Mermory Stick Lego

Before my Sinclair Spectrum, Lego was my all time favourite toy. Even my Lego train-set was cool, in fact there wasn’t a single thing that I couldn’t make (when I was 7). Why am I going on about a toy that must be at least 50 years old? Today I saw a picture of a … Read more

Kerala Trance Binary Watch

I’m a big fan of good watches and geeky watches and this new time piece from Firebox fits quite nicely into both categories, theKerala Trance Watch. The Kerala Trance is about as geeky as watches get. The time is displayed in binary format which initially will take a bit of calculating to work out the … Read more

Latest All-in-One P7200 Mobile by LG

Recently, I caught up with the latest release of mobile phone from LG. Impressive, yet irresistible in multimedia mobile phone technology, the all-in-one P7200 mobile is a must have for those who want the best out of their handset. The 180 degrees free-rotation swivelling sensation screen enables users to take pictures in any desired angle just as they would, just like one holding a digital camera.

Outdoing itself, LG has equipped the P7200 with a 2.0 megapixel camera that produces high resolution pictures and video clips with in-built flash. Designed with a voguish 17mm clamshell feature, it further improves the all-in-one handset with a dual sided display screens with a primary 262,000 color 2.0″ TFT LCD screen enabling users to enjoy high quality imaging.

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Deflexion – Playing with Lasers

This is a really original idea for a game IMO. It’s called Deflexion and is a board game unlike any other that I’ve seen.

Like all the best games the rules are very simple and quick to learn but will take an age to master. The aim of the game is to be the first player to shoot your opponents pharaoh with your grade II laser but as you can’t move or aim your laser you need to do a bit laser dancing and bouncing.

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NOKIA 6282 – High-speed UMTS performance for 3G

On December 1, 2005, Nokia unveiled one of the industry’s first mobile handsets designed to support 1900MHz UMTS networks expected to go online in the America during 2006. The new gadget features a 2.2 inch, 320×240 pixel QVGA display, a 1 megapixel camera, FM radio, digital music player with hot-swappable miniSD card support, Bluetooth technology and an eye-catching sliding design.

Once the markets start offering 1900MHz UMTS service, the Nokia 6282 phone (GSM 850/1900/1800/UMTS 1900 MHz) is expected to be available during the first quarter of 2006.

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CG Review: Logitech / Harmony 885 remote control

The most common reaction I get when I tell people I’ve invested in a programmable remote control is laughter. “Why?” they ask. Then again, most people don’t have a stack of electronic components 4 feet high to control.

Even so, the problem is more common than you might imagine. Think about this: You have a CD player, a DVD player, a TV, a cable box, a stereo and a recording device (DVD recorder, PVR, video, whatever). Sometimes you’ve got all of these things and more. You could even have remote controlled blinds and lights if you’re really into home cinema. That makes for a lot of remote controls!

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The Credit-Card Sized Digital Camera

Just the thought of a digital camera for a gift is a wonderful idea, but when you couple it with a very small size, the intrigue is even more appealing. With the Credit-Card Sized Digital Camera, being only around ½ inch thick and not much wider than a credit card you will be able to … Read more

NETGEAR and AIRGO Reveals World’s Fastest Wireless LAN

According to industry innovator Airgo Networks, Inc., they have announced that NETGEAR, Inc. will ship the world’s fastest consumer wireless networking solution, based on Airgo’s third generation True MIMO chipset technology, a move to meet the needs of hi-speed, long range, wireless networking, to support new multimedia applications, requiring huge bandwidth demand. The NETGEAR wireless product line, named RangeMax 240, consists of router products, USB products for desk top and work station PCs, and small adapter cards for laptops. All these products support True MIMO Gen3 with data rates up to 240Mbps, providing consumers with faster-than-wired speeds over a wireless network; almost five times the speed of some conventional wireless networking technologies on the market today.

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Gigabyte i-RAM Storage Drive

Do you find transferring files to and from your hard disk is a little time-consuming? Well, Gigabyte has launched a device called i-RAM, a hard disk storage alternative, which is based on fast DDR SDRAM chips rather than slow-but-stable flash memory chips. With data stored on memory chip, it is truly much faster than saving data onto rotating hard disk medium. Unfortunately, there are disadvantages to using i-RAM; that is, Gigabyte acknowledged that the product is not suitable for systems that are turned off permanently for long periods of time, and secondly, not useful for anyone who demands more than 4 GB of storage space capacity.

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Wireless Electronic 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 to the item with a key ring or a double-sided adhesive pad. It can locate any of the items within a 30 feet range. It even comes complete with a magnetic mounting bracket for the base unit.

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