Sunday, November 9, 2008

ASUS AIR3 iPod speaker system

While the iPod sound system boat has already sailed (numerous times), there's always a minor boom in copycats when the holiday season draws near. Thankfully, ASUS' latest contribution to the over-saturated market is one with a differentiating factor, as the AIR3 tunes into internet radio stations as well. According to the posted user's guide in the FCC, the unit can play nice with dock-connecting iPods, stream WiFi radio stations and play back music from any other DAP via the 3.5-millimeter auxiliary jack. You'll also find a 128 x 64 resolution FSTN graphics display, S-Video / composite video outputs, an Ethernet jack and a total of four drivers to kick out the jams. An obligatory remote is also bundled in, though there's obviously no indication of a price tag or release date in those absolutely riveting FCC documents.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Blue's Eyeball webcam And iPod mic

We're digging this classic recording studio look, which is a throwback to Blue's history with stylized Hi-Fi microphones. These guys started to build a bridge between their old stomping grounds and the new-to-them frontier of consumer electronics with the Snowball microphone and that Icicle USB XLR adapter we saw today, and now they've introduced the Eyeball ($99.99), a Super HD webcam that retracts its lens for privacy, and the Mikey iPod mic ($79.99) with a built-in speaker, three gain settings, and a positionable head. Mikey doesn't play nice with the iPod Touch, but it works with all the other models 4G and up, as well as the 2 and 3G Nanos. Features on both are mostly the standard set, but Blue's obviously putting an emphasis on audio quality, and we'll give extra points for style.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Lenovo IdeaPad S10

It's a new notebook Lenovo IdeaPad s10 first off i can't found anything about hdd but i think its normal HDD ;( but we have good price 399$, nice display 10" and good simply design maybe its a god alternative for Asus Eee PC, MSI, Dell.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Storm in November 14

Vodafone has officially announced a November delivery date for its BlackBerry Storm.Instaled software on the phone: Word, Excel, Power PointTechnical: EDGE 2100Mhz, HSPA(for Eu), 3.26-inch 480 x 360 glass display, Bluetooth 2.0, 1GB of on-board storage with an 8GB microSD card bundled in the box, 3.5mm headphone jack, automatic orientation and ambient lighting sensors, and a 3.2-megapixel autofocus cam with dedicated flash. It'll allegedly do 15 days of standby or 5.5 hours of talk time on either GSM or CDMA networks.I'm thinking about usability and speed working of this phone but we'll see that 14.