The Aerotel GeoSKeeper GPS/Dick Tracy cellphone wrist device is the outcome of actually now living IN the future… but only if the future is in Finland, and you keep losing people. Then this is your thing. Would be neat with a more global rollout.
This mobile hotspot with 3G/4G service from Sprint lets you take your internet connection with you, and share it across multiple devices. While it might not be able to fully replace all the glory of a dedicated high-speed home connection, it might win based on its ability to provide a roving connection for a group of people (if you aren’t already tethering via a similar Blackberry or other device).
Check out the Klipsch Lightspeakers for a quick, neat way to get overhead speakers in rooms without wiring all over the place. They screw into lightbulb receptacles for overhead 5″ or 6″ light fixtures, and even include an integrated eco-friendly LED bulb so that you don’t lose light entirely. Included- a small transmitter that is hooked up to your audio source, a remote, and some other doodads.
Someone got it right. When this toaster hits the market (Europe only for now), it will undoubtedly be the best (and probably the most expensive). By being completely transparent, you’ll be able to get just the right color for your toast. Video after the jump
Nanobrick creates custom, handcrafted OLED digital frames that can display photos and video under the Miyoul product line. Checking out some of the versions, just calling them “digital frames” is a strong understatement. In case you don’t know, OLED is currently the thinnest display technology commercially available that is capable of displaying content you’re used to seeing on screen in high resolution. TV models that use OLED technology are hard to find, as they are substantially pricier than their plasma, LCD, and LED counterparts.
At $24.95, The Inklet application for MacBooks is less than half of the price of the absolute cheapest, smallest Wacom tablet and one-tenth the price of the Wacom tablets you might get as a pro or if it’s paid for by your office. It might not even be as sensitive, but the basic functionality is there. Plus, nothing extra to carry.
“DustTag is an iPhone application designed for graffiti writers that visualizes the motion involved in the creation of a tag. Motion data is recorded, analyzed and archived in a free and open database, 000000book.com,”
For more info on the app and all its bells and whistles go here
So it’s here for real, after all. Google aping the iPhone a bit hard in this case, but these days all smart phones are moving towards the same form factor in both hardware and software. The built in apps look solid and it obviously plays very nicely in their ecosystem. So now, Google is right there with you, in your pocket, with GPS, Search, Voice, Email, smarter and smarter AI. The future is unwritten, lets see how long it takes Skynet to become self-aware.
Aside from the Yamaha YHT-S400BL’s surround-sound-simulating speaker bar, the interesting feature is the combination of the subwoofer port into the amplifier body. Because in smaller homes, where are you supposed to plop down that big black box?
Three HDMI inputs are included, and handles HD audio signals from Blu-ray Discs.
The Altec Lansing inMotion iMT620 iPhone Boombox is a pretty sleek, space-age retro looking piece of audio equipment. It has the usual features you’d expect nowadays: iPod/iPhone dock, decent sound loud enough for an apartment party, and a remote.
Why it matters: It has a five hour battery, a telescoping antenna for built in AM/FM radio, and a full size handle. One step better: it comes with travel adapters for US, UK, Europe, China, and Australia.
Tired of camera round ups and the like? Just skip them all and try this tough guy, then take it with you on the slopes without worrying one bit. At first glance I thought it was just kinda ugly and hyping up the ‘rugged’ thing. Giving it a harder look, I think I like it – obviously a tie-in to the Casio’s G-Shock watch “endurance-minded features” without exactly aping the name.
-Shock resistant elements inside and outside. Stainless steel outer casing, resin protective ring on the lens.
-Water resistant to 10 feet for 60 continuous minutes, even under direct spray.
-Weather resistant down to 14°F
-12.1 Megapixels, with interval shooting of photos or movies (fun)
-Available in black or red, $299 MSRP but cheaper in real life
The Lumen Tactile Display prototype has a lot going for itself. As for the “world of tomorrow” themed video, it needs some help. Now you need to hire a really good designer/UX/UI person to put a face on it. Created by Ivan Poupyrev
Earbud headphones with audiophile quality in a Siam rosewood body, a wide variety of ear tip choices – all for a relatively modest price. There’s also a wireless attachment that lets you throw your phone or music player in your bag or pocket, and go semi-cordless. Some specs:
Custom Tuned Dynamic Driver
VQ System variable equalization system allows for independent tuning of high and low frequencies using different treble porting options
Removable cable swivels for limitless wearing positions Easy replacement if cable is damaged
Wireless Compatible the cable is easily removed and the W1 Wireless can be installed to free you from cables
Real Wood Body and ESC Environmentmental Sound Control for blocking ambient noise
www.gazelle.com buys your old crap*, phones, iPods etc.. And just like Cash4Gold, they will send you an envelope to ship it to them in. If you are in the holiday spirit or feeling charitable, you can donate your earnings to some needy organization too.
Keep your eyes open for the Boxee internet video streaming device. I currently have this on my computer and have it hacked on my Apple TV. Works like a charm, pulling in almost every online streaming video service. This will be my cable killer for sure.
“designed by Astro Studios, the team who crafted designs for the Xbox 360, watches from Nike, Alienware PCs. Itâ€™s being built by D-Link, the leading networking company for homes & small businesses”
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