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blu_sens_g14.jpg WiFi, the latest and greatest feature addition that seems to ensure heavy press if you integrate it, right or wrong doesn’t matter. Here we have the Blu:sens G14 that has integrated the WiFi in a way that makes you wonder what Microsoft was thinking. Blu:sens will allow users so share songs with others wirelessly, and the recipients will be able to keep the data for good. DRM is out the window in this situation.

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iviewpvp.jpg The transition from people using portable DVD players to playing video from portable devices is in full force right now. While those portable DVD players were great while they lasted, they suffered from the same problem portable CD and tape players suffered from: the CD or tape. The Sakar iView is solving the problem of video through the solution of the iPod. You just plug your iPod into the dock, and it both plays your videos on it 7″ screen and charges your iPod. Suppose that you don’t want to limit it to your iPod, you can always use its audio and video inputs to play other content. So you probably already have an iPod, just pay $150 for the iView, buy a few videos from iTunes, and you are set you go for that cross-country road trip.

sonymdr_nc60.jpg If you need new headphones, noise canceling technology is sure to wow your friends if they ever take a look. While the prices for noise canceling are constantly falling, take a look at these nice new Sony headphones. The MDR-NC60 has been released in Japan for about $200. These noise cancelers make sure that those pesky people surrounding you will not be a problem anymore.

So what else does $200 get you? One thing is better quality padding around your ears, which provides for a better and more comfortable seal to help keep your music in and other sounds out. Another cool little addon is the airplane adapter so that you can plug your MDR-NC60 into those odd jacks. AAA batteries fuel the headphones for about 30 hours, a good deal longer than the longest plane ride. And if the people around you are all asleep (one can only dream), just turn off the noise canceling to save power.

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Posted January 27th, 2007 in Peripherals

marantz_1_jpg.jpgMarantz announced yesterday 2 new universal DVD players (supporting audio and video DVDs, CDs, SACDs, DivX and WMA) with an HDMI 1.1 output and DVD upscale to 1080p. They??

Posted January 27th, 2007 in Media Players

lgfm37_1_jpg.jpgWe have some quality photos of this very nice MP3 player with a touch screen presented this week. Below cut ??

Posted January 27th, 2007 in Mobile Phones

nokia-n99-concept.jpgThe Nokia N99 concept phone eats my mind with its too-good-to-be-real features. After all, an 8 megapixel camera in a cellphone sounds delicious. But there is lots more ??

Posted January 27th, 2007 in Mobile Phones

sharp_812sh.jpgSharp releases colored variants of the 812SH not like Motorola but instead it is offering customers 20 colors. It is quite a lot I should say.

The W-CDMA clamshell has a 2.4 inch display (240 x 320 pixels) supporting 260,000 colors and an external 0.8 inch OLED display. It has a 2 Megapixel camera with video recording and a Micro SD card slot (upto 1 GB). The phone supports Felica for making wireless payments and securing the mobile phone is an advanced face recognition which wont unlock the phone unless it sees you.

motorola.jpgI think I’ve found a fair pair for my Puma Ferrari shoes and Ferrari Asus laptop ??

Posted January 26th, 2007 in Digital Cameras

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When it comes to photo, what you say? Well, anyways, Olympus updated their line with 3 fresh models and let’s sneak a pick:

The Olympus FE-250 is the first model in the FE range to feature BrightCapture Technology. It comes with a 8 megapixel sensor and a 3x zoom. All this fashioned in a metal casing gives this camera an alluring look. It offers ISO 6400 and 10,000 in 3MP mode and High ISO setting mode (up to ISO 3200 with full 8.0 Megapixels). It brings high resolution to the photography thanks to the 8.0 Megapixel CCD. The slim body measures only 16.7mm. It has a large 6.4cm LCD with 230,000 pixels for better viewing. It produces crystal-clear pictures and in case you print large pictures you get sharp high-resolution photos. Its ???one button, one function??? design principle makes it easy to operate this camera. It has a choice of 15 scene modes. The Programs include Movie recording with sound as well as Image Stabilization. The camera features a memory card slot that accept tiny xD-Picture Cards (up to 2GB) and the Olympus Master software.

In the Super Macro Mode you can shoot a close up from 10 cm away. The FE-250 also features TruePic TURBO, a LI-42B lithium ion battery and 25 languages. Available from February, this one too should cost about ??200 ($395)

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