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.»
Here is a mobile DJ mp3 for all music lovers. You work it by connecting the little transmitter to the computer’s USB and the display then shows the song names. There’s a crossfader, two volume and pitch sliders and 25 controls for scratching and adding sound effects like clapping.
Fun, mobile and really useful device.
These are nice presents for upcoming Christmas
This wine bottle USB drive packs Open Cellar wine cellar management software, a screensaver / wallpaper and wine-influenced ringtones onto 1GB of internal storage, all for around €35 ($50)
And a MIXA USB tape, something to remember. You can take black or white 1GB tape, add on any design they choose and have £19.99 ($41) to have it shipped anywhere in the world.
This new Ibiza player has a full subscription to the Rhapsody-To-Go service, you’ll be able to download over 4 million tracks wirelessly to your player whenever you’ve got a Wi-Fi connection. The player also has built-in bluetooth for wireless headphone connectivity. The player offers a bright 320×240 Samsung color display, and can also play back video content from the Rhapsody store. Like the Zune, it’s also got an FM radio with RDS service. It’s even got a web browser built in, but I can’t imagine how challenging that would be to navigate sans keyboard. [more]