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Archive for August, 2011

Camera Binoculars – Bushnell ImageView

Camera Binoculars - Bushnell ImageView


Have you ever tried to take a picture with your camera through a binocular lens? Probably not; It’s a tough feat, and there is a much better way. It would seem that every new electronic gizmo has a camera attached to it nowadays (phones, laptops, etc), and binoculars are no exception. Camera binoculars offer the explorer an entirely new way to document their exciting travels. Bushnell sells an affordable ImageView camera binocular series. Realize that with camera binoculars, just as with point and shoot digital cameras, there is a wide range of quality levels. So with a budget binocular camera, ranging from $60-$80, you can expect a fun gadget, but don’t expect HD quality.

The Galaxy Note – What is it?

Korean-based electronics firm, Samsung, will unveil three ‘new’ products at this year’s IFA Tech Fair, in Berlin, Germany.

The event, which takes place in just under a week’s time, will see upgraded versions of two existing products, the Galaxy Tab and the Wave smartphone, put on display, while a brand new (and currently, secret) product, the Galaxy Note, will see the light of day for the first time. “What could it be?”, pondered TechRadar.

Samsung has not made its plans for the IFA Tech Fair explicit; its line-up for the upcoming event was discovered by tech website, The Next Web, after its team went “snooping around” inside the workings of Samsung’s Mobile Unpacked app, which was designed as a teaser for the IFA Fair.

The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is expected to be released with a 7.7in display, as indicated by its name, and run the Android Honeycomb OS. The new model appears to have a significantly smaller screen than the existing Tab 10.1 and 8.9 models, which were also christened according to the size of their display.

ThinkVision LT1421 Wide 14-inch Mobile Monitor

ThinkVision LT1421 Wide

ThinkVision LT1421 Wide is the Lenovo’s first mobile monitor that gives mobile professionals a second screen for on-the-go use to make presentations. Weighing at under two pounds and less than one centimeter at its thinnest, the 14-inch ThinkVision LT1421 Wide mobile monitor is ideal for traveling professionals and it also works great for ad hoc meetings in places like hotel lobbies. Priced at $219.99, users simply plug the monitor into a laptop via USB and prop it up with its photo frame stand.


The Motorola Defy

Motorola DEFY

Increasingly, modern gadgets are forcing the consumer to compromise on durability, for the luxury of an intelligent device. The iPads, iPods, and iPhones of this world are some of the most feature-packed hand-held machines on the planet, but their flimsy design, coupled with a glass viewing screen, means that they are prone to scratches and dents.

Let’s not consider the survival prospects of an iPhone or iPad that is dropped into the gutter, on a rainy afternoon in January.

In a bid to alleviate the concerns of the trendy construction worker, Motorola has created a phone that offers the functionality of an Android device, such as the HTC Desire, but with none of the paper bag durability: the Defy. Designed to resist knocks that would trouble a grizzly bear, the Defy is perhaps, the most resilient smartphone on the market, with a dust- and water-resistant design.

The Avenger Controller from N-Control — Add-on for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Game Controllers,

  The Avenger Controller from N-Control

As an add-on for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game controllers, the Avenger Controller allows users to operate most of the buttons on the controllers without taking their hands from the analog sticks. This allows the gamer to employ rapid, fluid movements between individual buttons and analog sticks; it also provides access to up to nine functions simultaneously. The Avenger Controller gives players a winning edge against all comers and has been designed to complement the next generation of “first person shooter” video games such as Modern Warfare 3, Gears of War 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Battlefield 3.


Mini-T, a Class T Amplifier by Orb Audio

Orb Audio announced the launch of the Mini-T, a Class T amplifier for use with computers, televisions, iPods and most mobile devices. The Mini-T is based on legendary T-Class amplifier technology, known for its audiophile sound quality and low harmonic distortion (just .04%). Like Orb’s speakers, the Mini-T produces a rich, brilliant soundstage with detailed imaging. Together, the speakers and amp create an immersive listening experience that will not disappoint. The Mini-T is also small, measuring six inches wide, one and a quarter inches high, and five inches deep.

Seniorama for Non-Tech-Savvy Seniors

Seniorama has similar features like Telikin‘s, but it can be installed on every Windows OS computer so the user don’t need to buy a new device. Seniorama helps the senior community use computers. It enables seniors to utilize basic computer applications such as email, internet, video calls, brain-fitness games and more, “tailored” for the elderly with large, clear, friendly user interface with enhanced accessibility in mind.


Touch Screen Stylus for iPhone and Others / by Primary Case

Touch Screen Stylus for iPhone and Others / by Primary Case

Primary Case Stylus offers an intuitive and natural way to keep your screen clean and smudge-free while clicking, page-turning, note-taking, and sketching, on touchscreen smartphones and tablets. Available now for $9.99 USD, the Primary Case Stylus brings a more accurate and precise way to take notes in meetings and classroom settings, to sketch out rough ideas while on the go, or just be able to click on that checkbox!