The Geeky Belt Buckle

by Al

I was browsing around Think Geek and came across this cool LED powered belt buckle. It consists of 147 LED lights that you can program to display scrolling messages. Whether you’d want to be seen in public wearing one is a different matter.

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Nintendo Reveals next generation’s Revolution Controller

by Keith

Nintendo Revolution Controller

During the recent Game Show at Tokyo, Japan, Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata revealed the next generation of Nintendo Revolution Controller. Untypical of the traditional physical appearance of past Nintendo controllers, the new design is set to see how gamers may react to the new innovation. To avoid competition with Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo has come up with their own sleek design of Gaming Controller, designed specially by Nintendo’s visionary designer …

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NEC Water-based Cooled Desktop Released

by Keith

NEC Water-Cooled Desktop

Water-based cooling systems have been known to be part of today’s electronic equipment, such as cars and automobiles. However, Japanese PC makers, NEC, feels that consumer PCs should also benefit from same technology, especially with extreme high heat dissipation from fast processing chips. Over-clockers will find this very useful.

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Sony 2 GB Memory Stick Costs Less

by Keith

MSX-M2GS 2 GB Memory Stick PRO Duo

The MSX-M2GS Memory Stick PRO Duo from media from Sony introduces 2 GB of storage for today’s memory-hungry devices, such as compact digital camera, portable audio devices, Sony PSP Handheld equipment, and even as flash memory storage for files. One of this may cost less than $200.

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Samsung unveils world’s first 16-Gigabit memory chip

by Keith

16Gigabit Memory Chip Revealed

Samsung Electronics Co.,the world’s largest Personal Computer (PC) chip maker declared that they have developed the world’s first state-of-the-art 16-Gigabit flash (NAND) memory chip using the most advanced cutting-edge nano-technological equipment. The instrumental part that make up the chip is by instilling 50-nanometer manufacturing technology into the silicon chip.

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Playstation Portable

by Anita

PSP

Sony is the name we all know for bringing us their awesome game systems that entertain us while we are sitting at home or at a friend’s house. Well, Sony has now given us the ability to carry these games along with us and play games without the need of a television. With the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) you will not only be able to play games but you will also be …

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Apple iPod Nano

by Al

IPOD nano

Apple have done it again and released yet another iPod and it’s tiny. Measuring just 0.27 inches thick and weighing in at (the blue corner) a measly 1.5 ounces. It does look pretty cool and with prices starting at $99 I’m sure it will be on a few shopping lists. Comes in black or silver (obvious from the pics I know) and more importantly 2GB or 4GB versions both having …

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Wireless Electronic Locater

by Anita

locater

This is one great gadget for anyone that is constantly losing things such as their glasses, keys, remote control, cell phone, etc. All you have to do is press a button on the portable base and the disc that belongs to that object will beep very loudly. With this wireless electronic locater comes with four beeper discs that you attach to items that you are always misplacing. These discs attach …

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