Senin, 30 Maret 2009

Here’s a company you might not of heard of: LiveSpeakR. They produce one product: an iPod/iPhone compatible portable speaker system. Two grilled speakers flank the dock on either side and tucked neatly at the center is a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery and flip out stand. At first glance, the LiveSpeakR doesn’t warrant a double take but after plugging in my Gen 1 iPhone I can honestly say I’m a convert.

Don’t be misled by the LiveSpeakR’s tiny size, this thing can produce some serious sound. But before we get there let me tell you a bit about its feature set.

Front and center of the LiveSpeakR is an unusual docking system that smoothly accepts my iPhone into its clutches and works surprisingly well given its odd aesthetic. Rotating the dock 90 degrees into landscape mode resulted in the speakers automatically extending beyond the iPhones length allowing the speakers to continue to emit sound unobstructed. A little odd but smart as this allows the LiveSpeakR to be used in both orientations: landscape for movies or portrait mode for music. Instead of utilizing the standard ‘made for iPod’ 30-pin dock, LiveSpeakR opted for a simple headphone jack, which not only works with the Gen 1 iPhone and iPod Touch, but makes it compatible with other MP3 players on the market. The rechargeable Lithium battery placed squarely behind the dock, that not only centers the device’s weight but doubles as a stand thanks to the included flip out, height adjustable mount.

To charge the device I used the included A/C USB adapter that features an LED light that goes from red to green when charging is complete. Because of this, you can charge the LiveSpeakr via your PC or the wall, which ever you prefer, but charging via a USB means no indicator light since that is built-in to the wall adapter. LiveSpeakR specs the battery at a 16 hours and during my testing I achieved nothing shy of this. A small and some what recessed switch powers the device on and off, and a small green LED light indicates when it’s powered up. It’s pretty easy to leave the LiveSpeakR on when not in use due to the small size of the LED power light, but a some what moot point considering it can be charged up in just over 2 hours time.

Jumat, 27 Maret 2009

Cell phone with built-in razor

A new cutting-edge mobile phone made in China and named Cool758 surpassed all imagination with a possibility to have a shave. Would you like to stay clean-shaven? A new handset is what you need as it has a real razor.

If you had the idea that all the capabilities the mobile phone has to offer are over, you are mistaken. Just look at the Cool758 that can make you possibly more organized in your real life by giving you a chance to have a shave when no time is left. The electric razor is safely positioned on the lower side of the cell phone.

The new Cool758 phone has more functional capabilities to make it comfortable for usage. It is said to be a dual SIM phone with dual-band GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 MHz), 2.6-inch TFT QVGA touch-screen display, VGA photo snapper which can also record video, Bluetooth connectivity, MMS, GPRS connectivity, multimedia player and FM radio makes the handset a useful device for users.

But it’s not all as for functionality. You can add up to 8GB of additional storage if you think to have not enough storage space. The new Cool758 measures 120 x 52 x 19 mm. The new handset has a 2800mAh battery which corresponds to 3 hours of talk time or up to 260 hours of standby time. The new mobile phone is already available for sale in China but it does not seem to be designed for external market. The price of the new device amounts to 2. But one thing should be clear for phone talkers.
The more clean-shaven you are, the more your cell phone battery lasts.

The first color eBook

The Fujitsu FLEPia is a new eBook Device with a color display screen that displays as vivid color as a black-and-white display without a backlight. It’s the first color eBook in the world. It’s all about Fujitsu Company which released its brainchild on April 20, 2009.

Fujitsu Frontech Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories Limited announced the world’s first color e-paper mobile terminal. FLEPia is now available for purchase in Japan. So it can be ordered from Fujitsu Frontech’s online store. Fujitsu’s new device uses color LCD technology that makes it possible to use it for 40 consecutive hours on a single battery charge. If there’s no power there’s no necessity to worry about your battery running down.

There’s an eight-inch display that is big enough to make your reading more comfortable by enlarging or shrinking text or images but with only Japanese language supported. The file types supported are as follows: Microsoft Office files, WinCE applications.

This LCD-based electronic reader is the first in the industry. It’s different from usual LCDs since the Reflex LCD display doesn't use a power-hungry backlight. The device has the capacity to show up to 260,000 colors in high-definition at 768 dots x 1,014 dots (XGA). FLEPia is also equipped with Bluetooth, making it possible to download different content.

There’s a dial-up connection designed by Fujitsu Frontech Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories Limited which also allow downloading text and images except for video and audio files. Fujitsu Frontech and Fujitsu Laboratories developed the first mobile information terminal to feature color e-paper. To generate text documents, spreadsheets, or presentations it is possible to use Microsoft Office, so you can view various documents, even e-mail file attachments. The end user can also send e-mails and other text.

Selasa, 24 Maret 2009

read news paper with Fujitsu FLEPi

Trend reader or digital electric paper has now developed. After the Sony Digital Reader with it, and successfully marketing the Amazon Kindle 2.0 own, now turn to introduce Fujitsu Fujitsu FLEPia. Fujitsu is known for a lot of this product with the UMPC is a powerful, now middle FLEPia develop their answers as a digital reader on the trend in society.

Fujitsu is currently the mengujicobakan FLEPia as a mobile information terminal in Tokyo, precisely in Termina Kinshicho Fujiya Restaurant. Fujitsu FLEPia testing involved at least two parties are also concerned, SoftBank Telecom, and the Mainichi Newspaper. In the trial level is the receipt of 'electronic paper module' that they broadcast to a terminal-to-content to receive content such as newspapers, magazines, weather forecast, to a train schedule even.

System testing in Fujitsu's practice FLEPia "BB Mobile Point" a wireless LAN service to provide and regularly update the content via FLEPia. That's another interesting property of Fujitsu FLEPia this is the level of energy that is low. FLEPia only need energy at the time the information is on display. So, if placed on the tables just as a restaurant in Japan, FLEPia do not need a stop in the contact table. Even FLEPia resistance have enough battery to survive during working hours

Speaker Outdoor Bluetooth

Whether you are gathered on the beach or enjoying life in the middle of the city, the sound quality and superior design of the MS500 will be interesting mesmerize all your friends. Available in trendy colors orange and black, or white and pink chic, MS500 speaker is powerful accessories for those lovers of the song and love dancing skirt, tiny enough to be on hand.

Is a light that can be taken wherever and whenever. Speaker MS500 is designed for outdoor conditions with food and water from cipratan strap style that is suitable to be associated in your bag, or swing in the wrist. This makes the speaker as an ideal outdoor accessory for everyday use and guarantee your music will still be heard loud and with pride.

Bluetooth ™ technology allows your mobile phone as a handy remote control to change tracks and increase the volume, you can simply sit and relax with the music without having to move. Is the only speaker to any mobile phone within 10 meters in seconds and listen to your favorite songs strain with clear treble and bass that forceful.

You do not have to deal with coil cable, charger, or because the speaker uses two types of AA batteries which allows you to listen to music for up to 5 hours! Outdoor Wireless Speaker MS500 can be used with all types of mobile phone bluetooth ™ both Sony Ericsson and other brands.

The Wireless Outdoor Speaker MS500, Leonardo Salzedo commented: "If I have to describe the MS500 in three words, I will gambarkan with: fun, concise and free. Free word itself has a variety of meanings, referring to the weight of the speakers is a lightweight, small, anti cipratan water, which allows you to take it wherever and whenever. Wireless provides the ease and move the rope can digantungkan's hands or clothing linked to, until you can add to your life style accessories with the music.

Senin, 23 Maret 2009


BlackBerry handsets, including the most attractive in the market. Even now, the gadget children were ready ala BlackBerry launched. For the father and mother who want to teach mobile phone technology since early in children, can look uređaja besutan this company Leapfrog. Named Text & Learn, large-sized gadget is also dijuluki as' BlackBerry baby 'or' BabyBerry '.

Indeed quite similar shapes BlackBerry, with a qwerty keyboard and the screen is big enough. But of course it has the capability of the BlackBerry is far from real. For, this simple gadget that is only intended as an introduction to media technology for children pre-school.

With it, the kid can imitate their parents send the SMS to create a schedule day-to-day events. There is also a game that ditautkan in training that focuses on spelling and basic computer skills for children.

The device will thrown in the UK market with a very affordable price, which is about 20 Pounds Sterling. BabyBerry not explained whether it will also be marketed to other countries. (seconds)

Minggu, 22 Maret 2009

PlusTek v100

Despite how lazy this thing might make you look, it actually has some plausibly useful effects. Utilizing a highly accurate OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature and an auto document orientation process to scan text and then convert it into speech using lifelike voices. You can even convert the text to MP3 for on the go styles. Could be cool for school and such as teachers could give out homework or assigned reading on thumb drives, etc. No info on this but I suspect the v100 must have a aux out of a headphone jack for immediate listening. What would be annoying is scanning each page individually as it looks like it doesn’t have collating tray or feeder. Designed with the sight impaired in mind additional features include:

  • Magnifying functions
  • Font controls
  • Volume controls
  • Speech controls
  • Bookmark functions
  • PDF reading

Sabtu, 21 Maret 2009

Xtensor Gamer Hand Exerciser:

The kind of this product only makes sense. With hours on end being shamelessly devoted to gaming, it’s only going to take its toll on your non field sowing hands. In addition, expressing a video game injury is that last thing you’d ever want to divulge so you’ll want to clear one up as soon as possible. With the help of the Xtensor Game Hand Exerciser you can craft you hands into the dominating beasts of fury that rule the virtual game land. Will it help train you for other urethra winking things? I still want to know if anyone ever played themselves in a fighting game using a power glove on each hand. This geek behind the geek creaming himself accessory is available for $40 from ThinkGeek. Here’s a bit from the company:

The Xtensor is the only product on the market to perform with true biomechanical correctness, able to stimulate muscles and tendons in the hands, wrists and elbows that have been virtually off limits to all other devices. Repetitive gripping and squeezing of your game-controller or mouse forces extended isometric contractions of the flexor muscles of the hands and fingers producing an unnatural imbalance over time as the hands operate in a mostly closed position. For this reason, patients with hand, wrist and elbow disorders experience unnecessarily long healing times and high reoccurrence rates.

Jumat, 20 Maret 2009

Militer Inggris folow Technology James Bond style

British military and police antiteror UK will shortly adopt the style of James Bond spy in their enemies. Each troop members will hold a camera hidden in a gadget such as the cricket ball with a diameter size as much 22,4-22,9 cm and weight 155,9-163 grams. Camera is used when the military conflict Gaza Israel.

How to work the ball-shaped gadget that ubahnya not like the ball is capable of snoop around the area. The ball is thrown to the location of the enemy and will send the picture in the surrounding areas through wireless technology.

Gadget of the name of Eye Ball R1 dibanderol as much 800 Pounds Sterling. Eye Ball R1 is also able to record sound and images with a 25 yard range as much

Gadget, planned in the near future will be used for the purposes of operating detective who often made the military and the troops antiteror UK. (okezone)

Sabtu, 14 Maret 2009

Toshiba Announces Camileo S10 1080p Camcorder, Watch Out Mino

It wasn’t too long ago that news surface about Toshiba’s Camileo line of camcorders, the H20 and H30. Splitting the difference is the just announced S10. Pegged as a competitor to the MinoHD and other small and cheap camcorders, the S10 does a one up on them and captures 1080p video, something no other camcorder in its class currently boasts. Built-in to the camera is 128MB of memory which won’t get you very far, if any where, while shooting HD, but fortunately there’s an SD card slot for endless expandability. A 2.5-inch screen, 5MP sensor and 4x digital zoom round out the remaining features.


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