Bamboo Keyboard and Mouse

27 09 2009

If you are a fan of gadgets, then you might fall in love with the USB bamboo keyboard and mouse from Brando. Both devices are compatible with Windows and Linux platforms. The keyboard retails for $39, while the mouse is priced at $19. You can also purchase both of them for $52.


D-Link Xtreme Router

22 09 2009

D-Link has finally released its Xtreme N DIR-685 all-in-one router that was debuted at 2009 CES in January. The router features a built-in draft N Wi-Fi module allowing the device to communicate with network attached storage devices to display streaming videos and pictures, weather forecasts and other live streaming Internet contents. The D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 also supports an optional 1TB 2.5-inch SATA drive that can be inserted into the side of the DIR-685. There is also a built-in FTP server that gives users access to documents, photos, music and other local or networked content. Additional features include two USB ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, Energy Star specifications for savings of up to 30 percent, and a Wi-Fi Scheduler can turn off the Wi-Fi radio automatically at a specified time.

Toshiba Cell Regza Television

16 09 2009

Recently announced in Japan the TV features the same Cell Technology (Cell) as the PS3 (with probably some differences). Don’t expect to play PS3 games directly on a 55X1, but you’ll get amazing video and audio performance thanks to the Cell.

It’s a 55” LCD featuring a 240Hz panel and an amazing 5000000:1 contrast ratio (dynamic), LED backlight, a 1250cd/m2 brightness, 3TB of HDD, Dual TV Tuner (digital and analog), DLNA and so on…

Motorola Cliq

10 09 2009

Here is good news for those who are living in the US. The Motorola CLIQ is now vailable for pre-order via T-Mobile USA starting on October 19th, 2009 for $199.99 with a two-year service agreement. For your info, the handset comes jam packed with a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard with a 3.1-inch HVGA full touch-screen display and a 5MP digicam with autofocus, a 3.5mm headset jack, a music player and a pre-installed 2GB microSD memory card with support for up to 32GB of removable memory.

Toshiba Satellite with 9 hour Battery

5 09 2009

It’s about damn time! Going thin is in these day. So here’s one ultra-thin laptop computer series from the house of Toshiba. The Satellite T100 series includes two machines — the Satellite T135 and the Satellite T115. The series is Tosh’s thinnest, designed to meet the demands of everyday mobility with laptop-class performance and all-work day battery life – with price points starting at $449.99. Measuring less than one inch thick, the slim and sleek Satellite T100 Series laptop is powered by Intel’s latest energy efficient processor, and is based upon Windows 7 OS. Thanks to its energy efficient design the Satellite T100 boast of up to 9 hours of battery life.

I’ve been waiting for someone to invent a long lasting notebook battery!