NOKIA 3250 – Music on the Move

by Keith - on September 27, 2005

Over the weekend at an electronic music festival that took placed in Berlin, Germany, this exquisite Nokia 3250, Nokia’s latest music phone, captured the spotlight of Nokia Trends by several people who attended the festival. Given a unique design, the mobile phone added a twisting axis down the centre of the phone, to transform a traditional phone keypad into dedicated music keys. In addition, it can store up to 1 …

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Illuminated Sinks *Confused*

by Al - on September 26, 2005

Illuminated Sink

As gadgets go many are pretty pointless but still fun and useful in some kind of quirky way. I’m struggling to find a use (beside the obvious) of these sinks that light up, some may say they look cool whilst I’m not so sure I’d class an LED illuminated sink as cool.

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Cubees

by Anita - on September 26, 2005

cubees

Women like gadgets just as much as men and these cute, unique, and stackable friends will become their favorite. This new innovative idea will ensure you do not get bored while sitting at your desk. They are not just another what-not to place out of the way and look at from time to time. They will brighten up your desk and interact with one another.

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Not your average pogo stick

by Marc - on September 25, 2005

Flybar

Wow. Pogo sticks have come a way since I was a kid. The ones I remember were not much more than a spring in a tube. You could bounce around with them but you’d not clear more than a foot or so off the ground. The inventors of the flybar obviously decided that wasn’t good enough. They went back to the drawing board and came up with something that can …

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Watson 2.0 from Intellext to compete with Sidebars

by Keith - on September 24, 2005

Watson 2.0

Intellext has announced to launch Watson 2.0 on Friday. Recognised to work as a sidebar, Watson 2.0 is designed to artificially understand the content of the text that any Personal Computer (PC) user is reading or creating, and automatically offers relevant news articles, Word documents, and other Web- or PC-based information for the user. Unlike Google’s Desktop (Sidebar) service as databases were occasionally exchanging with Google servers, Watson 2.0 offers …

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JVC Everio G hard drive camcorder

by Marc - on September 24, 2005

JVC Everio G

I have to confess it’s been a long time since I looked at camcorders. I always preferred still to video footage for some reason. This cought my eye though – JVC now have a camcorder with a built in hard drive instead of a tape / optical storage system. There are two models, with 20gb and 30gb discs giving 7 and 10.5 hours recording at DVD quality and considerably more …

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Asus P5WD2 Premum motherboard

by Marc - on September 24, 2005

:-(

I’m not happy – not happy at all. The P5WD2 is Asus’s top end intel motherboard, based on the new 955X chipset. It’s been well reviewed all over the net but I’ve had nothing but problems with mine. Initially I had random problems getting past the BIOS POST – sometimes it would insist it had been overclocked (it hadn’t) and moan about settings. I think I sorted that out by …

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Chocolate Fountain

by Anita - on September 23, 2005

fountain

If you love chocolate as much as I do then you will be in Heaven when you see this chocolate fountain. Who wouldn’t enjoy a fountain flowing with chocolate? You can place in your kitchen and enjoy nice warm chocolate for dipping anything you desire. Bring your chocolate fountain into the living room and enjoy dipping all your favorite snacks while watching your favorite movie or shows on television. The …

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