November 19, 2009

ZyXEL Portable Wireless Router


Sherpa ZyXEL's MWR Series are clever little devices that can connect to a DSL or cable line and send out 802.11g/b/n wireless signals. They have 3G/4G support for almost guaranteed connections and integrated batteries for about 2 hours of usage. The ruggedly made gadgets will come out next year in Q1 at prices beginning at $99.99.

Via Business Wire

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November 9, 2009

Beatles USB Drive Holds 14 Albums


Run, do not walk, to get your USB Drive full of Beatles. All 14 remastered albums are included in both FLAC and MP3s as well as album art, photos, mini-documentaries and liner notes. Why the rush? Because Apple Corps and EMI are only releasing 30,000 as of December 7 (the day after in North America,) so preorder if you want to get the Beat(les.)

Via The Beatles

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November 5, 2009

Ion Tape Express Converts Tape to Disc


Still have old cassette tapes strewn around the house? The Ion Tape Express will turn them into digital discs. The device is compatible with all kinds and lengths of tape. At a price of £49.95 (~$83.00,) it is also portable so that you can do the same for friends and family. The ITE is available for pre-order now.

Via Firebox

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Sharp iPod/MP3 Player i-Elegance


Sharp, in its increasing effort to make more products than other companies, has recently released the i-Elegance Docking Station. Available in Black/Red or Black/White, the DKAP7 features HDSS technology, a 2.1 channel portable speaker system and an extra input for charging non-Apple MP3 players. It also comes packed with its own an AC adapter and carry bag for travel. We have to admit we certainly like its looks.

Via Sharp Docking Station

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October 20, 2009

FLO TV Becomes Mobile


Qualcomm has decided to produce its own FLO TV Personal TV. The digital broadcasting device will set you back $249.99, with a minimum $8.99 3-year subscription. The PTV-350 has a handy 3.5" touchscreen for easy selections, built-in speakers and stand. You can receive multiple cable channels on the small handheld and it will keep your favorites, with a play time of 5 hours on a single charge. Pre-order now and get one in time for the holidays


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October 15, 2009

Panasonic Unveils Multimedia Wonder


During the CEATEC 09 last week, Panasonic unveiled their All in One Multimedia Wonders, the MW-10 and MW-7. The devices combine a photo frame, CD player, iPod dock and video player. Details are sketchy but we are thinking that you can cram all kinds of media in them and cut down on the baggage.

Via Akihabara News

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October 13, 2009

Eye-Fi App Available for iPhone


Say buh-bye to your USB. Eye-Fi cards are nifty devices that send your images and/or video from your camera to a server via your router, then your PC with automatic back-up. The technology is referred to as TransferJet and about 40 electronics companies are developing devices with it. The speed is about 560 Mbps, faster than USB 2.0 and, because of the short range, the 4.48GHz tech utilizes less power.

The cards themselves have been out for a while, but the company recently added a free app for iPhone and has begun to offer the service in the UK this month.

Via Eye-Fi Cards

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October 12, 2009

PSP Go Comes Out to Play


The PSP Go has finally arrived and has the ability to download games, movies, tunes and TV programs from the PlayStation Network. The portable game system has a 16GB built-in flash memory, Bluetooth support and a 3.8" LCD screen. There are 13 mini games available so far and there should be about 50 by the end of the year. Each game is 100MB or less and will set you back less then $4.00.

Via PlayStation Network

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October 9, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Asus O!Play


Asus' O!Play has finally arrived in the US. With support for most video, audio and still image files, the media player has a USB 2.0 port and eSATA/USB combo port for input. The company also included a RJ-45 Ethernet LAN connection and both HDMI and A/V output. A low price and sleek look might be a good reason to consider the multi-functional O!Play.

Via Asus O!Play

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October 8, 2009

Share With Netgear Stora


Traveling pants (and skirts) will appreciate Netgear's Stora with its 2-bay, 1TB capacity. The network attached device allows you and your family/friends/business associates to share music, images, music and other files in one location. Stream from your PC, iPhone or any other net-connected device and share the love on any social networking site.

Via Netgear Stora

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