December 23, 2010

EA Mobile Game Super Sale

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EA has put over 70 games for iPhone, touch and iPad at the low price of 99ยข each. Get them for yourself or use them as gifts for others. Check the App store for an entire list of available titles. Although there is no ending date mentioned, we expect that it will run till the end of this week at the very least.

Via EA Mobile

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December 1, 2010

Multi-Functional iPod Music Station

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Music systems continue to get smaller yet perform more functions. The portable 14 x 6 x 8.5" Hi-Fi Music Station is a combination iPod/MP3 docking speaker station, top-loading CD player and AM/FM radio with digital tuner. It also has an LCD backlit display, an SD/MMC card reader and a USB port for music playback from a memory card and flash disk. Its AUX-IN Jack also lets you connect with your PC.

Via Hi-Fi Music Station

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November 30, 2010

Hanwha Portable Monitor

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Hanwha Japan has released a multi-use portable monitor that can handle input from HDMI, YPbPr (BNC,) and video (BNC) inputs. With a 7" 800x480 WVGA resistive touchscreen, the HM-TLB7 has a 450 cd/m2 brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio and 30ms response speed. Among it uses, you can mount it on a tripod and use it as an alternate screen for your camcorder. The monitor comes with a removable sunshade and carries a price of $479.76.

Via Geek Stuff 4U

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October 27, 2010

Sony Lowers Cost of PSP Go

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Looking for an early holiday purchase at a newly reduced price? Sony has dropped the cost of its PSP Go from $249 to $199. This move is perhaps because of slow sales and the success of Nintendo's DSi. NPR reports that while the Nintendo sold about 342,000 of their handheld games, Sony only sold about 79,400 Gos. The price change now makes the Sony handheld only $30 more than the DSi XL.

Via Reuters

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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 29, 2010

EFO 4-In-1 Wireless Combo

In a size smaller than most peripherals, the wireless EFO 4-in-1 combination keyboard, mouse, touchpad and laser pointer works like an HPTC remote. With full QWERTY keyboard, function and multi-media keys, the 60 X 100 X 10mm iPazz Port is compatible with every OS, has a 33 ft. range, is simple to set up and has handy indication lights for signal, data transmission and power. Pre-order for a $10.00 discount and price of $40.00.

(Thanks, Alex)

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September 9, 2010

Baby Monitor Has Both Video and Audio

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Baby monitors have certainly improved technologically. The two-channel
Summer Baby Security Monitor
can transmit up to 350 ft. with a 2.4 Ghz signal and delivers color in the day (b&w IR at night) with a 1.8" TFT monitor. When the visuals are turned off, the sound still comes through. Included are rechargeable batteries for up to 10 hrs. of usage, A/C adapter, belt clip and kickstand.

Via Wireless Baby Monitors

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September 8, 2010

Japan Virtual Dating on LovePlus+

Far be it from us to pass judgment on the latest dating habits of about 1,500 Japanese men who have begun playing Konami's LovePlus+. Launched in July, users choose a girl, woo her and try to earn enough points to take her on an actual vacation to Atami, a former romantic getaway that has experienced some hard times.

Atami, for its part, is stocking real treats for the trysts and there is an app to take a picture with the virtual girlfriend. Two of everything is placed in hotel rooms that can cost as much as $500.00 per night. This trailer may be in Japanese but we figure you will get the idea.

Via WSJ

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August 30, 2010

Chilean Miners Get PSPs

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The 33 Chilean miners that are trapped have mostly amused themselves with dominoes and card games, but somebody was enterprising enough to come up with sending them Sony PSPs to help while away their time, because everyone knows if the confinement doesn't make you crazy, Tetris will. Although the portable game systems will only run about 6 hours before the batteries run down, it's the thought that counts. The miners have rigged a truck engine to provide lighting to recharge their helmet lamps so maybe they can come up with something.

Via Kotaku

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August 25, 2010

Dell Debuts Streak Tablet/Smartphone

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It's a smartphone, it's a tablet, it's the Android powered Dell Streak with a 5" multitouch display, a 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor and wireless networking. Other features include GPS with Google Maps, a 5 mp camera/camcorder with LED flash, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, HDMI output and micro SD expansion to 32 GB. Sign up now to be the first on your block to get one.

Via Dell Streak

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