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And now it’s our official Hello Kitty break! Maybe you already have these USB leg-warmers or an extra cute pink screen and keyboard dust cover but now it’s time for something completely different!

Casio Exilim 720 is now Hello Kitty Camera. Apart from the cuteness and some pink stickers with world’s most famous kitty-face brand, nothing changes. It is still 7.2 Megapixel camera with an 2.6 inch LCD screen, can record videos on a SDHC card. But it plays Hello Kitty start up images and sounds.

The Hello Kitty themed Casio Exilim 720 is available in Japan for 47,250 Yen ($ 400). Something perfect for “MySpace selfportraits”.


benq570×150_e605.jpgBenQ came out with the DC-E605 camera. Main feature of it is 3D-rotating lens, with this the camera is able to perform zoom in & out at a faster speed. The other features include a 2.4-inch TFT LCD monitor, 6 Megapixel, 3x optical zoom 35-105 mm, 32MB of built-in memory and an SD slot for expansion. The Shake-Free function lets everyone to take clear photos withour shaking.

This digital camera has high-speed F2.5 aperture and high-performance 24 to 72 mm wide zoom lens (35mm film equivalent). It features a 10.01 megapixel CCD, and “Smooth Imaging Engine II”. It is 25mm thick and it’s really slim for these technical specs. The 2.5 LCD offers a 170-degree viewing angle. The attachable electronic viewfinder is very useful on a sunny day and provides 100% image coverage. It supports SDHC cards and uses AAA batteries when you run out of charge.


samsung_l74.jpg Let’s have a look - 28 mm wide angle lens, seven megapixel CCD, 450 MB of internal memory, MPEG-4 SVGA video recording and a 3.0″ Touch Screen LCD. A lot for that small baby. It is equipped with a 3.6x optical zoom, Tour Guide function, Face Recognition AF & AE, which detects the subject’s face, automatically adjusts auto focus and auto exposure too. The touch screen LCD perfected with Samsung’s original Flash GUI (Graphic User Interface), allows the user to navigate through the functions quite easily. Its possible to capture the best possible images even in dimly lit conditions thanks to the ASR image stabilization system. It can capture moving images in MPEG-4 SVGA quality and once taken the camera allows for pictures to be edited rather than waiting till you sat at on the computer to do it.

The Samsung L74 Wide is priced at $ 350 and should be on sale this spring.

spy-tie-01.jpg As its name suggests, the Spy Tie is a tie that comes with a hidden spy camera. Mind you, its video quality is better than you probably expected: 768 x 492 for up to 65 minutes (1GB SD) or 280 minutes (4GB SD).

The tie set comes with a small cigarette box-sized recorder with a 2.4-inch LCD screen for viewing purposes. You can have it begin recording video by manually turning it on, or automatically at a scheduled time or via its motion sensor. It’s a pity that its battery life is merely 60 minutes, not enough for filling anything larger than a 1GB card in one charge.


HTC Athena X7500

There is a marketing terra incognito between Phone/PDAs and ultraportable notebooks into which exploratory forays seem to disappear forever: it is the form factor of no return, better known as “UMPC with a keyboard”. The HTC Athena X7500 hopes to conquer this undiscovered country and become its King.