October 6, 2010

Fisher Price iXL - 6-in1 Networking for Toddlers

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Every year, Fisher Price comes up with their holiday line, and they are finally coming up to the present trend of KFC, the Shack, PS3, the Hut, the Y (although the VP probably hate that as much as we do.) They have come up with the (drum roll) FP iXL with an obligatory lower case 'i'. Of course, they have assumed that you already have a PC, Mac with CD-ROM and USB, which we know you have. The iXL has a cam, displays images, plays music and games, and will help your kidlet in the areas of reading, writing and counting.

Via Fisher Price

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September 21, 2010

Sell Your Home With Virtual Staging

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Now you can use virtual networking to sell your empty home or see how one you would like to buy would look fully furnished. Virtual Staging Properties, a program developed by husband and wife professional stagers Krisztina and Jay Bell has a database with more than 1,000 pieces of furniture. The company, based in Atlanta, will provide you with three photos for $225, more for slightly higher prices. Little enough, when you see the results, eh?

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Via Virtual Staging Properties

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September 16, 2010

Pre-Order Boxee for Nov. Release

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What is it about the month of September that triggers an early holiday button in electronics companies? The Boxee Box can deliver all major formats and codecs along with free and premium TV, movies, videos, images and music from the Net and is now available for pre-order. A delay occurred so that the company could switch from a NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset to an Intel Atom CE4100 platform. The D-Link device has 802.11N connectivity and will begin shipping next month with its QWERTY remote.

Via The Boxee Box

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September 3, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Kodak PlaySport Camcorder

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Kodak's latest PlaySport Camcorder promises that it is waterproof up to 10 ft. It delivers full 1080p HD video with electronic image stabilization, 5mp HD stills and has a 2.0" color display with LCD Glare Shield. Included editing software lets you add voice-over, make mash-ups and put your results online via USB arm. The PlaySport comes packed with a wrist strap, Li-Ion rechargeable battery, and HDMI and AV cables.

Via Kodak

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September 2, 2010

Imation LINK for TV or Projection

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You can finally display Internet TV, movies, online games, photos or web conference on the nearest wall or screen with the Imation LINK. The 1.6 Ghz wireless audio/video extender can hook up your PC or Mac via USB with a TV or projector to provide 720p video or images with 1080p resolution up to 30 feet away. The 51122 is available for preorder now.

Via LINK

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August 23, 2010

Vimeo Comes to Roku

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Vimeo has finally arrived on Roku. Following the likes of Pandora, Netflix and Amazon VOD, you can now sort videos according to their picks, your uploads and selections saved for later viewing. Of course, nothing is perfect as the service lacks sharing, albums, and channels, but it's a start. Vimeo itself recently added HTML5 for iPhone and iPad support.

Via USA Today

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August 20, 2010

LG Projector, Hong Kong Sex in 3D

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3D continues to make news and original products. LG has two new projectors, the BX327 at a price of around $837.00 and the BX327 for ~$1090.00. Both include shutter-type glasses and include a 2,300:1 contrast ratio, stereo speakers and USB jack. Perhaps at that next business conference, it can be pepped up with the supposedly first IMAX-3-D erotic film "3-D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" made in Hong Kong.

Via LG 3D Projectors (translated)

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July 15, 2010

Pandigital Scanner Writes to SD card

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Pandigital's Personal one-button Photo Scanner/Converter allows you to feed it documents and write them directly to SD memory cards without the use of a computer (unless you want to.) The 5 x 7" device can handle sizes up to 8.5 x 11" and will save as 600dpi JPEG image files. Pandigital promises simplified transfer to PC or photo frame after scanning.

Via Pandigital

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July 2, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Aiptek 3D Photo Frame

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A while back, Aiptek introduced their i2 3D Camcorder and now they have released a digital Photo Frame to go with it. The 7" parallax LCD display can show images and videos taken by the i2 or other 3D cam without the viewer needing glasses. You can get both for ~$400 when the frame is released in August, certainly a less expensive deal than opting for a 3D TV.

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June 11, 2010

Apacer AL670 Media Player

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Taiwan's Apacer has released a new HD media player with 2 USB ports for connecting to an external hard drive. The AL670 supports most file formats, plays back at 1080p HD and connects via HDMI, Component Video, or AV cable. But the best part is the description on the company's website. You can't go wrong with "joyful sharing" with included slideshow and sound effect capabilities.

Via Apacer

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