Everybody heard about Dell’s-sexy-tablet-pc since 2005 (no, really) and the company promised it in 2007, which is almost over. Hey, Dell guys, we could start thinking, Lattitude was going to sell with Duke Nukem: Manhattan’s Project pack.

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Posted December 12th, 2007 in Geek Toys, Miscellaneous


Robophilo is a compact personal ,“ready to walk,”13-inch tall robot has over 20 individual servos for controlling joints, and can be programmed to do some pretty complex moves.


The $499 RoboPhilo is available just in time for the holidays from the RoboBrothers online shop. We think it’s a perfect holiday gift.


The company just released ten new colors for the player in addition to the existing five available. It might mean that they are selling it well, which is a real wonder to us.

No word on prices or capacities, so they’re still with 1GB and a $50. There’s another photo inside of this article.



Mark Levinson is famous in the up-market for it’s audio systems and Lexux with sound system installed. Now he unites with LG on this, “The Rhapsody in Music Phone.”  LG-LB3300, slider with LED-lit touch-wheel for some lights on, 1GB of built-in memory (expandable with 4GB), 2-inch LCD, 2 megapixel camera, a DMB television tuner for Korea, and Bluetooth A2DP stereo audio with the ability to stream to two listeners in parallel.

They say, it also can make calls.


Here is an utterly nice present, especially in cases, when a postcard is not enough. These usb flash drives have Christmas and Hanukkah editions, with couple of motifs ifor ezh holiday. The wallet-sized cards are available now in sizes ranging from 128MB to 4GB, and only for $26.95,


Macworld Expo is only a bit more than month away, and we are expecting surprises. We heard that CNBC is reporting about Apple plans at Macworld to introduce a 12-inch Mac laptop with flash memory in place of a hard drive.

There are suggestions that the ultraportable Mac is 50 percent thinner and lighter than a current MacBook Pro, the largest notebook in Apple’s lineup. The pricing is expected to be at $1,500, the same price as the 13.3-inch black MacBook.

Also, we can expect 3G version of the iPhone. Let us wait a bit.


LtWv Wrist Vmote Lightglove won the CES 2008 Award for its breakthrough technology. This human interface device can be worn just like a simple watch. It can turn on devices like a TV without a remote. The work gets done at the command of a light button on the lightglove.

There is not much information about this device, we will keep you informed.

We already seen noble-looking Nintendo DS with gold, But what about some crystal-embedded system? Crystal Icing make this precious gaming device with Mario for $350.


Not enough? How about shine-on-you-crazy-wii-zelda? More inside of this article. [more]

 Don’t like donuts? How about some fortune cookies then?


The latest in the “Freshly Baked” series of USB flash storage devices from Vavolo, the fortune cookies come in  1GB ($29.99) and 2GB ($49.99).


The RippleNote T7700 stays true to its name, with that great textured lid and an all black design. Wait for Intel Core 2 Duo T7700 processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, a 160GB hard drive, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, a 7-in-1 multicard reader, 1.3-megapixel camera, integrated microphone, a DVD burner, VGA out and a couple of USB ports to boot.

The pricing and availability are yet unknown. And it looks like this RippleNote T7700 was inspired by the cover of Pink Floyds «Dark Side Of the Moon.»

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