and Tears for Fears and illustrates an exciting house party with social interactions and a contagious vibe that create the perfect setting for instantly sharing your photos with your camera.

Wacom’s Bamboo 2nd Generation


Merging multi-touch functionality with pen tablet technology in a single device, the Bamboo 2nd generation was announced by Wacom a few days ago. Available in four different products including Bamboo (S$179), Bamboo Fun (S$329), Bamboo Pen (S$129) and Bamboo Touch (S$129), the devices are easy to be operated as easy as a touch (finger-based input), or a stroke of our digital pen. It offers a simple and spontaneous way of using your computer.


Dell’s Alienware Aurora and Aurora ALX Desktop PC for Gamers


Here are what Dell said about the Alienware Aurora and Aurora ALX Desktop PC: “The Aurora is most upgradeable and the Aurora ALX is the most powerful MicroATX desktops Alienware has ever created. Featuring the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processors, including an optional Extreme Edition overclocked* to 3.6GHz, the Aurora line of desktops are designed to deliver the power needed for hardcore gaming, pro-level HD audio and video editing, 3D animation and more. To crank up your gaming performance, Aurora and Aurora ALX have options for dual 1GB ATI Radeon HD 5870 graphics cards, up to 24GB DDR3 1333MHz memory[asterisk] or 12GB DDR3 1600MHz memory, respectively, and up to 2TB of hard drive storage – all in a compact, MicroATX chassis for taking up less desk space. Prices start at $1,299 and additional technical specs are here.”


The World Most Expensive Blackberry

Alexander Amosu is name you probably heard of; he recently created the world most expensive suit costing £70,000 which is in the Guinness book of records.

Well! It’s no surprise that he just finished creating the world most expensive diamond encrusted blackberry, it took 350 hours of painstaking craftsmanship in solid 18 carat yellow gold, encrusted with 4,459 brilliant cut diamonds (weighing 28.43 carats).


Solar-Powered Bluetooth Headset


I used to play solar-powered calculator when I was in Junior high school. The calculator had small solar panel on top of it, I thought it was the greenest device I’ve ever had. Today as green movement getting momentum, there are so many manufacturers producing solar-powered gadget. Take a look at this solar-powered bluetooth headset. Available form Brando, the headset equipped with built-in solar charging panel and bundled with USB charging cable as well.


Dell Alienware M15x Laptop for Gamers


Here are what Dell said about the Alienware M15x Laptop: “The most powerful 15-inch gaming laptop in the universe. Sporting Alienware’s acclaimed new mobile ID which debuted with the M17x laptop, the M15x offers Alienware performance in a compact package guaranteed to appeal to mobile enthusiasts and hardcore gamers on the go. The first Alienware laptop to feature a mobile Core i7 processor, the M15x also offers a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M GPU2 and up to 8GB DDR3 1333MHz memory3 to take on, and dominate, even the most intense game titles. Prices start at $1,499 and additional technical specifications are here

Sony Ericsson MH907 Motion Activated Earphones


The Sony Ericsson MH907 is said as the world’s first motion activated headphones. What does it mean? This earphones know exactly whether you’re listening music or answering a phone call, it can automatically pause the music and start answering a call when a single earpiece is removed, then resume the playback when the earpiece is reinserted, thank to the SensMe technology.