June 8, 2010

Nokia Bike Kit Recharges on the Go


Nokia is doing its bit to help the planet and those who have limited access to electricity with its Bicycle Kit. It attaches to the handlebars and recharges when the wheels turn. It is compatible with almost any Nokia phone with a 2mm pin-jack.


The company has also released a C series of handsets that are inexpensive enough to let almost anyone afford one. Some even have batteries that last up to 6 weeks. Prices start at $35.00.

Via Nokia

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June 1, 2010

Sony Nextep Computer 2020?


This is Hiromi Kiriki's idea of a future generation of a Sony computer. Meant to be worn on the wrist, the Nextep unfolds out and features a slide-out keyboard separated in the middle, a flexible OLED touchscreen. and a kewl holographic projector. The company just might give it a go by 2020.

Via Yanko

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May 27, 2010

Eken M003 Competition for iPad?

Another iPad competitor has cropped up. This time it is the Eken M003, with an 8" full color LCD with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels that runs on Android. The device is wireless and has an SD card slot that is compatible with cards of up to 32GB. Priced at $237.99, it is available in white, black or pink and includes a webcam and mic for videoconferencing.

Via China Grabber

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May 12, 2010

Sony Dash - Movies, Music, 1,000 Apps


The Sony Dash utilizes WiFi and more than 1,000 free applications to provide movies, music, games, traffic, weather and more without the use of a PC. The personal Internet viewer gives access to Internet radio and MP3s with built-in speakers or headphone jack. Check out videos and photos via USB or use it as a social networking tool. The Dash comes equipped with a clock so you can wake up to apps, alarm sounds or music.

Via Sony Style

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May 6, 2010

Loop Price Lowered for Dads, Grads


This is your chance to get a Loop pointer at half price. Hillcrest Labs is offering the deal on the in-air wireless mouse in honor of Father's Day and graduation ceremonies. While we think this is a good idea, we would have liked it even more if it had also been in honor of Mom's Day, too.

(Thanks, Jeremy)

Via Hillcrest Labs Loop

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May 5, 2010

Otterbox 'Strength' Case for BCC


Otterbox gives you a chance to give back with a Commuter Series Limited Edition Pink and White case. Ten percent of the price goes to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade. The "Strength" cover is available for BlackBerry Curve 8520 or 8530 for $34.95.

Via Otterbox

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May 4, 2010

nPower PEG Works Kinetically


The nPower PEG can recharge about 90% of handheld electronics including cell phones, MP3 players, digital cameras and GPS devices. You simply toss it into your backpack, briefcase or pocket and when you move, kinetic energy is produced. Available for $149.99, the PEG is 9" long and only weighs 9 oz.

Via Green Power

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April 29, 2010

Onkyo Adds TV Tuner and Radio to Netbook


We suppose that Onkyo hasn't been selling their netbooks as much as they would like to and decided to include a TV tuner and radio in its DC213. Available soon through their Direct Store, it features an Atom N450 with 1.66GHz, 1GB of RAM and a 10.1" WSVGA display. The 265 x 165 x 25mm netbook weighs 1.2kg and offers up to 3.3 hours of battery life.

Via Akihabara News

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April 15, 2010

NU super Thin Blu-ray Writer


NU claims that they have the planet's slimmest, portable external writer at dimensions of 1.55 x 141 x 18mm and a weight of only 380g. The Blu-ray EBR240 attaches to USB and records and burns at speeds of up to BD-R 6X and BD-RE 2X. Not only is the writer faster with its dual-layered burning, storage and backup, it can automatically adjust speed to minimize errors.

Via Ubergizmo

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Scratchproof Your iPad With Carrying Case


Accessories are already out there for iPad owners like this Protective Carrying Case. The outside is made with high-density nylon and has a pocket to store accessories. Inside, the scratch-resistant FlexWall interior can support the iPad, dock, adapter and connector. The case has a 3 year warranty and the package includes a cleaning cloth and blower brush. The company has even included a shoulder strap so you can look nerdy European.

Via iPad Protective Carrying Case

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