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thanko.jpgFrom Thanko Japan comes the USB powered noise cancelling earphones. The main unit is is the size like the 1st generation iPod Shuffle, it connects to the MP3 player via 3.5 mm plug. The ear buds have a mic which guage the level of ambient noise levels once the noise cancelling feature is turned on and then send an equal but opposite canceling signals to the earphones. The Lithium Ion battery provides 15 hours of playback with noise cancellation, it charges fully in 2 hours.

Thanko noise cancelling earphones are available in Japan for 4280 Yen ($ 35)

energy.jpgSony Energy LINK USB portable power supply and adaptor comes with two AA rechargeable Cycle Energy batteries, which connects regular alkaline batteries and the NiMH rechargeable batteries. It fully charges in about 3 hours. The triple function of Sony USB portable power supply as a power adaptor, portable power supply and battery charger is the first of its kind to be combined into one device. The new power supply is compatible with most USB-compatible MP3 players, mobile phones and other USB-powered devices.

The Sony Energy LINK will be available early this summer for a price of about $35.

sony_headphones.jpgThese headphones are a dreamthing. Wireless and clear in sound output, these are known to isolate all the sound around so that you can enjoy a perfectly clear sound output, wirelessly. Support wireless protocols like A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, and HSP. With a support for operating frequencies between 20 and 20,000 Hz, the headphones also promise high fidelity sound and a playtime of 17 hours before the next charge. This one’s called the DR-BT50. And there is a lighter weight DR-BT21G. It weighs a mere 63 grams and comes in black and white colors.

The price is still unknown but what we see here is a probable favorite of the season

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Posted February 28th, 2007 in Mobile Phones

u900_g2.jpgThe U900 model is one of the upcoming Linux-phones line. This nice little baby has UMTS 3G support. The phone is supported with a 2″ QVGA (240×320 pixels), 262K color display screen and a 2MP CMOS camera (with flash). It supports most multimedia formats like MP3, AAC, JPEG, GIF, BMP, etc.

Plus video playback. There’s a whole 100MB of memory for users and a microSD expansion slot. Connectivity specs include Bluetooth and USB support. Other features - FM Radio, Front camera for video conferencing, WAP and HTML browsing and GPRS. The phone is powered by a Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery and provides with talk time of 2.5 hours.

It sounds really promising.

olympus.jpgOlympus Japan has introduced the VJ-10, a radio which looks more like a PMP. Olympus put inside 37GB hard drive into the VJ-10 and will be selling them as radio servers, as the 37GB hard drive can record upto 2500 hours of radio programming. The unit has a 3.9 inch (128 x 400) monochrome STN display, USB 2.0, amplifier and stereo speakers which sound much better thanks to SRS and WOW XT. The VJ-10 can be used as a standalone hard drive too. It has a plain AM / FM tuner. Recording is in WMA format (32 - 128 kbps), the unit can be preprogrammed for 20 recordings which are saved in different folders depending on the frequencies.

The Olympus VJ-10 is 205×120x89mm and weights 640g. It will be available in Japan from March 16 for 40,000 Yen ($ 335).

Posted February 28th, 2007 in Geek Toys and Peripherals

retrokeyboard.jpgJust look at this neat and old but glossy retro usb keyboard. It is not for sale (yet?) and is exclusive and one of a kind, but I personally know a bunch of retro-computer geeks who’d pay any amount of money just to have this device

cute01.jpgA5525SA by Sanyo is quite sweet candy phone. The clamshell is available in pink, yellow and blue colors.

It is preloaded with girlie programs like secret diary and a journal for keeping writing day to day events along with photographs. The phone features a 2.4 inch (240 x 320 pixel) internal display supporting 260k colors, 1 inch external color display, 30 MB internal memory, 1.3 Megapixel camera and a Micro SD card for memory expansion. And it is splashproof.

However the most interesting features is the Crime buzzer - all the girl has to do is pull a knob on the phone which activates a loud crime prevention buzzer! It is sure enough to scare the stalker or any pervert person. Simultaneously a Voice Call or Video Call will be automatically sent to the specified recipient of the child along with the child’s location information using the GPS. Nice job and good looking too.

elle-no3-4.jpgElle N??3 Glamphone from Alcatel is available in number of colors. This slick slider comes in orange, pink, purple, white and yellow-green. It has a 1.3 megapixel camera, color screen and MP3 player. Accompanied with necklace with a steel charm to keep your Bluetooth headset safe, the set makes a pretty picture. Nice try, especially after the Elle phone #1, which was a total failure, as to me.

oheocha.jpgThey are already here. These are O’hEocha speakers that resembles a three-legged alien for the first chapter of legendary UFO game. Created by former BMW designer, Aonghus O’hEocha, the O’hEocha Audiophile’s Speakers were designed and manufactured in western Ireland. Each speaker is isobaric, minutely hand crafted to provide sound quality of 200 watt ratings. They are claimed to provide the clearest three-dimensional soundstage performance. For your information,three legs of each speaker tape the speaker to a pinpoint to minimize any resonance transfer. Welcome to Earth, guys!

toshiba-e01-head.jpgToshiba’s new RG4-E01 Smartphone, featuring HSDPA, a 65k color screen, 2 megapixel camera, and Bluetooth with A2DP. And it really doesn’t look like standart Wondows Mobile Device.

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