January 26, 2010

Funai Multi-Functional Universal I-Remote


Funai's I-Remote runs on Android 1.5 and has a 7" touch sensitive screen. The universal remote features a WiFi module for Internet access and can be used as a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) to play video clips from PC to TV. It can also be used as a digital photo frame to display both images and videos from an SD card. Look for it sometime this year with a price around $300.00.

Via Hot Hardware

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January 21, 2010

Canon Wireless File Transmitters


If you own a Canon EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 5D Mark II or EOS 7D camera, you can now wirelessly beam your photographs to your computer with one of their three Wireless File Transmitters. Its FTP mode allows event photographers to send images back to the PC for instant print or projection onto the event screen. Priced at around $700.00, the device can also turn on up to 10 cameras simultaneously with its linking function.

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January 15, 2010

Popbox One Ups Popcorn Hour


If you dig Popcorn Hour then you will go nutso over the Popbox. It displays photos, videos, plays music and has access to YouTube, Netflix and even Twitter. Video processing supports 100Mbps bitrate (1080p video) and Popapps allow support for Java, Flash and Qt. Debuting at the CES 2010, it is also an open platform for third party apps and services and will make an appearance soon.

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January 14, 2010

D-Link Pebble Debuts


D-Link unveiled the Pebble at the CES 2010, a new media player that can stream music, photos or video from an external hard drive, memory card, NAS device, USB thumb drive, PC or the Interweb. With an optional dongle available for wireless connectivity, the device has simplified navigation with its GUI. The Pebble should be out the first half of the year with a MSRP of $119.99.

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January 7, 2010

CES 2010: MoSoNex Lets You Play Journalist


The Best of Innovation winner in the social category at this week's CES 2010 is MoSoNex. Take a picture or video on your 3G smartphone, press "use" and it will be sent to anyone on your group list. So far so boring, but the picture/video appears on their TV via a set top box. The software is free and you are charged a monthly subscription fee, based on the service level. We so want this.

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December 18, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Epson Prints, Then Shows Your Work Off


Epson's Picturemate Show is a wireless compact photo printer with a digital frame built in. With a 7" WVGA tilt screen, you can make up to 4 x 6" prints in about 37 seconds. The 270 MB internal memory means that you can store hundreds of photos. Program up to 12 slideshows with clock and calendar options. The Show is compatible with all digital cameras and has auto photo correction, crop and red eye removal. Get one for $299.99.

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December 17, 2009

Snowflake Ornament Makes Memories


When decorating your tree or house this holiday, consider the Snowflake Digital Photo Ornament. It may only have a 1.5"display but there is 8GB of built-in memory to store your fave moments of the season. So instead of irritating your relatives with home movies, you can quietly bother them with photos when they least expect it.

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November 25, 2009

PFU Unveils New ScanSnaps


PFU, part of Fujitsu, is releasing a new ScanSnap. The 294x99x77mm S1300 portable scanner features a 1200dpi color resolution and can be powered and used via USB. Compatible with both PC and Mac, it is being offered by the end of the month in Japan for ¥27800 (~$311.00.)

Via Akihabara News

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SanDisk Sansa Clip Plus MP3 Player


We love advanced technology. Most known for their SD cards, SanDisk also ventures out into the music world with their Sansa Clip Plus MP3 Player. Storage of the 2.2 x 1.4 x .06" is immense considering its size. It will hold up to 1000 songs, 2400 photos or 12 hours of video on its 4 GB memory, expandable with memory cards, of course. lt also features a digital FM tuner with 40 presets, a rechargeable battery that will last up to 15 hours, a built-in clip and a price that won't break the bank.

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November 24, 2009

Imation Pro WX Shares Wirelessly


The Imation Pro WX connects to your PC via USB. The 1.5TV hard drive links via WiFi so that your can back up or share wirelessly at a distance of up to 30 ft. At a transfer rate of up to 15MBs/second, the device can back up a CD in less than 50 seconds and store 300,000 photos or 750 hours of video. Save your pennies for this one as it will set you back $449.99.

Via Imation

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